Chloe Burrows jetted off to Ibiza for her 28th birthday celebrations, where she was joined by a number of her pals including Millie Court and Lottie Moss.
The former Love Islander documented some of the celebrations on her Instagram page, where she wrote: "28 and GREAAAATTTT!!!
"Woken up hungover with my best friend in the whole world in Ibiza couldn’t ask for a BETTA START TO THE DAY!!! Anyways love u all gunna go party all day xxxxx Love from chloe xxx."
Chloe's celeb pals were quick to comment on the post, with N-Dbuz's Tulisa Contostavlos commenting: "Hellllll no you did not go back [laughing emoji] happy birthday my beaut!"
While fellow ex-Love Islander Tanya Manhenga added: "Happy birthday you [two white heart emojis]" and Geordie Shore's Vicki Pattinson penned: "Happy birthday beautiful [heart-eye emoji]."
Throughout her partying, Chloe shared snaps to her Instagram story as she showed off her enviable figure in a pink snake-skin patterned bikini while posing for photo with her pals.
Chloe, who recently appeared on Celebs Go Dating where she became fast friends with OnlyFans model Lottie, appeared in Love Island back in 2021, where she made it to the final alongside then-boyfriend Toby Aromolaran.
However, the pair split just over a year after leaving the Spanish villa, with Chloe most recently enjoying a string of dates on E4's Celebs Go Dating.
The show's final saw Chloe reflect on her positive experience on the show, adding that it had held her find herself again following her rather high-profile split.
Speaking to dating expert Anna Williamson, Chloe became emotional as she explained: "I just feel like this experience has taught me so much about myself.
"I have learned so much during my time here, and I will be forever grateful to the agents. My friends will be a testament to this, I’ve really found myself again."
Ahead of her time on the show, Chloe had opened up about the public nature of her split, and how it was the "the worst thing" she had been through.
She explained: "I wouldn’t want someone who is so public and shares a lot of their life If it doesn’t work out, you have to go through a public break-up, which is literally the worst thing I have been through.
"I wouldn’t do that again. If I didn’t post anything about the two of us for like three days, I was hounded.
"I felt pressure to keep everyone updated. If I hadn’t had that pressure it would have been a lot more smooth sailing I reckon."
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