Honey Ross has defiantly flaunted her body on Instagram by posting a fully naked photo.
The activist and model, 23, stripped off to show her curves in all their glory in a steamy mirror selfie.
Jonathan Ross’ outspoken daughter decided to flout Instagram ’s nudity guidelines by baring her assets in the risqué shot, which she shared with her 39,000 followers.
The unbothered star captioned the shot: “F**k it – a full nude.”
Honey covered her private parts with an array of leaf emojis, which left very little to the imagination.
After receiving endless praise and admiration from her adoring admirers, Honey later explained why she hasn’t posted a ‘thirst trap’ in quite some time.
Taking to her account, she said: “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.”
Fans flocked to shower the body activist with compliments after her defiant post.
“You are an icon, and don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise,” gushed one fan.
“What a beautiful, sex, smart, courageous woman. My idol!” another echoed.
While a third added: “You should never stop what you do. Don’t let anyone ruin the amazing campaign you have started.”
“Yes girl! Flaunt that sexy body,” a fourth fan encouraged.
Honey is consistently promoting body positivity and trying to challenge expectations and judgements about different body shapes and sizes.
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.”
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