LOVE Island’s India Reynolds likes to keep her love life private — but seems happy to put her figure on public display.
Model India, 29, reached the final of the ITV2 dating show in 2019, finishing in third place with her then-partner Ovie Soko, also 29.
But things did not work out for her and pro basketball player Ovie and they split four months later — and India vowed never to date in the public eye again.
She may not be willing to say much about her personal life but reveals plenty after signing with lingerie brand Pour Moi.
It comes after the Love Islander praised The Sun's Page Three for giving her the confidence to embrace her curves.
She said: “Doing Page Three really helped me because at that time most models like that were in that industry were really thin and all the rest of the wasn't really any space for growth curve at all.
“Page Three was where it was celebrated. We were never told to lose weight or anything for that whereas for other things you might have been.”
While on the show, she was branded as one of the bigger girls, which is something that has really concerned her.
India, who has designed a collection for lingerie brand Pour Moi, added: “I think it's wrong in society that I'm considered a bigger girl because I would say I'm a pretty normal size.”
As an older sister she has seen firsthand how much pressure is put on the younger generation to be much thinner and the dangers of photoshop creating an unrealistic body type.
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She said: “I have used facetune before and stuff like that but I do think it's dangerous.
"It's scary how common it is but it's not just photoshopping, it's the angle and lighting.
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