She has kept a low-profile since returning to nursing following her Love Island stint.
Yet Rachel Fenton sent her 275,000 Instagram followers wild as she looked incredible in a series of sexy snaps on Monday.
The reality star, 29, left little to the imagination in a low cut black top which she paired with casual black tracksuit bottoms.
Stunning: Rachel Fenton, 29, looked incredible in a series of sexy snaps which she shared with her 275,000 Instagram followers on Monday
Rachel completed the look with casual black trainers with white laces and accessorised with a gold watch.
Her long blonde locks were styled in soft curls and her glam make-up enhanced her pretty features.
In the caption the star wrote: ‘Don’t look at the caption look at me baby.’
And her followers couldn’t help but look at her, with Vicky Pattison replying: ‘Trust me, no one is looking at anything but you queen.’
Love Island’s Kady McDermott also commented, writing: ‘Doll ??’
Pose: The reality star left little to the imagination in a low cut black top which she paired with black tracksuit bottoms
Wow: In the caption the star wrote: ‘Don’t look at the caption look at me baby’, and it was clear her followers couldn’t help but look at her
Rachel shot to fame on the second series of Love Island in 2016, where she coupled up with Rykard Jenkins.
However, the relationship didn’t last long in the real world and they split after 18 months together with her telling fans: ‘We have decided to go out separate ways.’
Recently, Rachel was spotted leaving a London bar holding hands with TOWIE’s James Lock, 34.
The reality star also works as an NHS nurse and caught Coronavirus twice during the pandemic while working on the front line.
Jabbed! In February the Orthopaedic Clinical Nurse Specialist shared a selfie to Instagram of her receiving the Covid-19 vaccine
In February the Orthopaedic Clinical Nurse Specialist shared a selfie to Instagram receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.
She thanked the medical field and hoped that ‘it’s the beginning of the end’.
In the caption she wrote: ‘The beginning of the end. thank you to all the incredible doctors and scientists for creating this vaccine and helping us become one step further to beating this virus’ (sic) .
Rachel took to her social media just before Christmas in 2020, to reveal her ‘scary’ experience with Covid, explaining that anyone who has been infected before is not immune to catching the virus again.
Work: The reality star also works as an NHS nurse and caught Coronavirus twice during the pandemic while working on the front line
Double whammy: Rachel took to her social media just before Christmas in 2020, to reveal her ‘scary’ experience with Covid
She wrote on Twitter: ‘I’ve been re-infected with COVID-19. I tested positive back in March and also had the antibodies.
‘I knew reinfection did happen but I didn’t think it was that common? I think it’s important people know that reinfection is happening, it could be the new strain?
‘I’ve had another positive swab recently. I had very mild symptoms which were not like the symptoms I had before.
‘Has anyone else experienced a second positive Covid-19 swab?’
Then taking to her Instagram Story, Rachel discussed her positive test result further and said that luckily she had been on annual leave and hadn’t been in contact with patients.
She said: ‘I wasn’t sure if I should talk about this, but it’s quite important. I was diagnosed with Covid back in March. I also had the antibodies.
‘I’m tested weekly as a nurse and I’ve always tested negative since, but I’ve recently tested positive again. I’ve been reinfected with the virus.
‘It’s quite scary. I knew reinfection did happen but I was not aware it was that common. Clearly there is another strain of it around.
‘Everyone needs to be extremely careful. Reinfection does happen. Once you’ve had it, you are not immune to it. I was on annual leave, so there was no patient contact, thank God.
‘It’s so important to socially distance and wear a mask and it’s important to know reinfection happens even if you have the antibodies.’
She said: ‘It’s so important to socially distance and wear a mask and it’s important to know reinfection happens even if you have the antibodies’