MIC's Frankie Gaff gives a saucy flash of her derriere as she strips to just a polka dot crop top and thong for rooftop Instagram shoot in Sydney

She is currently enjoying a sun-soaked getaway with best pal Tiffany Watson in Australia.

But Frankie Gaff still found time for a sizzling photo shoot on Wednesday, as she shared a number of scantily-clad shots to her Instagram page.

The reality star, 23, showed off her enviably slender frame in nothing but a plunging crop top and thong as she danced around a rooftop in Sydney - in a bid to make 'the rain go away' while Down Under. 

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Leggy lady: Frankie Gaff slipped into nothing but a spotted crop top and thong on Wednesday as she embarked on a sizzling roof top photo shoot in Australia

Leggy lady: Frankie Gaff slipped into nothing but a spotted crop top and thong on Wednesday as she embarked on a sizzling roof top photo shoot in Australia

The blonde showed off her impressively slender figure in the crop top, patterned with a frill at the hem and white polka dots all over.

Plunging into a deep V to tease at her cleavage, the top then cut off just below her bust, to leave her toned stomach and tiny waist on show.

Paired with nothing but a skimpy black thong, which rose to an eye-watering height at her rear, Frankie displayed her peachy derriere to all as she playfully danced and twirled on the rooftop in Sydney.

Life's peachy: Slipping into a black thong, which rose to an eye-watering height at her rear, Frankie displayed her derriere to all as she danced and twirled on the rooftop in Sydney

Life's peachy: Slipping into a black thong, which rose to an eye-watering height at her rear, Frankie displayed her derriere to all as she danced and twirled on the rooftop in Sydney

Adding sporty striped sliders and leaving her hair in loose, tousled waves, the reality star was effortlessly stunning as she put on a sizzling display for the camera.

Clearly bored of the drizzly weather while away, Frankie captioned the playful shots: 'Trying to do the sun dance so all this rain in Sydney goes away.' 

The blonde joined best pal and MIC co-star Tiffany Watson in Australia last week, who spent the festive period Down Under.  

Bring the sun back: Clearly bored of the drizzly weather while away, Frankie captioned the playful shots: 'Trying to do the sun dance so all this rain in Sydney goes away'

Bring the sun back: Clearly bored of the drizzly weather while away, Frankie captioned the playful shots: 'Trying to do the sun dance so all this rain in Sydney goes away'

Frankie and Tiff have grown even closer in recent months following their break-ups from E4 hunks Jamie Laing and Sam Thompson.

Frankie and Jamie called it quits on their on/off relationship in July after a year-long romance.

It was her flirty behaviour with club promoter Harry in the summer that put the nail in the coffin as the pair were unable to put it behind them. 

Reunited: The blonde joined best pal and MIC co-star Tiffany Watson in Australia last week, who spent the festive period Down Under

Reunited: The blonde joined best pal and MIC co-star Tiffany Watson in Australia last week, who spent the festive period Down Under

During their turbulent romance, Frankie hooked up with someone else while Jamie was also seen to have been 'inappropriate' with another girl.

In April, she discussed the problems the couple were experiencing in an interview with Heat magazine, revealing: 'Things with Jamie aren't great. Everything is up and down with us at the moment. But we're together for now.'

Since the demise of the relationship, she has enjoyed a string of dates with a slew of handsome suitors hoping to win her heart. 

Single ladies: Frankie and Tiff have grown even closer in recent months following their break-ups from E4 hunks Jamie Laing and Sam Thompson

Single ladies: Frankie and Tiff have grown even closer in recent months following their break-ups from E4 hunks Jamie Laing and Sam Thompson

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