Anna Vakili showed off her infamous curves in a sexy Instagram post after recently admitting to gaining weight during lockdown.
But despite claiming to fans she gained 1.2 stone, the Love Island star certainly looked every inch her stunning self as she modelled some swimwear outfits on social media.
Bikini-clad Anna, 30, looked sensational in a revealing black swimsuit as it highlighted her busty curves with its wrap around design.
The eye-popping display even managed to confuse some fans as they thought it was lingerie she was modelling but she clarified these were all swimwear looks.
Her bikini top was a halter neck style and the bottoms hugged her waist with cross-body straps.
As she shared the paid-for snap with her 1.2 million followers, Anna praised the swimwear as she said it fits just like lingerie does.
In the promotional post, she penned: “Swimwear fits just like lingerie and I’m beach club ready in this two piece.”
Anna has recently admitted she refuses to step on the scales after battling with yo-yo weight gain.
The brunette bombshell said she weighed 13 stone in January; it was the heaviest she’s ever been.
Anna has also been struggling with her weight during lockdown as she confided in fans she had managed to lose 1.2 stone, only to put it straight back on.
During an Instagram Q&A session with her followers, Anna said she “doesn’t stay skinny” and is “scared to go back on the scale”.
The reality TV star’s candid confession came after a fan asked her: “How do you stay so skinny because I’ve done workouts every day and I seem to be getting fatter.”
Anna responded to the fan with the words: “I don’t stay skinny, I was a whole 81kg in January. That was probably my heaviest.”
She added: “In quarantine, I lost weight and became 73kg, but now I’ve probably put it back on. I’m too scared to go on the scale!
“Lost a lot of weight when lockdown started and now the past few weeks put it back on (well I can see I have) but I refuse to go on the weighing scale. It’s a struggle.”
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