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Big Brother star Tilly Whitfield can barely contain her assets in a skimpy blue bikini 

Big Brother star Tilly Whitfield can barely contain her assets in a skimpy blue bikini – after revealing her beauty secret is getting snail facials

Tilly Whitfield was braving the chilly weather on Monday.

The former Big Brother Australia star stripped down to a skimpy blue bikini for an Instagram post. 

Grabbing on her bust, which was barely contained in the swimwear, the  22-year-old enjoyed an outdoor shower. 

Tilly Whitfield (pictured) was braving the chilly weather on Monday. The former Big Brother Australia star stripped down to a skimpy blue bikini for an Instagram post

Showing off her incredible figure, the beauty posed in the barely-there bikini bottoms as she rinsed herself off. 

She appeared to have on minimal makeup, her natural beauty showing through as the water rained down. 

Tilly wrote in her Instagram caption: ‘I hate Monday.’   

Tilly wrote in her Instagram caption: 'I hate Monday'

Tilly wrote in her Instagram caption: ‘I hate Monday’

The blonde stunner has never been afraid to push the envelope when it comes to her beauty routine.

She recently shared a video of her unorthodox snail facial to Instagram.

In the video, the reality star placed four snails on her face and let the molluscs crawl all over her skin. 

The blonde stunner has never been afraid to push the envelope when it comes to her beauty routine. She recently shared a video of her unorthodox snail facial to Instagram

The blonde stunner has never been afraid to push the envelope when it comes to her beauty routine. She recently shared a video of her unorthodox snail facial to Instagram 

She claimed the snails mucus contains hyaluronic acid that can 'heal' and 'lighten' scar tissue

She claimed the snails mucus contains hyaluronic acid that can ‘heal’ and ‘lighten’ scar tissue 

She claimed the snails mucus contains hyaluronic acid that can ‘heal’ and ‘lighten’ scar tissue. 

In a caption on the post, the reality TV beauty warned her fans, ‘please do not attempt this at home, snails carry diseases and this was done at my own risk’.

‘These [snails] are not from the garden they are purchased from a breeder and this was supervised so nothing was ingested,’ she added.

'These [snails] are not from the garden they are purchased from a breeder and this was supervised so nothing was ingested,' she added

‘These [snails] are not from the garden they are purchased from a breeder and this was supervised so nothing was ingested,’ she added

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