Love Island Australia’s Margarita Smith shows off her ample assets in a hot pink bikini

‘I’m bored in the house’: Love Island Australia’s Margarita Smith shows off her ample assets in a hot pink bikini while in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Love Island bombshell Margarita Smith has been in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

And on Thursday, the 26-year-old influencer showed off her ample assets in a hot pink bikini while enjoying a cup of coffee on her bed.  

‘Okay, I’m bored in the house and I’m in the house bored,’ Margarita captioned the post, which contained three racy images. 

‘I’m bored in the house’: On Thursday, Love Island’s Margarita Smith (pictured) showed off her ample assets in a hot pink bikini while in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

The reality star was referencing the lockdown-inspired song Bored in the House by rappers Tyga and Curtis Roach, which recently went viral on Tik Tok.  

On Monday, Margarita made another racy Instagram post, sharing two photos in a skimpy bikini at home, instead of going to the beach.

In the images, the former reality star wore a blue and white polka dot bikini with a frilly top and skimpy bottoms. 

Quarantine anthem: In her caption, the reality star referenced the lockdown-inspired song Bored in the House’ by rappers Tyga and Curtis Roach, which recently went viral on Tik Tok 

The 26-year-old explained in her caption: ‘Who needs a beachy background? I’m choosing to stay home for my loved ones, for the elderly and for our country. 

‘Because the more people who stay home, the quicker we can overcome COVID-19!’ she added. 

Margarita also added the hashtags #LockDownForLove and #StayHome at the end of her caption. 

Safer! Margarita (pictured) wants to keep herself and others safe during the coronavirus pandemic. The former Love Island star posted a racy Instagram post on Monday, sharing two photos in which she poses in a skimpy bikini at home, instead of going to the beach

The reality star-turned-influencer was relaying the advice of state and federal governments, which is to stay at home unless going out is essential.  

Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate in Australia. 

As of Thursday night, there have been 5,136 confirmed cases, which have resulted in 24 deaths.  

Pandemic: As of Thursday night, there have been 5,136 confirmed cases, which have resulted in 24 deaths

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