Molly Smith transforms into a sexy cowgirl as she's pictured for the first time since shock split from Callum Jones | The Sun

MOLLY Smith looked incredible as she was pictured for the first time since her shock split from Callum Jones.

The Sun told last week how the Love Island stars had gone their separate ways after meeting on the show in 2020.

But Molly, 30, put her heartbreak on hold and transformed into a sexy cowgirl for a night out at the Shania Twain concert in Manchester.

The blonde beauty stunned in a super short white dress with lace detailing and matching white cowboy boots.

She finished the look with a cowboy hat trimmed with faux fur.

Last week we revealed Callum, 27, had moved out, with the couple splitting custody of their two dogs.

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He took their pug, Winnie while Molly kept their Pomeranian, Nelly.

A source said: "It’s really sad as they were a sweet couple together but it’s over – and has been for a few weeks.

"They’re trying to stay friends – they were together for over three years – but it’s difficult. I think in the end, Molly wanted to get engaged and that didn’t happen.

"Everyone was really surprised when they split as they were perfectly matched. He’s now moved out of the home they shared and they’ve split custody of their two dogs.”

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Callum only recently spoke out about their relationship, insisting: "We are perfect.

"We've got two dogs so we've got a proper little family going, it's lovely.

"We're just enjoying things that we've got at the minute and then family and marriage will eventually come into it."

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