SCOTT MCTOMINAY's partner Cam Reading has stunned fans as she lived up the last days of summer in luxurious Mykonos.
The Greek island has become the destination of choice for many footballers and their partners this summer – thanks to its warm weather, stunning beaches and choices of restaurants and beach clubs.
Reading shared a picture from a girls night out alongside the caption: "When the holiday makes it out the group chat."
Fans and friends alike were quick to heap praise on Cam, who has dated McTominay for a year.
One said: "Unreal."
Another wrote: "Gorg."
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While a third said: "Beautiful girls."
Cam also shared a second picture from the holiday, alongside the caption: "Dragging Summer out as long as possible ✨."
In response someone commented: "Such a babe."
While a second wrote: "Stunning."
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A third commented: "Stunner."
Cam and McTominay recently celebrated their first year anniversary on holiday in St.Tropez.
McTominay has impressed in international duty this week as Scotland have continued their fine European qualification form.
The midfielder scored again for his national side as he opened the scoring in a 3-0 victory over Cyprus.
McTominay, who usually operates more as a defensive midfielder for Manchester United, is the top scorer in European qualifiers with six goals and one assist in his five games for the Scots.
Scotland currently sit top of Group A, ahead of Spain in second.
The midfielder has found game time hard to come by this season at club level though.
Erik Ten Hag favours Casemiro, Bruno Fernandes, Mason Mount and Christian Eriksen over the Scotland number four and he has only seen just seven minutes of Premier League football this season as a result.
But his scoring record for Scotland is impressive, and could see McTominay remodelled into a more attacking player under Ten Hag.
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