Jonathan Ross's daughter Honey makes bold statement in figure-hugging orange dress selfies

JONATHAN Ross's daughter Honey showed off her figure in a bright floral dress today as she snapped bathroom selfies.

The 24-year-old went braless as she posed up a storm in the full length cami dress perfect for spring.

The influencer proved she's a natural beauty opting to go bare-faced and completed her funky look with lime green nails.

Alongside a snap of hair wearing a bow in her hair, she wrote: "She's cute."

The star often posts revealing snaps on the social media site, recently showing off her cherry bum tattoo.

The model posed in her underwear and snapped a 'belfie' in her dressing table mirror.

The model later went on to explain why she hadn't posted a "saucy" snap for some time.

In the next clip, she penned: "I stopped posting more saucy stuff because I didn't like the attention I was getting.

"But I felt so sad to have lost that part of my expression, so f**k it. A full nude."

She recently made an impact on Loose Women when she revealed her parents put her on "toxic diets" as a teen.

She revealed how she struggled with her weight as a teenager and didn't like it when her famous parents "tried to give her solutions to her problem" which was to "lose weight".

Explaining her struggle to have a positive body image while growing up, Honey said: "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.

'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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