Love Island’s Montana Brown showcases her incredible physique in a strapless blue swimsuit during Barbados break
She addressed the backlash for being in Barbados while the nation was in lockdown 3.0 earlier this week.
And Montana Brown continued to share a slew of sizzling snaps from her break on Instagram on Wednesday.
The Love Island star, 25, showcased her incredible figure in a strapless blue swimsuit from her own swimwear brand.
Beach babe: Montana Brown showcased her incredible physique in a strapless blue swimsuit during her Barbados break on Wednesday
The one-piece highlighted Montana’s slender waist waist thanks to it’s waist belt design.
The high-rise cut accentuated the television personality’s peachy derriere as she posed side on for the camera.
Montana appeared in holiday mode as she donned a straw hat and accentuated her sun-kissed tan with a minimal make-up look.
Cheeky display: The high-rise cut accentuated the television personality’s peachy derriere as she posed side on for the camera
Criticism: Her latest post comes after she hit back at backlash for travelling abroad to Barbados in the midst of the global pandemic
Montana recently responded to backlash for jetting off to Barbados over the Christmas period to spend time with her family.
She said she ‘needed’ to be around her loved ones as she explained her decision to stay in the tropical country for the foreseeable future.
The reality star wrote: ‘Hey everyone, I’ve had a few messages regarding me being away.
‘I know it’s a really difficult time for everyone in the UK and I completely understand everyone’s frustrations.
Controversy: On Monday, the bombshell said she ‘needed’ to be around her loved ones as she explained her decision to stay in the tropical country for the foreseeable future
‘Just to clarify, I’m not in Dubai, I travelled to Barbados with my family before the UK lockdown (before Christmas) and made the decision to stay due to the new restrictions in the UK.
‘I posted a Story when I first got out of quarantine to assess whether you guys felt comfortable with me posting (which I’ll put on the next slide).
‘If that’s changed I do understand and I’ll put a question box on this Story too as I want to hear from you and what your opinions are.’
Montana revealed she already had plans to travel and shoot content for her swimwear brand, Swim Society, this year. She also assured her Instagram followers that she valued their opinion.
She added: ‘As a business, we did have a content trip planned for January for Swim Society and I knew I wouldn’t be able to do that due to the restrictions, so that influenced my decision to stay [in Barbados].
‘I want to post uplifting content as I know it’s a really awful and uncertain time however, I also don’t want to be insensitive to what people are going through.
‘It’s a hard thing to manage and I really don’t want to upset anyone or for people to think I don’t care what’s going on’. (sic)
Explanation: In the next Instagram slide, Montana uploaded a previous Instagram story from December when she initially revealed she had left the UK