Laura Anderson shows off her tanned curves in racy brown swimsuit

Love Island’s Laura Anderson shows off her tanned curves in racy brown swimsuit during a beach day in Dubai… after hitting back at trolls who accused her of editing snaps

Laura Anderson has been sunning herself in Dubai this week.

And on Tuesday the reality star hit the beach in another racy swimsuit, flaunting her tanned curves as she strolled along the white sand.

The Love Island favourite looked incredible in a racy brown swimsuit, showing off her svelte frame just days after hitting back at trolls who accused her of editing her Instagram photos. 

Looking great! Laura Anderson has been sunning herself in Dubai this week and on Tuesday the Love Island star hit the beach in another racy swimsuit

The former BA flight attendant was full of confidence in her skimpy swimsuit which featured a plunging neckline .

The one piece was cut high on Laura’s legs, exposing her tanned and tattooed thighs.

Laura accessorised with a coordinating hairband, sweeping back her dark locks, while she carried a Chanel tote bag.

The star proved she is still proud of her Love Island days as she clutched her iconic water bottle from the ITV2 series, emblazoned with her name. 

Gorgeous: Laura  looked incredible in a racy brown swimsuit, showing off her svelte frame just days after hitting back at trolls who accused her of editing her Instagram photos

Earlier this week Laura defended herself against trolls who accused her of editing one of her latest Instagram snaps to make herself look thinner. 

She joked that she must be ‘perfect’ for some of her followers to be so convinced that she had photoshopped the unedited picture.

The newly-single beauty defiantly told her critics to ‘get over themselves’ and ‘give her some peace’, as she insisted the image hadn’t been in anyway manipulated. 

In the photograph in question, Laura flaunted her frame in a form-fitting white mini-dress, which was covered in a red and green floral pattern.

She captioned the image: Even a Rose has thorns.'[sic]  

Accusations: Earlier this week Laura defended herself against trolls who accused her of editing one of her latest Instagram snaps (pictured) to make herself look thinner

However trolls were quick to suggest that Laura had edited the snap before sharing it with her 1.5million followers on her Instagram page on Sunday. 

One person posted: ‘Now if that’s not photoshopped idk what is.’ 

However Laura quipped back: ‘It’s not [photoshopped] but thanks I must be perfect if it looks photoshopped. get over yourselves.’ 

Another Instagram user commented: ‘Look at the part above her hand. It’s clearly photoshopped. On her waist.’  

‘Get over yourselves!’ Laura defiantly told her critics to ‘get over themselves’ and ‘give her some peace’, as she insisted the image hadn’t been in anyway manipulated

Weighing in! She joked that she must be ‘perfect’ for some of her followers to be so convinced that she had photoshopped the unedited picture

While another said: ‘Actually one of the worst photoshops I’ve ever seen… Everyone’s going on about her hand but check out the water behind her waist.’ 

Continuing her correction-spree, Laura said: ‘My hand??? It’s the fabric you nutter.’

She also added at the end of the thread: ‘At the end of the day this photo has not been photoshopped so give me peace.’

Many of Laura’s fans backed her claims and agreed that the image didn’t look like it had been edited.

What! Continuing her correction-spree, Laura said: ‘My hand??? It’s the fabric you nutter’

One person wrote: ‘It doesn’t look photoshopped to me. And @LauraAnderson1x has always stated if she photoshops her pictures. She looks beautiful; let’s encourage other women not to criticise them.’  

Laura previously spoke up on her opinion of editing snaps when she appeared on BBC Breakfast last month to discuss the proposed air-brushing ban on Instagram.

Tory MP Dr Luke Evans has drawn up a Bill which would mean celebrities would have to label images which have been digitally altered to change how they look.

Laura discussed the proposed ban, which claims edited photos on social media are ‘fuelling a mental health crisis’ and creating a ‘warped view’ of beauty.  

Hitting back: Laura previously spoke up on her opinion of editing snaps when she appeared on BBC Breakfast last month to discuss the proposed air-brushing ban on Instagram

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