MAFS star Sophie Brown strips to leopard print bikini as she goes on spa day with axed co-star | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight star Sophie brown strips down to a leopard print bikini with axed co-star.

Sophie took to Instagram to share snaps of her luxury spa day with her MAFS pal in Manchester.

The 26-year-old spent the evening with Shona Manderson, 31, just a few weeks after the show revealed that the Performing Arts Teacher had been axed.

Brad Skelly was kicked off the show after displaying ‘controlling’ behaviour towards his bride, Shona.

During the spa day, Sophie donned a leopard print triangle bikini as she posed in the locker room.

The pair shared a laugh before they unwound for a LED facial.

The duo were recently spotted heading to a bar in Manchester.

Shona flaunted her physique in a black dress featuring a stylish low-cut cowl neck and a side slit whilst Sophie wore a multicoloured, plunging body con dress.

Last month, Shona opened up about the toxic TV split.

The star hit out at Brad, 27, and branded him a "liar".

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She captioned an Instagram photo: "I applied for MAFS for love but unfortunately the person I was matched with was there to promote himself as a meditation guide, he love bombed me and ultimately I was sent home for his horrible behaviour.

"In the experiment I was completely blind sided by 'I love you'. All his s***** behaviour but followed by 'but I love you'.

"Even going as far as lying to people when we were sent home saying we chose to leave the experiment because we found ‘love’ in each other."

She added: "When we finally went our separate ways he told me he never loved me, it was just a TV show, it was lust and he never had any emotional attachment to me whatsoever."

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