Maisie Smith fans hit with ‘sensitive content warning’ as she poses in tiny bikini

Maisie Smith had compliments pouring in as she posed alongside her man Max George in a sizzling TikTok post. Maisie, 21, appeared to be showing off inside the couple’s new home together as she declared “cant pick a wallpaper.”

In the background were samples of wallpaper, but fans of the former EastEnders actress were otherwise distracted. The star began the clip in a pink dressing gown while The Wanted singer Max was also in lounge gear.

The video then cut to Maisie wearing a tiny bikini under a long skirt as Maisie held up her phone in front of a large gold mirror. She teamed her beige bikini with a green long tiered skirt.

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TikTok users were also intrigued to see she had paired the outfit with oversized fluffy snow boots. Some fans were confused by the outfit.

ash luvz ash asked: “Has she gone out wearing this?” Han said: “I’m confused.” Laura asked: “You’re aware its meant to snow like tonight yeah?” And HannahD said: “Very bizzare in how they dress.”

Fans spotted a warning on the post

But Ellouise responded: “Very bizzare how u judge others on things that don’t affect ur life in the slightest.” Crystal replied to the comments: “Good job you don’t have to wear it then!!!” Andrew applauded: “Its amazing.” And JOLIE also clapped back: “it’s just fashion. not everyone wants to wear boring skinny jeans and new look bardot tops.”

Emma said: “It’s so cute you make such a good couple.” Rose wrote: “I’m actually obsessed.” Millie May applauded: “Love your outfit Maisie!!” And Louise Walpole commented: “Love this. love you both together. you look so good together.”

zkrbtzi said: “This fit is FIYAHHHH.” mommatoe told Maisie: “Your body not fair xxx.” Sophie McKinney said: “Abs for days.” And izzie_tattersall1 cheered: “THE HOTTEST COUPLE EVERRRRRR.”

But other followers were confused to get a ‘senstive content warning’ as Maisie opted for the sweary song Don’t Hate Me by Lola Young to go with the video. Ally asked: “Did anyone else get a ‘sensitive content’ warning?” And Meg Judd asked: “Why did this have a warning over it?”


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