Jonathan Ross' daughter Honey shows off her curves in sheer plunging body

JONATHAN Ross's daughter Honey showcased her curves in a colourful semi-sheer bodysuit for a sultry mirror selfie last night.

The 24-year-old influencer was sure to command her 44,200 followers' attention as she donned the plunging halterneck number for her Instagram Story.

Honey complemented her pulse-racing look by working her strawberry-blonde locks into a messy ponytail for the shot.

The sizzling selfie comes a day after the body positive activist posed on her bed in thong and crop top for a photo shared to her Instagram grid.

Honey looked to be reading while relaxing on her sofa bed in front of her fireplace.

Late last month, the beauty continued to display her curves in a bra and hotpants for a sexy mirror selfie.

Honey was body confident in a nude bra top while her tiny black shorts nipped her in at the waist and highlighted her hourglass figure.

It's not the first time Honey has showed off her famous curves for followers.

Honey has been big on body positivity and often displays her body in tight Tik Tok leggings while also going completely naked for some posts.

Late last month she posted a shot lounging on her bed completely naked, with her flame-coloured locks styled into loose waves and pushed away from her face with a headband.

In the first image, Honey had her back to the camera as she looked into the distance, with a fluffy pink cushion by her head.

Her bum was in full view, and she also teased a glimpse at some of her tattoos.

Another photo is almost identical apart from Honey has her head down, away from the camera – and looked as though she was sleeping.

Two other pics show Honey front on – her chin on her hands as she shows off her natural beauty in minimal make-up.

In each image, Honey's pal can be seen in the top right corner having screenshot the photos during a video call.

The body positive activist captioned the post: "I can’t see you can you see me? Shot by @mariedehe in the first lockdown ?".

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