Love Island's Francesca Allen reveals tiny waist after two stone weight loss as she poses in a bikini in Dubai

LOVE Island's Francesa Allen showcased her incredible figure on Instagram today after revealing she's shed two stone.

The ITV2 star posed in a daring leopard print swimsuit by House of CB while enjoying a boat trip in Dubai.

In the shot, the reality TV star accentuated her toned midriff with a matching leopard print waist belt and accessorised her look with a pair of gold earrings.

Captioning the photo, she penned: "Somewhere in the palm".

In light of her sizzling shot, Francesca later took to her Instagram story and revealed some of her followers were accusing her of editing her photos.

However, the fashionista, who shot to fame on 2019's Love Island, shocked her 514,000 followers when she admitted she had in fact nearly lost two stone.

She said:  "I don't get people being nasty in my DMs everyone's really kind and I'm so grateful for my following.

"But I've had a couple of people messaging me about my weight and saying I edit it my photo. I'm like – hun – I've actually lost nearly 2st…

She continued: "So I am gonna look a bit different. I'd love to know how you're supposed to edit it your face or your body or any of those things in a video…

"My skin is looking so good. It's not something I've done overnight like I would usually do but I look at pictures of like who's that?"

Adding: "I might do a YouTube video explaining everything that's happened…

"I feel like enlightened – which is the worst possible news I can use right now – I'm strong in myself and I have that strength in my body that I used to have like over two years ago.

"I just had lost love for training, I'd lost love myself."

The TV star than explained howtrolls forced her to change herself both inside and out – but insisted she's feeling better now.

She shared: "Now I feel in order with my body, my mind my friends my business, everything – I've got a clarity…

"I could run through this wall mate. I had to be selfish and look at myself and evaluate who I am and what I do. It's ok to be selfish sometimes."

She added: "I don't think I realised how upsetting my skin used to make me but I used to just crack on but I wish [my beautician Therapy] had been in my life then."


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