Chloe Ferry flashes her bum in a thong after split with Sam Gowland before going for lunch with her mum – The Sun

CHLOE Ferry flashed her bum in a thong as she showed her ex Sam Gowland what he was missing.

The Geordie Shore veteran, 23, went for lunch with her mum Liz after posting her bold pose on Instagram.

Chloe left little to the imagination as she showed off her famous curves in a thong bikini on Instagram.

The reality TV star revealed her tiny waist and curvy bum in her barely there cream thong.

She then headed out for lunch with her lookalike mum Liz, who revealed a dramatic transformation earlier this year with her blonde hair, dazzling new teeth and face fillers.

Chloe showed off her curves in leopard print cycling shorts and a cream crop top.

had a dramatic transformation

Chloe's mum looked snazzy in a black top with sparkly sleeves and a pair of jeans.

Their lunch date came just days after her Geordie Shore co-star ex Sam accused Chloe of cheating on him TWICE.

Sam made the accusation in a candid rant on Instagram.

The Sun told how Chloe quit Geordie Shore last month following a row in the house with Sam – and he's now revealed it all kicked off when he said she'd betrayed him with other men.

The tumultuous couple have caused confusion in recent months with their on/off relationship status, but Sam, 23, gave his Instagram followers a step-by-step account of their relationship timeline in order to clear things up.



The star, who branded Chloe a c*** last month on Instagram, said: "I feel like I've kept my mouth quiet on the whole situation and I didn't want to do this but it is really frustrating that she is playing victim and I've kept quiet about everything.

"So we split up, it wasn't working. Then we got back together and went to Magaluf, working together on a (personal appearance). "From Magaluf I flew to Ibiza for two days. I came back from Ibiza and then on the day that I came back, Chloe flew to Ibiza.

"She cheated on me, in Ibiza, whilst she was texting me saying, 'Sam please get me a flight home, I don't want to be here.

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