CHLOE Ferry soaked up the sun in a thong latex bikini during her holiday in Portugal.
The Geordie Shore star, 25, looked sensational as she enjoyed some downtime with friend Bethan Kershaw.
Chloe laid down by the pool, showing off her incredible body as she wore just the string bikini.
She let her hair fall down as she lifted her head up to the sun.
When the reality star received enough vitamin D, she made her way to the sunbed, where she donned a pair of sunglasses and wiped herself down with a towel.
She then laid on her side, leaving her hand on her hip and the other resting on her head.
After, Chloe and Bethan decided to have a chat on the table and chairs, enjoying what looks like an amazing holiday.
The two stars are also with Sophie Kasaei and Abbie Holborn on the trip to Albufeira.
The pals jetted to the Algarve after the country confirmed it was open to British visitors and the UK added it to its 'Green List'.
Chloe has managed to enjoy the sunshine throughout the coronavirus pandemic – she only left Dubai in January after a month-long stay.
The 25-year-old star was hit by a backlash for travelling to the holiday destination amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
And she was caught flouting rules as she filmed herself on Instagram walking from Dubai Airport and the plane without wearing a mask.
Reality stars and influencers came under fire for jetting abroad despite Covid restrictions earlier this year, with many stars insisting that the sun-soaked holiday destinations were "essential work trips".
But many are now free to flock to Portugal and other countries on the UK's green list.
Since May 17, international travel has returned with a traffic light system in place, but which countries have made it onto the green list with no quarantine restrictions?
Countries who made it onto the green list have a low rate of infections and a steady number of vaccinations being distributed.
Holidaymakers can now jet off to those nations without the worry of quarantine restrictions, as foreign holidays have now restarted.
However, travel requires a pre-flight Covid test as well as a PCR test on day two of returning to the UK.
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