Jonathan Ross' daughter Honey showcased her figure in all its glory as she took to social media ahead of the spooky weekend.
The daughter of ITV legend Jonathan is no stranger to flaunting her figure and her latest post was certainly no different as she slipped into a barely-there costume.
Honey, 24, who appeared alongside her father on Celebrity Gogglebox left very little to the imagination as she slipped into her raunchy costume.
However, her sultry costume almost risked the wrath of Instagram bosses who in recent months have been clamping down on more sultry snaps on the photo-sharing site.
Posing for a series of snaps shared with her 53,200 followers, the bombshell offered a series of poses as she embraced her hourglass figure while wearing a bandage costume.
She looked every inch the star as she rested her hands on her auburn locks while offering a seductive gaze directly into the camera lens.
While a second snap saw Honey jumping with glee as she struggled to contain her beaming smile while waving her hands through her fiery tresses.
Captioning her post that has since racked up almost 4,000 likes, Honey penned: "Leeloo got a fupa".
Her adoring followers rapidly descended upon the comment section to gush over Honey, with one writing: "I am in love with you. Did I say that out loud?"
A second gushed: "A beautiful baby!"
"Gorgeous Glorious Honey," said a third.
Before a fourth exclaimed: "You are GLORIOUS!
She later revealed that her costume was inspired by the 1997 movie starring Bruce Willis and Chris Tucker.
The social media star recently hit out at Instagram who she claims had cropped a photo to look as though she had shared an image of her chest.
"Insta cropped this pic so it's literally just my breasts? [sic]," the influencer wrote. "This was not intentional, please know this."
Honey is an avid body confidence advocate and has spoken out about her struggles with body dysmorphia and mental health.
Wanting to help others who are experiencing the same thing, Honey said: "I regret the time I wasted hating myself. I bought into the notion that my body was a work in progress, that all my problems would dissolve if I lost the couple of stone that kept my body from being socially acceptable.
"I want to try to help others avoid making the same toxic journey that I did.
"Recently my mother said sorry for the way they had handled it when I confided how I felt about my body — and how she wished they’d had the tools to offer an alternative."
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