She has left for a holiday in the sun in Dubai.
AndAmber Gill, 24, left little to the imagination as she put on a peachy display as she posed on the sand at the Nikki Beach Resort & Spa in photos shared on Instagram on Friday.
The Love Island star made the most of her curvaceous derriere as she looked over her shoulder wearing a skimpy green bikini from Neena Swim.
Working on her curves: Former Love Island star Amber Gill, 24, left little to the imagination as she posed on the sand at the Nikki Beach Resort & Spa on Friday
The reality show contestant wore black slides and flashed a winning smile as she posed during the golden hour with the setting sun in the background.
In another image, Amber stood with her hand on her hip and showed off her roomy cleavage in the asymmetrical bikini top.
Amber relaxed in the shade on a large tanning bed, with the star accompanying her post: ‘Friday photo dump.’
Strike a pose: The television personality took full advantage of her curvaceous figure standing with her hand on her hip wearing a skimpy blue bikini from Neena Swim on Instagram
Her post comes after she weighed in on Molly-Mae Hague’s much-discussed comments about wealth equality — and labeled her views “harmful.”
Speaking on her YouTube channel and being grilled by fans in a Q&A, she revealed that the predominant question was about a now viral video of Molly-Mae speaking on a podcast, proclaiming, “We all have the same 24 hours in a day. ‘
After provoking a response to the ‘tone-deaf’ attitude, Amber vowed not to add anything to the ‘stack-on’ criticism of the star, but admitted that her mixed parentage meant she couldn’t share the opinion and also complained about those living in poverty.
Time to relax: Amber relaxed in the shade on a large tanning bed, with the star accompanying her post: ‘Friday photo dump’
Amber and Molly-Mae starred together on the fifth season of Love Island in 2019, where the former won the show and the latter found love with boxer Tommy Fury.
Molly-Mae, 22, is considered one of the successful contestants on the show and caused shockwaves last week.
An interview, first shared on YouTube on December 13, went viral when shared on Twitter, sparking outrage from fans after Molly-Mae insisted she’d done her best for her success — before later apologizing.
Trouble: It comes after Amber weighed in on Molly-Mae Hague’s much-discussed remarks about wealth equality — and labeled her opinion ‘harmful’ this week
In a video shared Tuesday called Answering Your Deepest Questions, Amber apologized to fans for her absence from YouTube and vowed to make 2022 the year of YouTube, asking fans to subscribe to her channel for “really good content.” .
She explained that the main question that came up referred to Molly-Mae’s comments about success and her statement, “We all have the same 24 hours in the day.”
Speaking to the camera, Amber said, “I’m just going to get into this because it’s the most important thing everyone is asking about and it’s the trending topic and the question of do we all have the same 24 hours in the day?
Eek: Amber and Molly-Mae starred together on the fifth season of Love Island in 2019, where the former won the show and the latter found love with boxer Tommy Fury
The short answer is no, but I’ll say I don’t believe in hate speech, trolling or pounce on anyone in the public eye, so that’s why I normally like to chat and weigh stories, but I I’m very aware that when people pile up on top of someone I don’t want to add to that fire.’
Returning to the question, she continued, ‘But do I think we all have the same 24 hours? I just don’t. Since I come from a mixed race and can see different perspectives, I don’t have that opinion…
“Social inequality is a huge thing, be it race, gender, sexual orientation or whatever. Saying we all have a level playing field is very damaging…
Response: An interview went viral when shared on Twitter, sparking outrage from fans after Molly-Mae insisted she worked her ‘a**e off’ for her success – before later apologizing
“I’m very lucky – I fell on Love Island because I’m considered ‘attractive’. that’s luck. Just look at my other family members! I’m just kidding, my other family members are cute too, we’re a cute family…
‘Of course you have to be found attractive on Love Island, you have to have people like you. not everyone is lucky enough to show my personality. I was lucky to win, I was lucky to have people following me…
“I’m not saying it’s not hard work to get where you are, even in this industry, because it is and it takes determination, but it’s very damaging to say we all have the same 24 hours because we don’t …’
Following the response, Molly-Mae posted a statement Monday afternoon apologizing and insisting she just wanted to “inspire” her fans with her success story.
‘No malice’: The reality star released a statement Monday afternoon insisting that she only wanted to ‘inspire’ her fans with her success story