Amber takes aim at Molly-Mae's Pretty Little Thing collection with her own big announcement as their rivalry rumbles on

It's no secret Love Island's Amber Gill has a rivalry with Molly-Mae Hague.

So it won't have raised eyebrows when the feisty star took a swipe at her rival's Pretty Little Thing collection with her own announcement she was going to model for Miss Pap.

The Newcastle born beauty used her big reveal to make a scathing stab at her fellow Love Island co-star.

Molly-Mae had been accused of not being inclusive for girls of all shapes and sizes with her Pretty Little Thing collection.

Amber was sure to mention she had "more importantly" been "inclusive for girls of all shapes and sizes".

She wrote: "I wanted to take my time in the design process so my collection is perfect, embodies style and more importantly is inclusive for girls of all shapes and sizes."

The Love Island winner, who was cruelly dumped by Greg O'Shea via text, landed the £1million fashion deal.

Molly-Mae only scooped a £500,000 deal with her Pretty Little Thing collection.

In full, Amber revealed: "Oh hey it's just me your NEW MISS PAP babe. I honestly cannot believe it!! Soooo excited to be part of the fresh Miss Pap brand...

"It's been a long anticipated announcement by me and I've been dying to tell you all...

"I cannot wait for you to see what I've been working on you know it's going to be GOOOD."

The Mirror has approached representatives for Amber Gill and Molly-Mae Hague for comment.

Amber has hinted at a rivalry with Molly-Mae since the Love Island series came to an end.

The bombshell appeared to make an underhand jibe at the blonde when she claimed she and BFF Anna Vakili have the "realest relationship" to come out of the villa.

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Amber seemed to suggest Molly-Mae and her beau Tommy Fury were fake with this thinly-veiled dig.

Molly-Mae was also excluded from a Love Island girls' sleepover when Amber's BFF Anna drew up the guestlist for the night.

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