Honey Ross got her Instagram fans hot and heavy after she uploaded a selfie of herself posing completely naked.
The unearthed snap from 2019 comes after it was claimed by the 23-year-old that her famous dad, TV presenter Jonathan Ross and her mum Jane Goldman, introduced her on "toxic" diets when she was a teenager.
In the snap, Honey can be seen posing up a storm totally stark naked as she stands in the middle of a very pink and girly bedroom.
Standing with her arms above her head and her legs slightly crossed, the minx covered her modesty with pink heart emojis.
Adhering to Instagram's "no nudity" rules she placed the emojis perfectly over her breasts and down below as to not get the snap deleted.
Pulling a sultry look for the camera, the stunning redhead looked sensational as she let her hair fall down and tousle down her body.
Flaunting her tattoos, the activist, writer and advocate for body positivity accessorised with a dainty silver necklace and appeared to be wearing a small amount of make-up, including a dark lip.
Honey simply captioned the post: "Soft b*tch," and it has received almost 2,000 likes since its been up.
Her followers have filled the comments section with lovely and empowering comments and compliments.
One wrote: "Omg you are very attractive and beautiful great body."
A second commented: "Wow just wow."
While another added: "This is incredible. You body positive queen."
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Honey has been known for years to speak on body positivity and this week appeared on Loose Women to talk about toxic diets.
She told the panel: "From a young age, I felt I didn't have any control over my image.
"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."
Honey added: "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.
"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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