Jonathan Ross daughter Honey Ross flaunts curves as she cinches in neon coat
Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey Ross showed off her curves in a bright green fluffy coat as she attended Matilda The Musical's 10th anniversary show at The Cambridge Theatre on Friday.
The 24-year-old was one of many stylish stars attending the ritzy bash but made sure she was the centre of attention in a green trench coat with a fluffy collar and sleeves.
The body positive influencer posed up a storm for the cameras in a green trench coat featuring a fluffy collar and sleeves, layering the eye-popping number above a pair of neon orange trousers that matched her orange hair colour.
The star also shared a snap of the eye-catching coat in an Instagram post, alongside several other images.
She captioned the post: “Survive November challenge.
“Something to take the edge off the sun checking out at 4pm is the new season of The Body Protest! The new series is like a perfect mug of mulled wine, soothing, comforting with a perfect bite of truth!
“You’re not ready for the wholesome magic @nadia.craddock @daisykrg and I have brewed lovingly with cinnamon sticks and wisdom. Can’t wait for you to hear from our sublime assortment of guests”
Also in attendance was The Office star Mackenzie Crook, 50, and Myleene Klass, 43, who cut a chic figure in a black button-up maxi dress featuring pink-and-purple floral prints.
The star was joined at the bash by her daughters Ava Bailey Quinn and Hero Harper Quinn.
Honey is no stranger to posting her daring fashion choices on Instagram.
She recently took to Instagram where she shared photographs of herself wearing a pink Regency era ball gown while cosying up to her suit-clad boyfriend Zane Saz.
She looked happier than ever as she nuzzled into her beau's head before gazing into his eyes in the loved-up snaps.
The star also showed off her curves in a brown bikini as she posed in the garden during the UK heatwave in July.
She recently shared a video discussing gender equality for The Body Protest in which she said: “I think there is a connection between gender inequality and a lack of self love.
“We tend to see a pattern in our society of women trying to shrink themselves to take up as little space as possible both intellectually and physically as a side effect of the world we live in.”
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