She’s recently lost two-stone after a whirlwind year, working hard in the spotlight after starring on the 2018 series of Love Island.
And Alexandra Cane looked confident as she showed off her weight loss in a skintight yellow dress during a night out in London on Monday.
The reality star, 28, cut a stylish figure in the form-hugging ensemble which perfectly clinched at the waist to highlight her hourglass curves.
Sensational: Alexandra Cane, 28, looked fantastic as she showed off her two-stone weight loss in a skintight yellow dress as she stepped out in London on Monday night
Alexandra exuded confidence as she posed in the slinky number which boasted a built in bra and stylish panels down the side.
The brunette beauty wore her sleek locks down for the outing and perfectly styled into soft curls.
Never one to forget to accessorise, Alexandra toted a chic nude handbag with a gold handle and donned an elegant gold necklace.
Looking good: The Love Island star, pictured left on Monday and right in March, has been showing off her toned figure in sultry snaps and looked incredible before and after
To complete her look Alexandra added some height to her frame with a pair of gold strappy heels.
Alexandra has always been candid about her body shape and has been showing off her weight loss and toned physique in a series of sultry snaps recently.
And back in July the beauty championed body positivity on while enjoying a holiday in Mykonos because she looks stunning no matter what her dress size.
Style: Alexandra, pictured in May, has always been candid about her body shape and sharing pictures of herself on social media
Sporting a skimpy black bikini, she proudly displayed her ‘cute and normal rolls’ while moving in time to music as she relaxed next to her hotel pool.
Posting a short video on Instagram, she wrote: ‘Because rolls are cute & very normal. Happy Wednesday you lovely lot. Be kind to yourself today!’
And at the start of November, the Love Island star hit back at fans who claimed she Photoshopped an image posted to her Instagram account.
Keeping it real: In July Alexandra proudly displayed her ‘cute and normal rolls’ as she posed in a bikini while promoting body positivity
The star denied she altered the image after some of her social media followers alleged she edited the striking photo to make her figure appear slimmer.
Alexandra – who has been praised for ‘keeping it real’ in the past – penned: ‘lost perspective? I’m more focused and clearer headed than ever. A shame that’s how you feel but can’t please everyone.’ [sic]
In the snap, the make-up artist highlighted her toned physique in a sheer floral-embroidered bodysuit and leather trousers as she posed up a storm on a bed.
New snap: Alexandra hit back at fans who claimed she Photoshopped an image posted to Instagram of herself looking noticeably slimmer in an all-black ensemble
A few fans were left convinced the TV star edited the stunning snap, with one commenting: ‘That is photoshopped lol’, while another added: ‘Either this is photoshopoed or you’ve stopped eating rapidly.’ [sic]
A third claimed they were ‘disappointed’ by the social media influencer for ‘clearly photoshopping’ her image: ‘For someone who promotes positive body image, its disappointing to see you’ve clearly photoshopped this image! Why?
‘I had so much respect for you, for helping young girls feel comfortable in their own skin…. You’ve literally just undone all your hard work with 1 image, and for what? Your beautiful anyway, without having to photoshop!’, they added.
Doubts: Several people asked whether the snap had been Photoshopped after it was posted
Insisting her appearance is down to her healthy lifestyle, Alexandra slammed: ‘eating well and exercising is unrealistic????? There are zero filters and zero photoshop. Damned if I do, damned if I don’t.’ [sic]
A series of fans backed the outspoken star, with one pal even revealing she captured the image: ‘I took this picture!!! Not photoshopped My G’s! But please continue on your negative path… just elsewhere!!!’ [sic]
Another shared: ‘If you’re accused of being photoshopped, take it as a compliment that someone thinks you look that perfect.’