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Gordon Ramsay's daughter Holly has come out with her very own summer collection with Boux Avenue after reports ITV want her to go on Love Island.

The 21 year old, who recently revealed she entered a mental health hospital for three months when she was 18, launched the sizzling collection on Wednesday, 9 June.

Posing outside in the sun with a backdrop of green bushes, the brunette beauty could be seen modelling a pastel blue crop top with a plunging neckline and a frill hemline.

Celebrity TV chef Gordon's daughter donned a matching pair of shorts that featured a similar hemline with a string around the waist to tighten it.

Holly's edit, which comes in size 6-18, also has satin chemises, cotton sets, loungewear, beachwear as well as a range of different one-piece swimsuits to look fashionable by the pool.

In May, it was reported that Holly, who is currently training at Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design in central London, was set to star in the next series of Love Island, which is due to return to screens at the end of this month following a year-long break.

An insider on the show told The Sun Online: “Holly is the big signing – she's the one they really wanted to get. It's taken months of talks but Holly’s committed to it.

“She’s a very exciting addition to the cast and will be a massive hit with the viewers. Holly’s been brought up to work hard, show respect and not to rely on her dad’s celebrity.

“She’s finding her own way and will be successful in her own right.”

It comes after it was recently reported that the popular dating show received "more applications than ever" as it gears up to make an epic comeback.

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Speaking to RadioTimes, ITV commissioner Amanda Stavri said: 'There's been more applications than ever. They've whittled it down and we're all very pleased.

"We've got a big sort of pool at the moment and we need to sort of work out who to put in the opening line-up and who sort of to hold back, you know as a bombshell – we need the bombshells."

The show boss also promised the 2021 line-up will be "diverse and inclusive"

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Love Island’s previous line-ups have been criticised by fans in the past with many claiming the show wasn’t inclusive enough in terms of ethnic backgrounds, body types and did not represent the LGBT community.

ITV responded to claims of not representing the LGBT community, stating it is a “logistical difficulty” due to the format of the show and although the contestants do not have to be 100 per cent straight, it’s important that they have plenty of choices when it comes to coupling up in the show.

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