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But not content with just showing off a different aesthetic side, she also stunned fans by penning an emotional poem about her feeling towards her body and looks, complete with the admission: 'My skin is not flawless, not on my face nor my legs.' Opting to show a different side to her personality by posting a candid snap in which she went make-up free, in a low-key outfit with her hair scraped off her face.
Not content with showing off a different aesthetic side, she also stunned fans by penning an emotional poem about her feelings towards her body and looks complete with the admission: 'My skin is not flawless, not on my face nor my legs'. Olivia had shot to stardom in June last year when she appeared on the second season of ITV2 dating show Love Island.
Olivia, who claimed she was asked about the woman in a recent interview, claimed she decided to stay 'very middle grounded' and 'respect' her by comparison.
She continued: 'To comment on something or have an opinion is a human right, however to single out a girl half your age again and again is to me and I don't want to silently tolerate that anymore.'I accept myself, I accept my past and I like to look to the future with my gorgeous fiance and try and be positive as much as possible even with my down days.' Her boyfriend Alex proposed to Olivia during a trip to New York at the end of last year and they are currently living together in Essex.
Olivia's crop top featured a perilously low-cut neckline that left her plentiful cleavage firmly on display and boasted a cute frill around the hem.
Jodie had come to blows with a slew of reality stars back in January, after she took to Twitter to share her thoughts on Chloe Ferry's surprising early exit from Celebrity Big Brother. PEOPLE HAVE WOKEN UP.' The blonde-haired beauty then found herself feeling the wrath of Gaz Beadle, Aaron Chalmers, Scotty T and Olivia Buckland, who all referenced her reality past in their response.
She had tweeted: 'RIP Geordie Shore, Love Island & Ex On the Beach. Olivia had accused Jodie of being 'bitter', while Scott had posted old photos of Jodie clad in a series of scanty outfits - including her famous belt look - and labelling her a 'f**king scruff'.
On arrival to the event, she appeared in high spirits as she struck up a series of poses for photographers.
The starlet was joined by her Love Island co-star Tina Stinnes, who had joined Olivia on the second series of the dating show as a latecomer.