Holly Hagan sizzles in an orange bikini while lapping up the sunshine in her garden

Holly Hagan made the most of the UK’s heatwave on Thursday, slipping into an orange bikini to lap up the balmy weather in the back garden of her Manchester home.

Captioning her snap: ‘Practically Ibiza. Bringing the summer content all the way from the back garden,’ Holly, 29,  sizzled in the colourful two-piece while sprawled out across her outdoor space’s astroturf.

Wearing her glossy blonde hair swept off her face, the Geordie Shore star made sure to protect her vision behind a chic pair of black sunglasses and appeared in her element while working on her tan.

Wow: Holly Hagan, 29, made the most of the UK’s heatwave on Thursday, slipping into an orange bikini to lap up the balmy weather in the back garden of her Manchester home

Sun-drenched: Sharing a photo on Instagram, Holly wrote: ‘Practically Ibiza. Bringing the summer content all the way from the back garden’

The star’s toned abs were punctuated by a glitzy belly button piercing, and a tattoo was visible across the bombshell’s left shoulder blade. 

Looking off to the right of the frame, Holly pursed her lips for her social media followers in the sultry snap. 

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The TV personality looked radiant in the sizzling picture and didn’t appear to be wearing a spot of make-up.         

It comes after Holly  proudly showcased her cellulite in some sizzling social media snaps on Wednesday.  

The TV personality wowed in a lime green bikini top and side-tie black bottoms as she displayed her posterior and legs in a body confidence post. 

Au naturel: Holly proudly showcased her cellulite in some sizzling social media snaps on Wednesday

The stunning star’s triple whammy of photos were unedited as Holly said she was ‘totally unbothered this summer’. 

Penning a message alongside the pictures, Holly wrote: ‘I’ll be totally honest with you all if I could click my fingers and remove my cellulite I would.’

‘Do I love it? No, but I don’t believe I have to. You can’t just magically love something you’ve been taught to hate. It doesn’t work like that.’

Inspiring: The Geordie Shore star wowed in a lime green bikini top and side-tie black bottoms as she displayed her posterior and legs in an unapologetic body confidence post

Empowering: The star shared her thoughts on body confidence on Instagram

‘I’ll never tell you to love yours neither because I’d be a hypocrite. But what I will tell you is to not allow a bit of cellulite which is completely normal to stop you enjoying the summer.’

‘You don’t have to love your body but you should respect it. It’s your home and has far more uses that it’s appearance.’

‘So wear the bikini, the shorts, the skirt and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t.’ 

Coming to terms: Holly said, ‘You don’t have to love your body but you should respect it. It’s your home and has far more uses that it’s appearance’

Holly’s honest photos come after she and other Geordie Shore veterans blasted Love Island, saying the new era of ‘prim and proper’ Islanders make the show tamer than children’s TV.

Holly and her pal Marnie Simpson, 29, likened the dating series to watching Cbeebies and say contestants are ‘too middle class’, and they don’t intend on finding love in the villa.

In a new interview, Holly slammed the stars of this year’s show for ‘knowing what they can get’ in brand deals, and producers should instate an age limit of 25 to determine who is genuinely looking for a long-term partner.

Holly, who now stars in MTV’s Geordie OGs, said: ‘When you go from watching Too Hot to Handle on Netflix to Love Island it’s like you’re watching Cbeebies, it’s crazy.

‘I sit and watch Too Hot to Handle and I’m like yes! There’s finally a show that can rival the kind of things we did.’

‘Love Island is too middle class and prim and proper and a lot of people go on there knowing what they can get after it, no 21-year-old wants to fall in love, they want a Pretty Little Thing deal.’

‘They need to put in people who actually want to fall in love, adults that are comfortable and confident in themselves, rather than putting kids on TV.’ 

Holly and Marnie agreed Netflix series Too Hot to Handle, where sex obsessed contestants are banned from having intercourse, and money is deducted from the cash prize every time they break the rules, is a much better watch than the current series of Love Island.

Too Hot to Handle has even inspired Geordie Shore to rebrand into a dating show, with Marnie predicting the new format will revive low ratings.

‘No 21-year-old wants to fall in love’: Holly likened the series to Cbeebies and say contestants don’t intend on finding love (Brad McClelland pictured kissing Lucinda Strafford)

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