Olivia Bowen stuns in crop top after saying she ‘felt like an Alien’ after giving birth

New mum Olivia Bowen looked stunning as she flashed her midriff in a tiny red crop top as she enjoyed a night out at the Boux Avenue Halloween Party in London with fellow former Love Island stars.

Olivia, who gave birth to her son Abel, who she shares with husband Alex Bowen, 30, in June, looked amazing in the red lacy halterneck number, after previously admitting she "felt like an alien" after giving birth.

The 28 year old teamed the top with some wide-legged cargo pants which were cinched in at the ankle and black leather court shoes.

She slung a black blazer over her shoulders and wore her short blonde hair in waves as she added a slick of cherry-red lipstick to complete the look.

Olivia made sure to catch up with other Islanders Laura Anderson and Liberty Poole at the party, who were also dressed for the occasion.

Laura rocked a slinky latex catsuit, cat ears, fake blood around her neck and glitter on her face, while Liberty went for an angelic look in a sparkly co-ord with white patent leather platform boots, fluffy wings and a halo.

Too Hot to Handle's Beaux Raymond was also there, dressed in a simple black outfit with a red cross painted onto her chest.

Olivia has previously opened up about her body confidence following the birth of Abel, after fellow new mum Chloe Madeley said she "couldn't ever imagine feeling sexy again" despite showing off her midriff three weeks after giving birth.

Speaking to MailOnline, Olivia said: "More luck to her [Chloe] if she's come out with a body banging like that and you want to show it off. Go for it, I think it's just a difficult thing because some women find it so hard afterwards."

Olivia said: "For me, as well I feel very alien in my body, I feel very different. At the same time, I know I will feel sexy again, 100 per cent.

"Because I know that feeling sexy and feeling confident comes from within, it doesn't come from what you look like or what body shape you have.

"It's all relative to the person that has the emotions.. On her behalf she must not be able to feel like herself and I can completely sympathise with that."

"When I had Abel I didn't feel like myself, I felt like a different version of myself and I think you are in a bit of a daze when you have a baby so you don't really know how to feel.

"She's only had the baby a few weeks ago, her hormones are still raging, you can't really attack a woman for how she's feeling, it doesn't matter if it's not how you feel, we are all going to feel differently towards it."


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