Love Island’s Georgia Harrison poses in her thong with an elephant

LOVE Island babe Georgia Harrison wowed her Instagram followers by posing in a thong next to an elephant.

She posted the sexy snap online to try and raise awareness of a jewellery company which donates profits to animal charities around the world.

 Georgia Harrison wowed her fans with this picture of herself posing in a thong next to an elephant

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Georgia Harrison wowed her fans with this picture of herself posing in a thong next to an elephant

Georgia, who starred in the 2017 series of the hit ITV2 show, beamed as she cuddled up next to the magnificent creature.

She wrote next to the snap: “Follow @rhimaniuk for beautiful jewellery.

“All of the money earnt goes towards helping animals across the globe.

“Tbt to a time where moments stood still and nothing else mattered.”

Love Island’s Georgia Harrison, Chyna Ellis, Gabby Allen and Tyne-Lexy in sexy reunion party at BH Hotel Mallorca
 Since appearing in Love Island last year, Georgia has become a firm fan favourite

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Since appearing in Love Island last year, Georgia has become a firm fan favourite

Georgia’s fans loved the snap, with one telling her: “Great photo!”

Another complimented Georgia and wrote next to the picture: “You look gorgeous.”

Georgia was recently praised by her fans and women’s charities for opening up about her experience of being in an abusive relationship.

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She wrote in Women’s Health: “I chose to write about this specific subject because I myself was once in an extremely abusive relationship at the age of 18.

 Georgia, here with her Love Island co-stars Gabby Allen, left, and Amber Davies, right,

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Georgia, here with her Love Island co-stars Gabby Allen, left, and Amber Davies, right,

“One of the things I found hard during that time was to accept that I was the victim of domestic abuse.

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“You can’t escape something that you cannot define and often in circumstances like this those who are violent are often manipulative.

“They convince you that you are the problem, that you deserve the abuse you are receiving and that if anything you are ‘over exaggerating’.”

Since appearing on Love Island, Georgia has become a hit with fans of the show who still follow her career.


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