Love Island’s Olivia Buckland looks incredible in a leopard print bikini as she soaks up the sun with husband Alex Bowen

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OLIVIA Buckland continues to ‘turn the other cheek’ as she flaunts her incredible bikini body while on holidaying in Barbados.

The 25-year-old former Love Island wore a skimpy leopard print two piece, with red ruffle detailing as she soaked up the sun alongside husband Alex Bowen earlier today.

Olivia showed off her incredible bikini body earlier today
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The tiny swimwear accentuated her curves and showed off her tattoos as she ensured she was slathered with sun cream in the exotic holiday destination.

Earlier this week Olivia- who married Alex earlier this year in a lavish ceremony – shockingly revealed that she had been fat-shamed by a beach vendor during her Barbados break.

The mortified reality star shared the incident on Twitter, writing: “Wowwww so one of the guys who runs the jet skis out here just thought it fine to tell me I had put on weight & that I needed to watch myself.

“I tried to laugh it off saying ‘married life’ and he continued to say I needed to just be careful & go back to what I was. CHEERS 4 THAT.

The 25-year-old wore a leopard print bikini with red ruffle detailing
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Olivia showed off her toned bum and figure while sunbathing on the exotic resort
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She’s currently on holiday with husband Alex Bowen
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“Wish I had gave him a good earful but I was so shocked I walked away. Oh well. Sometimes life will show you these kind of people & you just gotta take a breath & turn the other cheek, my apparent bigger a** cheek at that.”

Olivia has no need to worry though as Alex, who she married in September, has barely been able to keep his hands off her as the pair were spotted kissing on their hotel balcony.


And Olivia recently admitted that she could always rely on her husband to make her feel better.

She said: “Alex is really caring, and he really notices things. He has an awareness of when I’m feeling down, or when I don’t feel right.

“We know how to make each other feel better, and feel good. It’s a trust thing. If you don’t have trust you have nothing,” she said.

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