Celebs Go Datings Lottie Moss bends over in tiny crochet bra for racy snap

Lottie Moss put on a racy display outdoors wearing a tiny crochet bra and a matching thong.

Kate Moss' half-sister sent pulses racing on Thursday (August 24) when she stripped down to the teeny nude ensemble in the garden.

The stunning model left very little to the imagination as she posed playfully on the grass wearing the skimpy knitted ensemble, which exposed her edgy arm tattoos.

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Lottie, who is starring on this year's series of Channel 4's Celebs Go Dating, was able to put her killer physique on full display during her sun-soaked shoot.

One cheeky moment was sure to leave fans hot under the collar as it saw her bend over on the grass and poke out her behind.

She was glowing with a perfect palette of makeup and accessorised her summery look with a stylish set of beaded necklaces.

Lottie, who styled her beautiful blonde locks in pigtails, looked confident as ever in another snap as she threw her arms behind her back gazed off into the distance.

Fans were left swooning in the comments, with one cheekily quipping: "Luckiest neighbours in the world."

Love Island 2018 star Samira Mighty branded her an: "Angel" alongside a heart emoji.

Another fan commented: "Wow! Absolutely stunning."

It comes after Lottie revealed that she's dating fellow Celebs Go Dating contestant Adam Collard, who starred on Love Island in 2017 before returning to the villa last year.

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Speaking on Celebs Go Dating co-star Chloe Burrow's podcast Chloe Vs The World, Lottie said:

"He's very charming, he's handsome obviously 6'5, I like the tattoos.

"It's weird we just have a connection, even the height, the tattoos wouldn't have been enough but we have a special connection."

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