Love Island Games host Maya Jama has been flaunting her stunning figure in a bikini while on holiday.
The 29 year old shared a snap on Instagram stories, where she's seen rocking a black, white and yellow leopard print bikini top with black bottoms.
She also posted another picture from her recent fashion campaign with Dolce and Gabbana, which was tagged by a fan: "@mayajama slaying the windows in Paris."
Maya, who is back together with British rapper Stormzy, revealed she's in Dubai on a break from filming the new Love Island Games series in Fiji.
She shared a video from the UAE city as she enjoyed dinner in front of the Burj Khalifa, as she enjoyed a glass of red wine.
Maya and Stormzy, who dated from 2015 to 2019 before splitting, confirmed that they had rekindled their romance when they were snapped holding hands during a luxurious trip to Greece in August.
The 30 year old rapper is 'desperate' to become a dad, a source has claimed to OK!, as they share how he has found his 'perfect woman' in the Love Island presenter.
"Stormzy is desperate to become a dad and he'd make a great father. He's great with kids. He's achieved so much in his life but the one thing he's always wanted to achieve is to become a father," said the source.
The source continued: "He's got a very kind heart, is patient, and it's been his dream. He and Maya Jama are happier than ever and are so in love. He's found his perfect woman – and the time is now right."
Stormzy, real name Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr., often spoke of Maya during their time apart, sharing that losing her was the 'biggest loss a man can have'.
Chatting on Louis Theroux Interviews, Stormzy spoke of mistakes he had made in the relationship, sharing: "My break-up, that was probably the biggest catalyst for growth as a man.
“It was like, OK, you made a mistake and you lose someone you loved, someone you cared for, someone who is special to you. That’s probably the biggest loss a man can have, isn’t it? Away from someone passing away, that’s the biggest loss you can have.”
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