Love Island’s Montana Brown goes braless underneath a sleek white suit as she poses up a storm in a field
Her farming skills are set to be put to the test as she prepares to star on Celebs On The Farm next month.
And Montana Brown appeared at peace with nature as she posed in a field for a shoot on Tuesday.
In an image shared to Instagram, the Love Island star, 25, dared to be bold as she went braless underneath a sharp white suit.
Turning heads: Montana Brown appeared at peace with nature as she posed braless in a field for a shoot on Tuesday
The Swim Society CEO stunned in her co-ord set, which came complete with a sharp blazer and matching trousers.
Standing with her hands by her face, the reality star looked typically radiant in neutral-toned make-up.
Last month, the Economics graduate hit back at critics who slammed her business trip to the Maldives in the midst of the ongoing pandemic and during a nationwide lockdown.
Next stint: The 25-year-old Love Island star’s farming skills are set to be put to the test as she prepares to star on Celebs On The Farm next month (pictured far left)
Sun-soaked: The blonde recently enjoyed a trip to the Maldives to shoot her latest swimwear collection for Swim Society
Stressing she had carefully planned her trip to abide by guidelines, a spokesperson said: ‘Montana is in the Maldives for work purposes shooting her campaign for her company Swim Society. This is allowed under government guidelines.’
In a YouTube video shared by Montana ahead of the trip, the TV star joined her business partner in explaining: ‘Everybody has been isolating, I’m not going out. The quarantine coming back from the Maldives has been lifted.’
She continued: ‘We’re being very careful. We don’t want people to think we’re being sneaky. It is an influencer trip but we’re not being sneaky. I can’t take a picture out in the garden with the leaves, I can’t put my wellies on.’
Montana then told fans they were using a company called MoreTrees.eco to offset their carbon footprint.
She went on: ‘We’re trying to be sustainable and be accessible. Something else we’re doing which is amazing. We’re going to the Maldives and we are going by plane – we’re not swimming there…
‘We’re using a company that offsets your carbon footprint. He calculates how much we’ll be omitting and gifts us the trees.’
Hitting back: The TV star previously responded to critics who slammed her getaway in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, insisting she was abiding by government guidelines