Love Island’s Molly Smith shows off her boob job results after cosmetic surgery

Love Island’s Molly Smith shows off her boob job results after cosmetic surgery

Former Lover Islander Molly Smith has showed off her recent boob job results at a fashion event.

The 27-year-old had the procedure a few weeks ago at Transform Hospital Group and has revealed the results.

The model starred on last year's season of the ITV reality show Love Island and attended a showbiz party at Club L where she showcased her new busty look in a pink dress.

She attended the event with several other former islanders including Faye Winter, Sophie Piper, AJ Bunker and Sharon Gaffka.

Molly seems to have changed her mind about undergoing the cosmetic surgery after previously saying she wasn't considering it.

The Manchester star can be seen in a video, with the camera rotating around and showing the other islanders, as she blows a kiss down the lens.

The blonde beauty previously said on Instagram: "Nothing against those who [have surgery], I just personally don't want it."

The comments came after she was viciously attacked by trolls about the size of her chest.

Molly made her entrance onto the winter edition of Love Island in Casa Amor.

She coupled up with now-boyfriend Callum Jones who was paired with Shaughna Phillips at the time.

25-year-old Callum returned to the main villa with Molly, sending contestants and fans into shock.

The couple were dumped days before the final, but the most iconic line of the series came after the pair returned to the villa.

Shaughna, who had stayed loyal to Callum, bluntly said: "Congrats, hun."

The final saw Finn Tapp and Paige Turley announced as the winners and walk away with £25,000 each.

After the show, Molly and Callum moved in together in Manchester.

Molly has since worked with several fashion brands, like lots of former islanders do, including I Saw It First.

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