Bikini-clad Ferne McCann flaunts her hot bronzed body in a sizzling selfie

The former TOWIE babe looked stunning in a black bikini on her social media page

She might not be in the jungle to flaunt her amazing figure, but that doesn’t stop Ferne McCann from showcasing her curves on Instagram.

The former TOWIE babe posted a show-stopping selfie in a black bikini on her social media page on Thursday as she asked her followers for advice on fake tanning. We thought she’d be an expert being from Essex!

Ferne, 26, posed alongside a selection of beauty items, but it’s her body everyone had their eyes on as they praised her womanly frame as she posed in front of a mirror with perfect hair and makeup.

Ferne McCann poses in a bikini in this instagram picture

The star asked fans for tanning tips

No doubt some men slipped into her DMs after this selfie as she recently spoke about being single.

“I’m only 26. Of course I’ll meet a man,” she told New magazine . When you’re younger, you think you’re going to do this and that by a certain age. But I don’t feel ready to settle down.”

And Ferne says she’s not yet found Mr Right – but is keeping an eye out in case he appears.

“You’ve got to keep your options open if you’re not 100 per cent sure,” she explains. “Like I said, I’m all or nothing. But I’m single and keeping my options open, I’ve not found Mr Right.

Ferne McCann at Pride of Britain Awards
Ferne McCann at the Pride of Britain Awards

“I’ve been on a couple of dates with someone but he’s not Mr Right. He’s Mr Right Now. I like guys who really stimulate my mind – it’s not just about the bedroom. But that’s important too!”

Meanwhile, although she might be living up to the Essex girl stereotype by getting bronzed, she has lashed out at the definition in the Oxford English dictionary, saying they are not ‘unintelligent, promiscuous and materialistic’.

Ferne spoke about the issue on This Morning, saying: “I used to be embarrassed to say I was from Essex.

“I think it’s awful and wrong. I am proud that I am an Essex girl and I think the definition should be changed.”

Source: mirror.co.uk

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