Emily Atack dons crop top and leggings as she jokes that she ‘gave a bad fake tan to flirt with trees’ after raising a glass to self-isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic
She is the poster girl for self-confidence and always encourages women to embrace their curves.
And Emily Atack showed her playful side when she shared a moment of herself after applying ‘bad’ fake brown while joking that she went outside to ‘flirt’ with nature.
In the photo, the Extra Camp presenter, 30, showed her toned tummy as she donned a nude crop top and black leggings.
Staying Fit: Emily Atack, 30, showed her playful side as she shared a moment of herself after applying ‘bad’ fake brown while joking that she went outside to ‘flirt’ with nature
The Inbetweeners actress completed her look for the day by styling her brunette locks in an updo.
In addition to the snap, she wrote, “Back on the road pretending. Came on a fake brown (bad) to flirt with some trees. ‘
Emily then took to her Instagram stories and shared a snapshot of herself during her ‘pretend run’, wearing a red sweater and big black sunglasses.
The star recently chose to share a motivational message with her followers in response to the British blockade during the corona virus crisis.
Sunshine: Emily then took to her Instagram stories and shared a snapshot of herself pretending to run, wearing a red sweater and big black sunglasses
Emily uploaded a snapshot of herself holding up a wine glass, next to the caption, “For those who do it alone – WE CAN !!! Toast to you. ”
It comes after the actress insisted that she never feel ‘shame’ for her sexy boys’ photo shoots, having previously posed for Loaded and FHM, among others.
The TV star revealed that she had her sultry snaps framed at home and vowed to show them to her grandchildren in the future.
Speak on podcast Sorry not sorry, Emily said, ‘I’ve framed my FHM covers, I don’t feel any shame. I did those things because I wanted to and I loved those shoots.
“If you have it and you want to show it off, show it off. I will probably show my grandchildren. I celebrated my female body. ‘
Emily also talked about her body image and says she is the happiest she is today.
Self-Isolating: Emily uploaded a snapshot of herself holding up a wine glass, next to the caption, “For those who do it alone- WE CAN !!! Cheers to you in the middle of the closing
She said, “I’ve been called fat all my life. Even when I was two bricks lighter, I was always the curvier.
“The first time I was on The Inbetweeners, people started talking about my weight. People were not used to seeing someone with a bit of shape. It was a little different.
“As I get older, it’s about being healthy and happy. I’m the biggest I’ve ever been, but I’m the most successful I’ve ever been.
“If I had starved myself, I wouldn’t have succeeded as much as in the jungle.”
Meanwhile, Emily has been busy hosting on BBC Radio, assuring fans that she had kept a safe distance from her co-host Jordan North amid fears of the COVID-19 virus.
Proud: the I’m A Celebrity star revealed she had her sultry snaps framed at home and vowed to show them to her grandchildren in the future
After her first day in the hot seat on Friday, Emily shared a festive selfie on her Instagram page in the studio next to a Radio 1 microphone.
Clearly pleased with how it all went, Emily smiled radiantly at the camera and captioned the image:
‘Today was my first time hosting on Radio 1 and it was a pleasure! I will be keeping you 1-4 all weekend with beautiful Jordan North.
Social Distance and Safety: I did the show at a very safe distance from my co-host / no direct contact with others.
“The BBC has new and very strict measures that we must all follow. Stay safe.’
On the Microphone: Meanwhile, Emily has been busy hosting on BBC Radio, assuring fans that she had kept a safe distance from her co-presenter Jordan North amid fears of the COVID-19 virus