Olivia Attwood braved the plunging temperatures in London this week by stepping out in a velvet corset and leather jacket for a night out.
The 29-year-old reality star braved the December chill for an evening in swanky Mayfair with pals including Clelia Theodorou on Wednesday night.
The former Love Island favourite wore a festive red velvet top which she paired with a £4,300 classic Chanel Le Boy handbag.
Olivia clutched a disposable face mask in her hand along with her phone while posing for snappers outside MNKY House as she left follower dinner with her girlfriends.
She teamed her top with comfy black high-waisted leggings and a pair of glittering pointed-toe heels.
The telly personality attempted to shield herself from the elements with a black leather jacket draped around her shoulders.
She completed the look with a gold chain necklace and her hair styled in two small braids from a centre parting to keep her dyed blonde locks away from her face.
At the end of the night, she took to Instagram to tell fans about her fun evening.
She wrote: "Best night... such a lovely vibe and amazing food..."
Olivia's night out comes weeks after she went public with her terrifying breast cancer scare.
Concerned fans saw her break down in tears during a meal with her soon-to-be mother-in-law after revealing she underwent surgery to remove a lump from her breast.
She got uncharacteristically emotional in an episode of Olivia Meets Her Match when tears flowed during dinner with her fiance Bradley Dack's family.
During the meal, Olivia was overcome with emotion when Bradley’s mum raised a glass to her to welcome her to the family.
Olivia told them: "It means a lot to me to be welcomed into your family.
"I'm being serious, it does. Throughout loads of periods of my life people haven’t got who I am. I can be misunderstood. It's a lot. A lot of hair, a lot of boobs and I just love your son a lot."
Olivia previously revealed to fans that it had been "a rough couple of weeks".
She said: "I found a lump at the top of my right breast and it was quite hard and I could really feel it was quite near the surface.
"It’s causing me now quite a lot of pain and discomfort.
"The chances are it’s going to be nothing, but it still sits a bit in the pit in your stomach."
In the episode Olivia met with her surgeon to have an ultrasound scan and breathed a sigh of relief when he told her he's "confident that this isn't breast cancer".
She then told how she had decided to have surgery to remove the lump as a precaution.
Olivia was also seen having the lump of her right breast removed while under local anaesthetic.