Megan Barton-Hanson and Lottie Moss share very racy snaps from joint LA photoshoot

Megan Barton-Hanson and Lottie Moss have given fans a preview of an upcoming photoshoot as they jet to LA to shoot content for their fans.

Former Love Island star Megan, 28, and model Lottie, 24, posed for a series of behind the scenes photos and videos together as they prepared to pose for a lingerie shoot.

Posing in 3D printer lingerie from designer Nusi Quero, in one shot Megan and Lottie took a selfie in the mirror as they warn “your not ready” to fans.

Megan, who recently hit back at those who “slut shame women”, wore an intricate black lingerie outfit and sky high platform heels as she confidently posed for her 1.6million followers.

Lottie, who was recently open with fans about spending time in rehab, wore a similar outfit in baby pink and wore her hair in a messy bun on the top of her head.

As well as several selfies taken in the mirror, the two women also posted a video of them leaning their heads together in a room with dimmed lighting, giving fans another preview of their shoot.

Lottie recently moved to LA from London to expand her modelling career, in order to do more work with her OnlyFans account.

In a recent video, she explained she was even living with the former Love Island star, saying: “I need cheering up. I'm having a very stressful time at the moment. I'm moving to LA soon – in two weeks.

“I'm moving to get more content. Lots more people do OnlyFans out there. London just isn't for me. I'm moving with Megan Barton Hanson and we're going to live in the same apartment and shoot content together. It's going to be so hot.”

Detailing her plans, she continued: “I'm going to do more variations, more girl on girl. I'm not sure if I would do anything more intense but definitely more girl on girl like kissing and stuff.”

In a recently interview with OK!, Megan also opened up on the criticism she faced when she began working as a stripper prior to appearing on Love Island.

"For years, especially on reality TV, women have always been portrayed as sluts or slut shamed for acting the way that men have.

"I feel like sex workers still get such a hard time in society, so I think to come out and own that people just admire that."

"I had horrendous slut shaming," she added.

"There will be a lot of judgement but you’ve just got to be thick skinned, and if you wanna do it be you. At the end of the day you can’t please everyone so you’ve just got to do what makes you happy."

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