LOVE Island’s Alex Bowen sent fans into a frenzy with his huge bulge in his latest Instagram post.
The reality star, 28, took to his social media account to promote the new Gym King range – but his followers couldn’t take their eyes off the contents of his tracksuit bottoms.
Alex – who starred in the second series of the popular ITV reality show in 2016 – posed for the snap in a matching pink tracksuit, a pair of white trainers and a silver chain.
He captioned the post: “NEW collection from @gymking 🙏🏽☝🏽:
But it seems his fans were clearly more interested in what was underneath his trousers.
Rushing to the comment section, one wrote: “BULGE 🔥”
Another said: “Nice bulge”
A third wrote: “Bulge 👀”
Back in June The Sun on Sunday revealed that Alex and wife Olivia Bowen have earned £4.5m since their stint in the villa.
Since they first locked eyes on the second series of Love Island, their relationship has gone from strength to strength.
Just five months after the show Alex proposed to the beauty during a romantic holiday in New York.
The pair tied the knot in 2018 in a lavish ceremony in Essex – and are proud to say they were the first Islanders to get married.
They two moved into their dream five-bedroom home back in February and have been busy renovating the kitchen and living room area.
The couple are now top of the Love Island rich list and can charge £2,000 for a single social media post on Instagram.
Alex has modelled for BoohooMAN, Gym King and Hype in deals worth around £200,000 and also banked more than £700,000 from club personal appearances.
Olivia has earned around £200,000 from TV-presenting duties, including TLC’s Second Chance Dresses, released a MissPap clothing range and modelled for Rocky Star.
The blonde beauty opened up about much their lives have transformed and said: “Before Love Island I was earning about £18,000 a year plus commission as a sales executive and living in a council flat.
“I was always in my overdraft and using credit cards.
“Now I am in a position where if I go out for dinner with my friends I can offer to pick up the bill for everyone.”
Alex had been struggling as a scaffolder in Wolverhampton, earning £400 a week.
He said: “I was living with my mum with no chance of moving out. I had payday loans.
“It was bad. I owed £5,000 or something. I couldn’t afford to pay anything back and was in a rut.
“It is amazing how much my life has changed. Other Love Island contestants message us for advice on how to manage their careers.”