Love Islands Molly Smith shows off boob job results in minuscule string bikini

Love Island star Molly Smith showed off her curves in her latest Instagram photo.

The fashion model, 27, looked incredible as she showed off her recent boob job.

She posed in a white bikini with sparky detailing on the straps while looking toned and tanned.

"If I keep posting holiday pics then I can pretend I’m still there," she wrote.

Molly has just returned from a sun drenched holiday in Cancun, Mexico with boyfriend Callum Jones.

The star, who rose to fame on the winter version of Love Island in 2020, has posed up a storm in a series of photos while on holiday.

She has been upfront about her breast enlargement after being quizzed by fans over her natural-looking augmentation.

Molly, who had previously been the subject of cruel trolling over the size of her breasts, went under the knife last month at Transform Hospital Group.

Just last year she insisted surgery wasn’t for her, telling her 874,000 followers: “No I've never had any surgery or cosmetic surgery or anything.

“Nothing against those who, I just personally don't want it.”

Molly was a successful model before entering the villa and has continued to work with big brands since.

She and Callum, who are both from Manchester, have been inseparable since meeting on the reality show and moved in to a new home together last year.

Molly entered the show as a Casa Amor bombshell and turned Callum's head away from his former flame Shaughna Phillips.

Callum was an original Islander and had been coupled up with Shaughna from the beginning, before switching his affections to Molly.

At the start of this year, former scaffolder Callum told OK!: “We’re both pretty much used to living together.”

He added: “I was with Molly’s family in the first lockdown and I got on with [her family] really well. We’ve got a family group chat and I’ve been introduced into that now.”

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