Love IslandのTasha Ghouriは、肌に密着した革のキャットスーツで信じられないほどに見えます

LOVE Island star Tasha Ghouri wowed on a star studded Halloween red carpet in a skintight leather catsuit.

The blonde bombshell looked sizzling as she debuted her costume for a spooky-themed bash in town.

Tasha attended the bash in London last night

Tasha attended the bash in London last nightクレジット: ゲッティ
She was joined by her beau Andrew Le Page

She was joined by her beau Andrew Le Pageクレジット: ゲッティ

ザ・ ラブアイランド star cut a sexy figure as she attended the MAC Haunted Mansion Halloween Party last night at London’s Brunswick House.

ターシャ, 24, walked the line in a tight leather catsuit with black boot heels.

To complete the outfit she donned a large black leather cape style coat as she placed a small white leather clutch over her right shoulder.

The reality TV personality accentuated her features with a tight contoured face, thick black eye-liner and bold red lip gloss.

Tasha styled her hair into a messy bun adorned with a cat ear headband as two blonde strands panelled her face.

She was accompanied by her boyfriend アンドリュー・ル・ページ, 27, who cut a more low-key look.

The fellow reality TV star held his girlfriend on the red carpet wearing a forest green and yellow satin bomber jacket.

Underneath he chose a simple black t-shirt and jeans combination along with white Nike trainers.

He accessorised his look with a simple pendant chain necklace whilst his face was marked in a skeleton pattern outline in yellow neon paint.

This comes as earlier this week Tasha revealed her boyfriend’s sweet tattoo tribute 彼女に.

The blonde bombshell made reality TV history as the first ever deaf contestant ヴィラで.

And her partner dedicated a meaningful tattoo to support her journey, which Tasha revealed on Twitter.

Alongside an image of the ink, [object Window]: “So Andrew came home and surprised me with his new tattoo, I actually can’t even!!!!!!!

How beautiful it’s I love you in BSL with my cochlear implant wrapped around

The 24-year-old was born deaf and received her first cochlear implant at 5-years-old, to help her process sounds and speech.