Body positivity activist Honey Ross almost risked a wardrobe malfunction this week, after she posed in a daringly low-cut dress for her fans on Instagram.
The daughter of chat show host Jonathan Ross turned the heat all the way up, as she posed seductively for her latest snap online.
Wearing a colourful dress that radiated green and orange tones, Honey, 24, went makeup-free for the car selfie.
Looking like a young Drew Barrymore, the star wore her strawberry blonde hair in a short teased style while posing with her lips slightly open.
She also showed off her ample chest as her low-cut dress hugged her bosoms.
To complete the overall look, Honey added a pair of round shaped glasses and silver chain with a pendant attached.
Captioning the gorgeous photo, the writer penned: "Normalise minding your business and not commenting on how my seatbelt is choking me out."
Honey's fans most definitely loved what they saw, and sent the TV personality an array of complimentary messages.
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One fan penned: "Aww your hair looks adorable."
Another wrote: "So hawwwwwwwwt."
While a third commented: "So stunning."
Although Honey is recognised as a body confidence activist to many, she previously revealed that her teenage years were filled with turmoil, as she desperately tried to change how she looked and felt about herself.
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During her teen years, Honey would desperately try to lose weight, with her heartbroken parents putting her on diets in a bid to help her.
Speaking candidly on Loose Women previously, the blonde beauty explained how her parents had tried to "solve the problem" by helping her lose weight – but insists that it's not what parents should be doing.
She said: "From a young age, I felt I didn’t have any control over my image.
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"I felt I didn’t have a place to carve out my own identity. I found Instagram and I was like, 'I can express myself and show people who I really am.'
"It was a way for me to figure myself out better. I have parents who were raised in the same society as all of us."
The star continued: "They saw me, a teenage girl coming home saying, 'I hate my body.'
"They tried to give me solutions to a problem I brought to them, which was to lose weight.
"They presented me with diets and diets, as we know, don’t work and are absolutely toxic."
She finished off by saying: "My advice to parents is keep that as far away from your children as possible, if you want them to have a good relationship with food and their bodies growing up do not shame them."
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