Pep Guardiola's daughter poses in tiny bikini to promote swimwear range as she sends Instagram followers wild | The Sun

PEP GUARDIOLA's daughter has sent her followers wild as she posed in a tiny bikini.

Maria was promoting a swimwear range on her Instagram.

Appearing in a stunning white bikini, the 21-year-old got pulses racing as she posed close up to the camera.

In a short video, the blond beauty briefly flutters her eyes at the camera before turning away.

The short snippet was enough to get her social media followers excited.

One follower wrote: "Once a queen always a queen."


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Another particularly enthusiastic fan said: "Wow delicious sensuality beauty I love you."

The video followed a picture weeks earlier when Maria, with dark hair, posed in a black bikini in a swimming pool.

She has over 383,000 followers and regularly stuns fans with sensational snaps.

Maria appeared romantically linked with former Tottenham ace Dele Alli last year after the two were spotted sharing a rooftop snog.

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They were later seen leaving a Starbucks together months after his split from model Ruby Mae.

Along with the positive reaction to her bikini pics, Maria has plenty to be happy about.

She is reported to be a fan of the side her dad manages, Manchester City, who have had a strong start to the Premier League season.

Their latest win came against Dortmund as Erling Haaland scored a superb acrobatic effort.

The unstoppable Norwegian has had an incredible start to the season and already has 13 goals in all competitions.

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