Olivia Attwood twerks in tiny bikini pants while ex Chris Hughes ‘pines’ at home

Olivia Attwood showed new boyfriend Bradley Dack just what he’s missing while she’s away enjoying a girls’ getaway to Marbella.

The former Love Island babe showed off her dance moves – and incredible bod – as she twerked in a pair of tiny leopard print pants.

Letting go of her inhibitions, 27-year-old ‘Liv jumped on top of a bench and began griding away in full view of restaurant diners.

Her antics were filmed by TOWIE star Cleloa Theodorou who had joined her on their sun-soaked holiday, along with Shelbey Tribble.

Olivia left very little to the imagination as she showed off her best moves in the tiny knickers and a black crop top combo, before bending over to shake her bottom.

Her racy display comes as Chris Hughes appeared to be pining for his ex girlfriend as he returned to the home they briefly shared together.

Chris headed back to the pad where he filmed doomed reality show Crackin’ On with Olivia, that later became the setting for their excruciating break up.

In videos posted to his Instagram page, Chris gives fans a look round their former property as he rounded up the last of his belongings.

‘Trip down memory lane,’ he told fans as he gave them a tour round the deserted home.

Chris showed his followers round the garden and swimming pool, before heading inside and focusing on a sign that read ‘home.’

"Actually quite sad this," he wrote alongside it.

Chris was then picking up his treasured ‘son’ Cash Hughes, the gift he and his former girlfriend took from Love Island after a parenting challenge.

"Off home we go," he wrote in the caption, as he affectionately held Cash’s hand.

The couple called things off in March after a rollercoaster six months since leaving reality show Love Island as runners up.

Olivia has since reconciled with her ex partner Bradley Dack while Chris has been linked to a string of women including Made In Chelsea’s Emily Blackwell and former Corrie star Georgia May Foote.

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