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The reality star, 30, looked sensational in a sheer red bra and wore a full face of makeup that included a bold red lipstick that accentuated her entire pout.
The Irish beauty went downright glamorous by wearing her brown shoulder-length hair down and in wild curls.
HOT: Love Island star Maura Higgins raced the pulses on Tuesday with a series of lingerie snaps
The TV personality complemented her alluring green eyes with a soft pink shadow and a detailed black liner cat eye finish.
In a sultry look, the star teased fans this time with a costume change, wearing a sexy black lace top for the second shot as she posed sexy.
Maurya captioned the picture, ‘Ready for my close up.’
Looking Hot: The 30-year-old reality star, looked sensational in a crimson red bra and wore a full face of makeup that included a bold red lipstick that accentuated her entire pout
Sexy: The star teases fans with a dress change, this time wearing a sexy black lace top for the second shot
Like this: Celebrity friends and fans praise her rosy image on her page
Celebrity friends and fans took to her page to praise her sensuous image.
Former TOWIE star Georgia Cousoulou posted ‘Wow’ and was followed by a love heart emoji and American TV personality Michelle Visage commented, ‘I love this hair.’
Meanwhile Maurya’s girlfriend, strictly Come Dancing Giovanni Pernice is said to be ‘totally in love’ with beauty, so much so that the professional dancer’s friends are convinced he is going to ‘pop the question’.
a source told Sun: ‘None of her peers have seen her like this before and Maura has become really close to Giovanni’s friends as well.’
He continued: ‘No one will be surprised if they get married because Giovanni is saying that he is the one he wants to be forever.’
Besotted: Meanwhile Maura’s boyfriend, Strictly Come Dancing’s Giovanni Pernis, is said to be ‘totally in love’ with beauty, so much so that the professional dancer’s friends are convinced he’s going to ‘pop the question’. Used to be.