Love Island's Amy Hart praised for showing her 'real' body as she admits to using baby son as a prop to hide her tummy | The Sun

LOVE Island's Amy Hart has been praised for confidently displaying her bikini body after admitting using her baby as a "prop" to conceal her tummy.

The 31-year-old star is currently enjoying a holiday in Saint Kitts, and took the opportunity to pose with her swimwear on the beach.

In the Instagram photo, Amy stripped down to a bright orange bandeau style bikini.

She captioned the photo: "Nowhere to hide. As you may or may not have noticed I’ve been using Stanley as a prop to cover myself in the holiday photos!

"Well yesterday it was far too hot so Sam and Stanley stayed on the ship whilst I went out in St Kitts so I had no prop….

"so I threw caution to the wind and did it anyway!!!"

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Fans were quick to show their praise and admiration with one fan commenting: "If I look like you after I’ve had my baby I will be over the moon! You look amazing and your body has created the most amazing thing-Life!!"

Another fan wrote: "Please don't hide. You don't require a prop (even a super cute one) you are beautiful!"

A third fan wrote: "You look amazing and just think what your body has been through. I think as women we put too much pressure on ourselves to look a certain way. You're making memories with your family and that's what it's about."

Some of Amy's Love Island pals chimed in with Anna Vakilli commenting: "You’re beautiful" and Eve Gale writing: "Beautiful."

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Amy welcomed her first child, Stanley, into the world with fiancé Sam in March, and has been posting about her motherhood journey.

The star was recently mum-shamed and ‘reported’ for plugging baby formula after giving it her son.

Taking to Instagram, she said: "The milk that I use, I don't want to verbalise it again. If you think my review was so good that it had been paid for, clearly the milk is great.

Amy went on to explain that "you can't be paid" for advertising stage one formula because it is against the Advertising Standards Authority rules.

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