Dua Lipa is enjoying some downtime after a very busy start to the year with a holiday in Jamaica, with the singer taking to Instagram to share a number of snaps from the trip, including one of herself in a tiny Hello Kitty bikini.
The star looked like she was about to risk a wardrobe malfunction as she posed in the crocheted two-piece.
Showing off her figure in the snap, Dua posed in front of the beach with a pair of bright blue sunglasses on her head.
"Living on island time," she captioned the snap.
Gossip Instagram account Deuxmoi commented, "Vacation inspo," while Penelope Cruz added, "How beautiful!"
The Hello Kitty Instagram account also commented with several heart eyes emojis.
"Love that outfit so much!" one follower wrote.
"Gorgeous gorgeous girls wear Hello Kitty bikinis," another added, while others called her a "goddess" and "so hot".
Many others begged the singer to get into the studio and release her third album.
The singer later shared more snaps from her trip, including some of her wearing a denim bralette, which fans described as "perfection".
It comes after the star divided fans after attending the GCDS show at Milan Fashion Week wearing a black sheer dress with black lingerie underneath and accessorising with a bright red love heart-shaped handbag and black heels.
Some fans thought it was a stunning look, while others questioned why she would choose to wear such an outfit.
"Hottest in the industry," one fan wrote on Twitter.
"She forgot to put on the actual outfit," another said.
"She looks so good!" a third added, while another disagreed, "She's beautiful, but the dress..."
"Do people wear clothes anymore? How is a bikini 'fashion'," someone else added.
Others described her look as "stunning" and called her the "queen of pop".
Dua has previously spoken about her style, telling Refinery29, "I've never really wanted to put myself in a box and say, 'This is my style and these are my style staples.' I love to experiment and play around."
"It's kind of like music: The sound doesn't just include the face of the artist. And the artist should wear the clothes, not the other way around. Fashion can't be forced."
She continued, "You’re allowed to be whatever you choose to be and whatever you want to put out into the world. And I don’t think anybody’s really allowed to tell you can and can’t wear."
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