Married At First Sight's Shona Manderson has been turning heads with her latest holiday snaps.
The blonde beauty, who recently split from husband Brad Skelly on the E4 show, is currently soaking up the sun in Morocco and shared a photo of herself in a daring white bikini.
The two-piece, adorned with sequins and featuring ribbon tie sides, showed off Shona's figure as she posed on a white lounger against a desert backdrop.
Last week, OK! revealed that Shona has embarked on a new romance with one of the latest grooms to enter the experiment, Matt Pilmoor, according to reports.
The unexpected twist came just as fans watched Matt get married to Adrienne Naylor – with the couple going on to have problems as they spectacularly fell out during their honeymoon abroad.
Fans were quick to compliment Shona, with one saying: "My beautiful friend killing the internet and breaking hearts on the way! Keep on shining and smiling."
Another commented: "Beautiful beach babe," while a third said, "U are most gorgeous woman in the world who ever is dating u is very lucky bloke to have u."
Shona and Brad were a couple on MAFS, but some viewers thought Brad was too controlling towards Shona. They left the show because their relationship seemed "unhealthy".
Brad told fans that viewers only saw parts of what was happening and he wasn't a controlling person. "I take full responsibility for my actions, all the time for everything I do in life I take full responsibility because it's me, it's nobody else," he explained.
"However, it's things leading up to certain situations that are being viewed. There's comments about me being narcissistic, a bully and things like that and that's really not who I am… Everyone that knows me physically can tell you I'm not that person, the painting is developing to be, but I get it, that that's what's shown."
He added: "Everything I'm doing is with the intention of being able to help – there's never any malice at all. I'm not a controlling person at all again, anybody who knows me personally knows I don't have one controlling bone in my body."
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