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Montana Brown shows off her incredibly ripped abs and perky cleavage


Montana Brown shows off her incredibly ripped abs and perky cleavage in bikini-clad snaps from Mykonos getaway

She founded her own swimwear brand, Swim Society, in 2019.

And Montana Brown was proving to be her own best advertisement as she showed off her toned stomach to her 1.3million Instagram followers while frolicking in the sun during her Mykonos getaway.

Plugging a turquoise bikini, the reality star, 25, smiled towards the sun as she soaked up her daily dose of vitamin D from the luxury boutique Kouros Hotel.

Sun kissed: Montana Brown [pictured] showed off her toned stomach in Mykonos as she sizzled in the sun in a turquoise bikini

Montana was sure to showcase every inch of her flawless figure including her perky cleavage and incredibly taut abs.  

The former Love Island star added a caption on the images reading: “It’s a god damn heatwave out here #kouroshotelmykonos.’

Capital FM DJ Will Manning gushed in the comments, ‘Ok!!!!!’

Fellow influencer Elma Pazar posted a string of heart-eyed emojis.

Sizzling: Plugging a turquoise bikini from her very own range, the 25-year-old smiled towards the sun as she soaked up her daily dose of vitamin D from the luxury boutique Kouros Hotel

Sizzling: Plugging a turquoise bikini from her very own range, the 25-year-old smiled towards the sun as she soaked up her daily dose of vitamin D from the luxury boutique Kouros Hotel

Showing affection: Capital FM DJ Will Manning gushed in the comments, 'Ok!!!!! and fellow influencer Elma Pazar posted a string of heart-eyed emojis

Showing affection: Capital FM DJ Will Manning gushed in the comments, ‘Ok!!!!! and fellow influencer Elma Pazar posted a string of heart-eyed emojis

It comes after Montana, along with a string of other Love Islanders consisting of Malin Andersson, Olivia Attwood and Cara De La Hoyde-Massey, were criticised for accepting cash to say they use a controversial contraceptive app. 

They had been plugging the £80-a-year Natural Cycles app on Instagram with the ad hashtag.

The app has also been featured on a raft of other influencers’ pages like TOWIE’s Lucy Mecklenburgh.

Say cheese: It comes after Montana, along with a string of other Love Islanders consisting of Malin Andersson , Olivia Attwood and Cara De La Hoyde-Massey, were criticised for accepting cash to say they use a controversial contraceptive app

Say cheese: It comes after Montana, along with a string of other Love Islanders consisting of Malin Andersson , Olivia Attwood and Cara De La Hoyde-Massey, were criticised for accepting cash to say they use a controversial contraceptive app

#AD! Montana made it clear her post plugging the app back in March was paid

#AD! Montana made it clear her post plugging the app back in March was paid

Natural Cycles is similar to the fertility awareness method, taking your temperature daily to pinpoint ovulation.

But experts say touting hormone-free contraception as somehow better than traditional methods is ‘questionable’, with one adding: ‘It’s not quite the same as advertising a certain brand of makeup.’ 

Montana made it clear her post plugging the app back in March was paid, although it is not known for sure whether the other girls received money.

Montana’s post shows her smiling and holding a thermometer on a beach with the caption: ‘My mood when I can use natural cycles instead of putting hormones in my body.’

Backlash: Other fellow Love Islanders, such as Olivia Attwood [pictured], have been criticised for accepting cash to say they use a controversial contraceptive app

Backlash: Other fellow Love Islanders, such as Olivia Attwood [pictured], have been criticised for accepting cash to say they use a controversial contraceptive app

Reality favourites: The app has also been featured on a raft of other influencers' pages like TOWIE's Lucy Mecklenburgh [pictured]

Reality favourites: The app has also been featured on a raft of other influencers’ pages like TOWIE’s Lucy Mecklenburgh [pictured]

MSI contraceptive nurse Simphiwe Sesanes said: ‘Natural Cycles is effectively just an app version of what women have been doing for years with a diary and a thermometer. It will fit some lifestyles but may be unsuitable for many others.’

Back in 2018 the Advertising Standards Agency upheld a complaint against Natural Cycles because of an ad it felt suggested ‘the app was a reliable method of contraception which could be used in place of other established birth control methods, including those that were highly reliable in preventing unwanted pregnancies’.

The ASA confirmed they had recently had two complaints made about Natural Cycles ads, but didn’t uphold them.

However in 2017, Swedish health officials raised concerns after 37 women at one of the country’s biggest hospitals were said to have sought a termination after all allegedly fell pregnant using the app.

Malin Andersson [pictured] is among those plugging the £80-a-year Natural Cycles app on Instagram with the ad hashtag

Malin Andersson [pictured] is among those plugging the £80-a-year Natural Cycles app on Instagram with the ad hashtag

Cara De La Hoyde-Massey, who has two children with fellow season two winner and now-husband Nathan Massey, wrote a post tagged AD saying: 'After trying the pill for years and then the implant I realised they weren't for me and the negatives outweigh the positives

Cara De La Hoyde-Massey, who has two children with fellow season two winner and now-husband Nathan Massey, wrote a post tagged AD saying: ‘After trying the pill for years and then the implant I realised they weren’t for me and the negatives outweigh the positives’

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