Aisleyne Horgan Wallace stuns in white bikini as she shows off her curves on the beach in Cancun
Aisleyne Horgan Wallace proudly showed off her incredible figure in a white bikini on the beach in Cancun.
The Big Brother star looked carefree as she rolled around on the sand and giggled.
In one of the snaps bared her pert bottom, showing off sandy cheeks.
In 2021 she had a Brazilian bum lift, in a bid to boost her OnlyFans content.
The model looked stunning in her strappy swim wear after taking a dip in the sea to cool down.
She pulled her long blonde tresses into a high bun on her head and added a pair a large pair of gold hoops.
Aisleyne recently spoke about her success on OnlyFans after she was quizzed by fans.
She wrote: “For those of you asking…. I took a while off my only fans because my ex partner didn’t like me doing it & I chose to respect his feelings.
“I’m now back on there because I’m single & wouldn’t mind buying another house in 1.5 months like I did last time.
“From taking photos & chatting to my male fans. It’s simple maths.”
In 2021, Aisleyne opened up about her property portfolio while posting a photo holding a key.
She wrote: “From homeless to owning multiple properties. From daydreamer to dream maker. Just got my keys for a property I just bought which I haven’t even viewed. So when they call me names, I smile sweetly and say…. OK!”
Since then, Aisleyne has been proudly showing off the results of her bum lift surgery after having to put on a stone and a half to get it done.
The star previously told her fans: “You can’t get the bigger hips, you can’t look like Jessica Rabbit. And I want to look like her. I want to be running her out of competition. I want to run Jessica Rabbit off the streets with my big hips and big booty.”
Last year she openly spoke about her heartbreak after suffering a miscarriage – losing her fifth baby.
During her 20s, Aisleyne lost four babies, including one who was stillborn, before doctors discovered she had rhesus negative blood. In pregnancy this can cause rhesus disease which, if untreated, makes it difficult to carry a baby to full-term.
At the age of 23, Aisleyne had to give birth at six and a half months, knowing the baby had not survived.
Aisleyne opened up to The Sun about her dream of becoming a mum and admitted she thought it might be too late.
She said: “Unfortunately, as women we’ve got a sell-by date on our ovaries, which is a scary thought.
“I’m really starting to panic that it’s just not going to happen for me.
“I always saw kids as part of my future but I was also very career driven and that kind of took priority.
“I look back and wonder if I should have done things differently. Should I have prioritised having a family? I don’t know.