Love Island’s Arabella Chi unleashes boobs in dripping wet bikini exposé

Love Island's Arabella Chi has sent imaginations into overdrive after posting a sultry Instagram snap online.

The TV babe, who is currently dating fellow islander Wes Nelson, took to the photo sharing snap to show off her trip to the Maldives.

Looking like she'd stepped straight out of a lads' mag, Wes Nelson's girlfriend oozed sex appeal as she posed up a storm.

Turning up the heat, the brunette beauty rocked a tiny red bikini for the cheeky shot.

Emerging from the cool blue water, Arabella proudly flaunted her gym-honed frame as she gazed seductively down the lens.

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Due to the fact her swimwear was sopping wet, she ended up risking a dreaded wardrobe malfunction as the lycra clung to her chest.

Adding a touch of glamour, Arabella, 28, completed her look by slicking back her longs behind her ears and a golden necklace round her neck.

She cheekily captioned the shot with a water squirt emoji.

Within minutes the post was flooded with messages of adoration and lust from excited fans.

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One supporter gushed: "Stunning as always."

Another added: "You are a queen of a woman."

"Stunning beautiful lady and so cute," a third continued.

Previously speaking to Daily Star Online, Arabella revealed the grim truth about living in the Love Island villa.

Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online as the new collection dropped on BouxAvenue.com , Arabella said: "There is literally nowhere without a camera in the villa.

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"There are cameras watching you when you are on the toilet but they are cameras not for the public to see.

"They are just cameras which are just to make sure you are ok."

When asked if she didn't find it awkward trying to go to the toilet as digital eyes record her every move, Arabella added: "Ah I mean, you get recorded doing everything, you just get used to it.

"It's only been six month but it seems such a long time ago.

"It seems like so much has happened in such a short space of time."

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