Liberty Poole poses with glamorous pal Lucinda Strafford at I Saw It First launch  

Liberty Poole put on a stylish display at pal Lucinda Strafford’s I Saw It First launch party in London on Thursday night. 

The Love Island stars posed up a storm as they arrived at the event and Liberty looked glamorous in vinyl leggings and a cream blouse.  

The 22-year-old former Nando’s waitress elevated her height with clear perspex heels and she wore her long blonde locks in soft waves.  

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Fashionable friends: Liberty Poole, 22, put on a stylish display at pal Lucinda Strafford’s, 21, I Saw It First launch party in London on Thursday night

She had a flawlessly applied layer of make up on complete with black eyeliner and false eyelashes.  

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21-year-old Lucinda looked equally as glamorous in a brown knitted two piece, complete with a tiny ab flashing crop top and figure hugging midi skirt. 

She matched her pal and also wore clear perspex heels which revealed a white pedicure. 

Looking good: The Love Island stars posed up a storm as they arrived at the event and Liberty looked glamorous in vinyl leggings and a cream blouse

Stunning: The former Nando’s waitress elevated her height with clear perspex heels and she wore her long blonde locks in soft waves

Lucinda wore her dark blonde tresses in waves, and looked stunning wearing black eye make up and glossy lips. 

She carried her belongings in a brown Jacquemus bag which she held in her hand. 

Liberty took to Instagram to document the evening with Lucinda, as they posed with pouts on their faces. 

The outing comes after Liberty’s ex Jake Cornish accused ITV of manipulating scenes to destroy their relationship and depict him as the series’ bad guy, sparking terrifying death threats.  

Beauty: She had a flawlessly applied layer of make up on complete with black eyeliner and false eyelashes

The former contestant believes he was edited to look worse than winner Liam Reardon, 22, despite the Welshman cheating on partner Millie Court, 24, while he remained loyal during the show’s Casar Amor twist.

Jake feels he’s received an unnecessarily harsh backlash from the public after producers portrayed him as a ‘villain’ that wasn’t attracted to his girlfriend Liberty, 22, and a game player who was trying to sabotage the other couples.

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline in his first interview since leaving the villa, Jake said: ‘There’s stuff I have spoken to Lib about on camera that hasn’t aired about how I was feeling.

Gorgeous: 21-year-old Lucinda looked equally as glamorous in a brown knitted two piece, complete with a tiny ab flashing crop top and figure hugging midi skirt

‘It isn’t nice I’ve been painted this way as a pantomime villain. It isn’t the nicest to come across as someone I’m not.  

‘During the Movie Night they had to bring back a clip from Day Two to make me look bad. I’m sorry but Day Two? Everyone’s got opinions but that was taken out of context. I had to sit back and take it.

‘They’ve got to make storylines but it isn’t nice when you’re on the back end. Liberty and I were big parts of the show; it was a way to make something out of it, which is a shame really. At the time I was like “what the hell?”‘

A clip of Jake saying “I haven’t got the girl there where I’m like f*** me, I want to rip your clothes off” was aired in the villa, including to his then-girlfriend Liberty, during a Movie Night challenge.  

Posing: Lucinda wore her dark blonde tresses in waves, and looked stunning wearing black eye make up and glossy lips

Pals: Liberty took to Instagram to document the evening with Lucinda, as they posed with pouts on their faces

Jake now believes the game laid on by producers was the beginning of the end for himself and Liberty and says being portrayed in a worse light than co-star Liam, who played away, was unfair.

He continued: ‘The Movie Night was the turning point. It went from 0-100 straight away and because it’s such an intense environment in there your head just goes into overdrive. It wasn’t the nicest of feelings I’ll tell you that for a fact.

‘It was me on the back end of it for many weeks and trying to deal with it in there, you’ve got six different opinions all against you, it is going to take a knock-on effect.

‘I got a bigger backlash than Liam when I didn’t get with any girl and was loyal and I’m the one that’s come out the worst – how does that work?’

‘I’ve had a lot of death threats’: The outing comes after Liberty’s ex Jake Cornish accused ITV of manipulating scenes to destroy their relationship and depict him as the series’ bad guy, sparking terrifying death threats