Love Island’s Laura Anderson shows off her toned physique in pink bandeau bikini as she soaks up the sun on Dubai getaway gift ideas for boys
She’s spent the past several days topping up her tan as she enjoys a sun-soaked gift ideas for boys
break in her former home base of Dubai.
And Laura Anderson put on a sizzling display on Monday as she showed off her
toned physique in pink bandeau bikini.
The former Love Island star, 30, looked tanned and lithe in the bright two piece
that showcased her impressive abs.
Beauty: Love Island’s Laura Anderson showed off her toned physique in a pink
bandeau bikini as she soaked up the sun on Dubai her getaway on Monday
Laura looked sensational in her swimwear of choice, which featured a one shoulder
design and allowed her show off her lean frame and variety of tattoos.
Removing a black scrunchie to untie her chestnut brown locks, the Scottish stunner
opted to keep her makeup light and minimal for her day at the beach club.
Clearly in a jokey mood she captioned the post: ‘Tensing so hard yet the guy in the red cap still steals the show.’ gift ideas for boys
Accusations: Last week Laura defended herself against critics, who accused her
of editing one of her latest Instagram snaps (pictured) to make herself look thinner
Last week Laura defended herself against critics, who accused her of editing one
of her latest Instagram snaps to make herself look thinner.
She joked that she must be ‘perfect’ for some of her followers to be so convinced
that she had photoshopped the unedited picture.
The newly-single beauty defiantly told her critics to ‘get over themselves’ and ‘give
her some peace’, as she insisted the image hadn’t been in anyway manipulated.
In the photograph in question, Laura flaunted her frame in a form-fitting white mini
-dress, which was covered in a red and green floral pattern.
‘Get over yourselves!’ Laura defiantly told her critics to ‘get over themselves’ and
‘give her some peace’, as she insisted the image hadn’t been in anyway manipulated
She captioned the image: Even a Rose has thorns.'[sic] gift ideas for boys
However trolls were quick to suggest that Laura had edited the snap before sharing it
with her 1.5million followers on her Instagram page on Sunday.
One person posted: ‘Now if that’s not photoshopped idk what is.’
However Laura quipped back: ‘It’s not [photoshopped] but thanks I must be perfect
if it looks photoshopped. get over yourselves.’
Another Instagram user commented: ‘Look at the part above her hand. It’s clearly photoshopped. On her waist.’
Weighing in! She joked that she must be ‘perfect’ for some of her followers to be
so convinced that she had photoshopped the unedited picture
While another said: ‘Actually one of the worst photoshops I’ve ever seen… Everyone’s
going on about her hand but check out the water behind her waist.’
Continuing her correction-spree, Laura said: ‘My hand??? It’s the fabric you nutter.’
She also added at the end of the thread: ‘At the end of the day this photo has not been
photoshopped so give me peace.’ gift ideas for boys
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Many of Laura’s fans backed her claims and agreed that the image didn’t look like it had been edited.
What! Continuing her correction-spree, Laura said: ‘My hand??? It’s the fabric you nutter’
One person wrote: ‘It doesn’t look photoshopped to me. And @LauraAnderson1x has always stated if she
photoshops her pictures. She looks beautiful; let’s encourage other women not to criticise them.’ gift ideas for boys
Laura previously spoke up on her opinion of editing snaps when she appeared on
BBC Breakfast last month to discuss the proposed air-brushing ban on Instagram.
Tory MP Dr Luke Evans has drawn up a Bill which would mean celebrities would have
to label images which have been digitally altered to change how they look.
Laura discussed the proposed ban, which claims edited photos on social media are
‘fuelling a mental health crisis’ and creating a ‘warped view’ of beauty.
Hitting back: Laura previously spoke up on her opinion of editing snaps when she
appeared on BBC Breakfast last month to discuss the proposed air-brushing ban on Instagram