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Demi Rose puts on a VERY racy display in jungle print cut-out gown as she joins Love Island beauties at star-studded London brunch party

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She’s been keeping her Instagram followers entertained with regular racy uploads during lockdown.

And now the restrictions are easing, model Demi Rose made sure to dress to impress for the HLD summer brunch event in London on Sunday.

The Instagram sensation looked stunning in a cut-out, jungle print gown for the star-studded night out at Jin Bo Law in the capital.

Demi turned heads as she arrived at the glam party in her gorgeous gown.

The flowing number featured a bold leaf print on the bodice, and a blue butterfly print on the skirt.

Demi held court inside the bash, hopping behind the bar to pour some delicious looking cocktails and posing for photos with her pals.

Demi was joined by a long line of reality star beauties at the fun night out, marking many of the guest’s first big event in months.

Love Island twins Jess and Eve Gale matched in white strapless mini dresses, showing off their glowing tans as they strutted inside.




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