LOVE Island's busty beauty Liberty Poole dazzled her fans in a very sparkly outfit yesterday.
The reality star, 23, teamed a tiny silver bikini with a miniskirt and a matching shirt that she wore open to reveal her midriff.
She hit Fumo Bar and Restaurant in Birmingham with her pal Charlotte and they posed for glam pics.
Liberty captioned her snap: "Leave a little sparkle everywhere you go."
Her celebs pals loved her look with Lucinda Strafford writing: "Obsessed with you."
Eve Gale posted: "Gorgeous girl."
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Georgia Harrison said: "Beautiful."
Bubbly Liberty is feeling more confident than ever after embracing her curves since finding fame in the Love Island villa in 2021.
She bravely opened up about how she used to heavily edit her social media pictures – highlighting the difference between reality and Instagram with two pictures of her in a pink bikini.
"Please appreciate this is a really scary thing for me to post," she wrote.
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"The first picture is me the other week in Ibiza size 10 confident with my curves. Slide two is me 8 months prior to going on Love Island.
"I was around size 6-8 the left picture is unedited the one to the right is what I posted on my Instagram.
"It’s scary to think I didn’t see how severe I was editing my pictures.
"From decreasing my waist to this size and don’t get me wrong I love a tan but the fact I felt the need to edit it on to my body and change my skin tone, I look back and think it’s so unhealthy.
"My point is it’s really not about how skinny we are or how big we are or what we look like etc. It’s about self acceptance."
Liberty went on: "I’ve always wanted my platform to be a safe space for people and I feel like by talking about this on my Instagram with you guys is going to help make social media a safer place.
"It’s something I want you to be a part of so if you guys want to share your story on toxic habits, life-changing moments, over coming an insecurity, what we face into today's society do not hesitate to DM."
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