She shot to fame on Love Island 2019.
And Belle Hassan was among many reality stars making the most of lockdown restrictions easing on Friday as she stepped out in London.
The TV beauty, 23, looked stylish as she flashed her midriff in a zebra-print crop top and ripped blue jeans heading to Gaucho Broadgate for a night out.
Glammed up: Love Island star Belle Hassan looked stylish as she flashed her midriff in a zebra-print crop top on a night out in London on Friday
Belle showed off her toned tummy in the crop top and jeans combination that cinched in at her waist with a black belt.
The make-up artist went for comfort as she paired the causal ensemble with white trainers and carried her essentials in a tan purse.
The media personality went for a glamorous make-up look, with a glossy nude lip and accessorised with some hooped earrings.
Casual: The reality TV beauty, 23, was all glammed up for the night out in the crop top and ripped jeans combination that cinched in at her waist with a black belt
Belle rose to prominence in the 2019 summer series of Love Island, where she struck up a short-lived romance with Anton Danyluk, which ended just five weeks after they left the villa.
It comes after Belle had a candid discussion about her mental health with her dad, British actor and Hollywood hardman Tamer Hassan on his podcast Family Business.
Revealing how difficult things were for her when she was younger, a clearly emotional Belle said: ‘It’s not something that’s easy for me to talk about. I don’t mind talking about it but it’s not easy.
Out on the town: The star went for a glamorous make-up look, with a glossy nude lip and accessorised with some hooped earrings
‘As you know dad, when I was a kid I did go through a stage of self harming. For me that was something I really struggled with, and again it all came from a thing of…’
Belle could then be heard struggling to compose herself, as her dad told the audience: ‘We’re all welling up here. Take your time.’
Expressing sympathy for those in similar situations, Belle continued: ‘Mental health has been something that has been close to me, and I think when I’ve worked with young girls, I’ve seen that in so many of them.’
‘It’s normal to hate yourself, it’s normal to feel like you’re not enough, you’re worthless, you’re this, you’re that.
‘Being young and feeling like that about yourself is horrible.’
Candid: It comes after Belle had a candid discussion about her mental health with her dad, Hollywood hardman Tamer Hassan on his podcast Family Business