LOVE Island’s Alexandra Cane topped up her tan in Ibiza as she sunbathes with a mystery man.
The star, 29, was all smiles as she took a photo in a tiny bronze bikini.
Alexandra flaunted her flat stomach and abs in the selfie, before showing it off to her companion – a mystery man.
The man, dressed in blue swimming shorts and a cold chain – pointed at the phone as they shared a joke about what was on screen.
He had black hair styled upwards and a light trimmed beard.
Afterwards, he laid back on the other sunbed as they both enjoyed the Ibiza sun.
It’s unclear whether the mystery man is a friend, or something more romantic.
In June, the star moaned about the news that sex in your home with a person from another household was made illegal.
The Government has rolled out new lockdown guidelines which include the clause that completely bans two people from separate households gathering in a private place.
Looking mischevious, Alexandra slipped into black lace lingerie and showed off her stunning figure in a mirror selfie on Instagram.
She wrote over the top: “So apparently it’s now illegal to have sex with anyone you don’t live with…
“Shout out to my fellow singletons!”
Sexy singleton Alexandra later expressed her disapproval again when she shared a link to the story and slapped a laughing emoji over the photo.
Alexandra lost an impressive two stone in the past year and now admits: “I don’t recognise myself.”
But her weight loss hasn’t come without its challenges. She was forced to deny having secret liposuction surgery after cruel trolls accused her of faking her body changes.
Others judged her for changing her image to look like her “skinny” co-stars from the 2018 series of Love Island.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun Online, Alexandra has hit back at criticism and says she feels “proud” of herself every day for turning her life around.
“I can understand why people thought that about my transformation, but now I feel as fit as a fiddle,” said Alexandra.
“I never did this to lose weight or look a certain way. I’ve always believed that you should strive for self-acceptance, whatever weight you are.
“In Love Island I thought I was healthy, but I look back now and think I couldn’t even walk up a hill without getting out of breath.
“Now I’m so full of energy and I don’t have brain fog. I’m hydrated and full of life.”