Love Island's Georgia Steel poses in wet T-shirt in the Maldives – but leaves fans furious with SECOND holiday this year

GEORGIA Steel posed in a wet T-shirt to show off her incredible holiday to the Maldives.

But the 22-year-old Love Island star left fans furious that she's on her second holiday this year during the coronavirus pandemic.

"We be drippin’ @velassarumaldives," she shared on Instagram as she made sure to tag the luxury resort she's staying in.

But although Georgia's fellow Love Island stars were impressed with the pics, her fans were shocked.

"Thats most of her and other Islanders entire Insta. About 100 pics of her a**e out on a beach in a pandemic," one commented.

"So we’re just not in a pandemic huh?" another added.

A third wrote: "Influencers: we’re all in this together. Also influencers:"

Yesterday The Sun reported that Love Island stars have lost fans in droves after flaunting their “work trips” abroad.

But Georgia wasn't put off as she shared another set of bikini pictures – this time from the tennis court.

"Every season," she wrote.

Just last week, Georgia was posting from her extended trip to Dubai.

One of many influencers living it up in Dubai despite the national lockdown at home, Georgia looked unfazed, styling her long brunette hair into waves.

Georgia, who has now gone on to holiday in The Maldives with pal Joanna Chimonides, was one of the latest celebrities to touch down in Dubai for 'work'.

She joined stars Wes Nelson, Georgia Harrison and Laura Anderson, who was recently criticised by fellow reality star Olivia Attwood for dubbing her luxurious trip "hard work".

Olivia, 26, told her social media followers to "unfollow" influencers who have jetted abroad amid the UK's travel ban.

She previously took to her Instagram story to share her rage over stars calling it "hard work" being out in Dubai.

Olivia said: "People are losing their family members daily, they can't pay rent and their businesses they've worked their f***ing b*****ks off for are crumbling around them and you're on the beach telling us 'you don't know how hard it is'."

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