MAURA Higgins looked incredible in sheer lingerie at the Ann Summers launch night.
The Love Island star wowed in a skintight lace bodysuit as she showed off her collection at the Brunswick store in London on Wednesday.
Maura Higgins dazzled in sheer lingerie at the Ann Summers launch night
The 29-year-old paired her top with a leather blazer, skintight flared trousers and a leather baker boy hat.
She styled her hair in a sleek middle-parting and wore muted make-up for the bash.
The event came two days after Maura cancelled the original swimwear launch “out of respect” for Caroline Flack.
The lingerie brand issued a statement explaining that they were postponing the event because it coincided with Caroline’s funeral.
The 29-year-old paired her one-piece with a leather blazer and skintight flared trousers
She had postponed the launch out of respect for Caroline Flack’s funeral
Maura released a teaser picture of her posing in a plunging swimsuit on the beach ahead of her collection launch.
She bagged a six-figure deal with Ann Summers after appearing on Love Island last summer.
She has since wowed in racy lingerie and also released a winter collection.
Last week, the Irish beauty announced she had split from Love Island boyfriend Curtis Pritchard, 24.
Maura has a six-figure deal with Ann Summers
She sizzled in the collection’s photoshoot
Maura wrote on Instagram: “Curtis and I have made the decision to separate.
“We enjoyed a great experience from our time in the villa and want to thank everyone for supporting our relationship.
“There is no easy way to get through a breakup and no bad feeling on either side. We tried to make it work but it wasn’t to be and I wish Curtis nothing but the best for the future.”
The Irish beauty recently broke up with Curtis Pritchard
The comes after numerous rumours the pair had split after they were pictured on separate nights out.
Curtis had asked Maura to be his girlfriend during a romantic weekend break three months after leaving the Love Island villa.
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