Jonathan Ross’s 24-year-old daughter Honey is buzzing in a sassy mirror selfie in nothing but an orange kimono
Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey, 24, hisses in sultry mirror selfie while donning only an orange kimono
She regularly visits social media to share daring snaps in the name of body positivity.
And Honey Ross looked gorgeous when she posted a sizzling mirror selfie to Instagram on Friday in nothing but an orange kimono.
Jonathan Ross’ daughter and screenwriter Jane Goldman, 24, said candidly to her followers, ‘I have a cold and refuse to wear anything else until my nose blocks up again.’
‘I refuse to wear anything else until my nose is blocking again’: Honey Ross looked gorgeous when she posted a sizzling mirror selfie to Instagram on Friday in nothing but an orange kimono
She humorously added: ‘Thank you @mannerslondon for making my dream come true of looking like a tall glass of lucozade, a dream of a silky smooth dripping fantasy.’
The activist went makeup free for the laid-back photo as she posed on the stairs, accentuating her curves with her hand on the railing.
Honey pulled her auburn locks away from her face in a dusty pink scrunchie to complete the sick day ensemble.
She often shares snappy snaps as she promotes her work as a social activist through social media and podcasts.
Work It: Honey often shares snappy snaps as she promotes her work as a social activist through social media and podcasts (pictured earlier this month)
Earlier this month, the writer left little to the imagination when she posed in a small lilac cut-out dress in her garden.
Honey let go of her curly auburn locks for the photo, while emphasizing her natural beauty by adding a layer of makeup.
She shared two separate images of herself in the lilac dress before sharing an intimate close-up of the intricate details she captioned as ‘soft’.
Honey also recently shared a video about gender equality for The Body Protest in which she said, ‘I think there is a link between gender inequality and a lack of self-love.
Confident: Recently, the writer left little to the imagination when she posed in a little lilac cut-out dress on Instagram
“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.”
Honey also advised her when it comes to women in leadership roles.
She said, “Stop worrying about being liked. You don’t even like everyone. Don’t be afraid to say ‘no’. No is your best friend. Save time and energy. ‘
She also said, ‘We are more united. Find your people and make a fuss about it. ‘
‘I think there is a link between gender inequality and a lack of self-love’: Honey regularly shares photos of body confidence in an attempt to initiate a dialogue about image and equality