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Love Island kicks off on Monday night as ten new contestants touch down at their villa in sunny Mallorca as they get ready for a summer of fun.
Jess Harding is hoping to find love in the villa as she joins her fellow contestants as they play for hearts and a £50,000 cash prize.
The 22-year-old, who is already running her own successful West London cosmetic procedure company Candy Aesthetics, has been open about her procedures as the singleton has shared a number of jaw-dropping bikini photos on Instagram.
The ITV2 star recently took to Instagram and showcased her physique as she donned a tiny white bikini top as her cleavage almost spilled out of the tiny top-piece.
Jess accessorised her look with a mini see-through cover-up as she posed for photos on the beach in Dubai.
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She simply captioned the snap, which was posted on April 11: “AE,” and followed up with “Thank you to all my girls.”
The Love Island newcomer was inundated with messages as social media users branded her “stunning” and “dreamy”.
Jess wore her platinum blonde locks down past her shoulders as she sported a full face of makeup and added a pair of hooped earrings.
The reality star recently opened up about her cosmetic business ahead of her Love Island debut and admitted she has dabbled with Botox and lip fillers from an early age.
Her company Candy Aesthetics offers fat dissolving treatments including fillers, Botox and Brazilian bum lifts.
Jess revealed she started her own business after getting sacked from her job at a plumber.
“Considering it’s my job I don’t actually have a lot done,” she adds. “I think a lot of practitioners do have their whole face jabbed, but I do stick to the natural look.
“I’ve had a little bit of Botox and just a bit of cheek and chin filler and lips.
“I had my lips done, since I was 18 I had such little lips, but it started off getting a little bit in my cheeks, just because it gives off that nice contour, it just gives a structure to the face.
“I don’t think it looks fake or anything like that.”
She started having Botox six months ago after a social media post drew a comment about a line on her forehead, which she said was her “biggest insecurity” and says her procedures give her more confidence.
Love Island starts tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.