RITA Ora shared several of sizzling sun-soaked shots on her Instagram stories today.
The 29-year-old singer is currently isolating in with pals at the South West property 150 miles from her North London home despite publicly backing lockdown rules.
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Keeping spirits up, the star who posed in a pair of leopard print bikini bottoms and a white T-shirt that teased at her abs.
Posing in the garden of her rented abode, Rita smouldered down the camera lens while her hair fell over on one side.
In another photo, the songstress went braless under a lilac coloured ribbed T-shirt and playfully cover her modesty with flower emojis.
The former X Factor judge teamed the form-fitting garment with a plethora of necklaces and statement shades.
Her sultry appearance comes two weeks after she was blasted for seeing out the coronavirus crisis in a rented holiday home.
Locals claim she has been living it up with pals at the South West property 150 miles from her North London home despite publicly backing lockdown rules.
Her agent insisted she had arrived at the idyllic farmhouse on March 21 — prior to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s stay-at-home edict.
The Hot Right Now singer will remain tucked away in the country pile until it is safe to head home.
Residents said her party have been enjoying bike rides, shooing away neighbours on public footpaths near the property and using drones to follow them.
They added that her guests were shouted at by a farmer after wandering on to private land.
One local wrote on an online residents’ group: “Surely she should respect the rules and have stayed in f****** London?”
Another told how her seven-year-old son was “reduced to tears” by security staff screaming at them when they were on a nearby public footpath.
She said: “Minutes later a drone sent up from the property followed us as we walked away.”
Meanwhile Rita has showed her 16.2million Instagram fans snaps of her getaway, including hashtags “stayhome” and “activitiesfromhome”.
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Friends said she has had five people at her holiday home working on her album, and denies throwing raucous parties or being responsible for any behaviour that has upset locals.
A pal said: “She is deadly serious about coronavirus lockdown and doing her bit by self- isolating and not travelling home.”
A live daytime TV interview the singer gave during lockdown on April 10, and Rita’s online videos showing her clapping for the NHS, were filmed from her rural haven.
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