Michael Owen's daughter Gemma Owen wowed her Instagram followers with a series of pictures showing her in a tiny bikini.
The 19 year old was pictured wearing a khaki two-piece that had straps around the middle to highlight her minute waist.
The stunning swimsuit showed off her the star's toned and tanned figure as she relaxed with a glass of wine.
The teen wore a white bathrobeas she let her long dark curls tumble over her shoulders.
Gemma is rumoured to be heading into the Love Island villa for the new series, which starts next month.
The hit dating show will return to ITV2 on 6 June but the official line-up is currently under wraps.
A source previously told the Sun: “Gemma isn’t just beautiful, smart and single, but she has one of the country’s best-loved sports stars as her dad.
“ITV bosses are scrambling to get her signed up for this year’s Love Island.
"However, if talks are successful, it’s likely to be a huge payday for Gemma too.
“Weeks spent lounging about in a bikini is going to give her beachwear line the sort of boost most firms can only dream about and make her a huge star herself.”
Gemma has reportedly gained the blessing from her protective footballer dad Michael, 42, to go on the dating show this summer.
Other rumoured cast members include Brad McDermott, the brother of ex-Islander Zara, Ronan Keating's daughter Missy and Gymshark model Zoe Diana Parker.
However, Gemma would be one of the most high profile Islanders to stay at the Love Island Villa, having already amassed more than 40,000 followers on Instagram.
She also already has her own swimwear brand, OG Beachwear, and has represented Great Britain in dressage competitions.
She keeps fans up to date with her riding on her dressage Instagram page, which has more than 8,000 followers.
The multi-talented teen launched OG Beachwear during the first Covid lockdown in 2020 and is regularly seen promoting her bikinis and swimsuits on Instagram.
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