The 23-year-old writer and activist is consistently promoting body positivity and trying to challenge expectations and judgements about different body shapes and sizes.
The body confidence influencer showed off her own curves in her latest Instagram snap as she wore a tight playsuit while posing for a mirror selfie in her bedroom.
Honey showed off her figure in the grey romper which hugged her in in all the right places.
She’d paired the casual look with a high ponytail hairstyle as her fringe framed her pouting face.
The daughter of famed telly host Jonathan captioned the snap: “Big romper for a big baby.”
Her adoring 39.5k Instagram followers were quick to praise her latest look.
One gushingly wrote: “This is so CUTEEEE. I love.”
“I love youuuu!!!!! You beautiful angel!!” another wrote, while her pal Joanna said: “My bestie is so cool.”
Honey is an avid lover of empowering women and her social media updates are usually full to the brim of ‘good vibes’ and positivity.
However, on Monday evening, the activist was left raging after Instagram continued to advertise ‘thin people brands’ to her.
Honey shared her utter outrage when she took to her Story to share her experience with her loyal followers.
Posing with a frustrated look on her face, the brunette let her natural beauty shine through as she opted for a minimal makeup look.
The outspoken social media star wore her chocolate tresses slicked into a high bun as she sported a casual outfit consisting of some striped dungarees and a black crop top.
Alongside the sassy selfie, she penned: “Insta stop advertising thin people brands to me like @daily_sleeper and @realisationpar.
“Yes, I’d love to wear their lovely things but do they cater to plus sizes!?! NOPE.
“It’s annoying because they sell “oversized” style things but then they’re like… a body bigger than a size 16!?! Never met her!? Whomst??”
She continued: “There are obviously bigger fish to fry, but if I’m essentially being forced to look at advertising if I’m on these cursed platforms, at least show me s**t that acknowledges fat people exist pls and thanks.”
The host of The Body Protest podcast recently explained how she came to love and embrace her body after years of self-loathing.
Opening up about her journey to self-love and acceptance on Loose Women, Honey admitted: “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.
“I think fat is a good word, from the age of 18 I turned my views around and am comfortable in my fat body.”