Molly-Mae Hague showed off her incredible figure as she soaked up the sun on Italy’s Amalfi Coast on Wednesday.
The former Love Island star, 22, gave her 6.4million Instagram followers a glimpse of her lavish getaway.
The blonde beauty couldn’t contain her excitement as she whipped up a storm in the striking two-piece suit and a matching shirt, which she wore off the shoulder.
Wow: Molly-Mae Hague showed off her incredible figure as she soaked up the sun on Italy’s Amalfi Coast on Wednesday
Molly-Mae opted for a radiant makeup palette as she tucked under dark shades.
She swept her blonde locks back in a chic ponytail and wore a simple gold chain.
The reality star captioned the post: “Hands up if you’ve always wanted to come to Positano.”
Incredible: The former Love Island star, 22, gave her 6.4million Instagram followers a glimpse of her lavish getaway
Taking to her Instagram Story, Molly-Mae shared several clips of the stunning scenery as she admitted she “always dreamed of coming here”.
Later in the evening, the beauty showed off her glamorous makeup, including winged eyeliner and a bronze palette, as she posed for a selfie in front of the sea.
The PrettyLittleThing creative director wowed in a white one-shoulder ensemble and accessorised with multiple gold hoop earrings.
To wrap up her busy day, which “started at 5am,” she enjoyed a delicious pizza in bed while watching a movie on her iPad.
Amazing: Taking to her Instagram story, Molly-Mae shared multiple clips of the stunning scenery as she admitted she’s “always dreamed of coming here”.
Unwind: At the end of her busy day, which “started at 5am,” she enjoyed a delicious pizza in bed while watching a movie on her iPad
The luxury trip follows as the star gave a very candid account of how her love life with boyfriend Tommy Fury dwindled during her battle with “excruciating” endometriosis.
Writing about her struggle in her new book Becoming Molly-Mae, she said some of her health issues surfaced when she first started seeing Tommy, also 23.
Endometriosis causes tissue similar to the lining of the womb to grow in various organs of the body.
‘Our sex life was non-existent – it wasn’t part of our relationship’: Molly Mae recently gave an intimate glimpse into her life with Tommy Fury as she battled ‘excruciating’ endometriosis
The accumulation of tissue can be minimal, but in the most painful severe cases there can be scarring fusing organs together as the cells take time to exit the body after their thickening during the menstrual cycle.
Molly-Mae, who signed copies of her book at the Trafford Center on Monday, wrote: ‘Before I started dating Tommy I didn’t really have sex so I didn’t really think there were any issues other than my period pains.’
But she said: “I was in excruciating pain – I literally felt like I had been stabbed in the stomach – just awful. And it caused me so many problems.
“Great TMI! But my sex life just became non-existent: it just wasn’t part of our relationship.
Back in March, Molly-Mae admitted she thought she was dying and almost called an ambulance several times during her period.
The influencer explained that she found the nights particularly difficult and was afraid she would “not wake up” due to the excruciating pain.
She said: “I actually almost called an ambulance several times because of the pain I was in.
“It got so bad I was tossing and turning in bed and actually scared for my life and thinking my body is in so much excruciating pain what is it going through?
Helping others: The reality star and entrepreneur wrote about her struggle in her new book Becoming Molly-Mae – pictured at Waterstone’s Trafford Center on Monday
“I used to literally lie there and think, ‘Am I going to see it in the morning? I used to be in so much pain that I was afraid I wouldn’t wake up in the morning. It was so so awful.’
“Tommy used to not even know what to do with me, he looked at me like, ‘I don’t know what to do’.
The former Love Islander opened up about her diagnosis for the first time last year and has bravely revealed scars from surgeries she underwent to ease her symptoms.
What is endometriosis? How the disorder leads to pelvic pain and internal scars
Endometriosis is an often painful condition in which tissue that resembles the lining of the uterus – the endometrium – grows outside the uterus.
It most commonly affects the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissues that line the pelvis.
The main symptom of endometriosis is pelvic pain, although many women also experience cramping during their menstrual cycle.
Symptoms also include painful periods, painful intercourse, painful bowel movements or urination, inflammation, excessive bleeding, and infertility.
Many women are often misdiagnosed and only discover they have this condition during infertility treatment.
About half of women diagnosed with endometriosis have trouble conceiving.
While studies into the link between endometriosis and miscarriage are ongoing, recent research suggests that the condition may put those affected at higher risk of miscarriage.
Source: Mayo Clinic