Photographs have emerged of Love Island’s first ever deaf contestant Tasha Ghouri with a baby bump taken just months before she entered the villa. Eagle-eyed fans found the pictures on a popular e-commerce website, and she looks glowing.
Tasha is currently coupled up with Andrew Le-Page, and the pair recently got the first night in the Hideaway this series. However, fellow contestant Jay Younger recently stirred things up when he suggested to Andrew that he was more emotionally invested in the relationship than Tasha.
But while the drama continues on-screen, fans of Tasha have been left distracted by photographs of her off-screen. Images have emerged of Tasha modelling for ASOS maternity, where she can be seen with a blossoming baby bump.
In the image, Tasha wears a nude bardot midaxi dress. Her look is completed by a pair of sunglasses….and a huge baby bump.
In another image, Tasha models a sage green satin dress with long sleeves and bow detailing across her cleavage.
It’s not the first time Tasha has gone viral thanks to her ASOS modelling career. Last year she went viral after she posed in a cochlear implant on the e-commerce site.
An ASOS fan tweeted at the time: “Love to see it” followed by a smiley face and clapping hands emojis. “Well done @ASOS hearing aids on an earring model”.
Another shopper highlighted the use of representation on the site earlier this year in April, when Twitter-user @asiasmith_16 wrote: “Definitely not crying because of @ASOS using an earring model with a hearing aid. “It’s the first time I’ve ever seen a model with a hearing impairment, let alone an earring model, and it’s so refreshing to see this kind of representation for people like me.”
After the tweet racked up thousands of likes and retweets, model Natasha responded to the tweet, explaining her condition. She said: “This is a cochlear implant which is more advanced than hearing aids.
“I’m also modelling their clothes etc! So not just doing earrings which is the biggest achievement I’ve done! Proving out there that no matter what disability you’ve got.. you can do it”.