Zara McDermott poses before a storm in turquoise semi-sheer lingerie for a sassy new snap

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Zara McDermott left little to the imagination when she set up a storm in a new Instagram snap shared on Friday.

The 24-year-old Love Island star looked stunning in a see-through mesh bra and matching turquoise panties and said to her fans, ‘Happy holiday.’

The TV personality blinked into the camera with a sultry look and also wore an oversized cream-colored shirt, which she wore unbuttoned.

Wow: Zara McDermott, 24, left little to the imagination when she put up a storm in a new Instagram snap shared Friday with matching lingerie

Zara wore her highlighted hair loose, opting for natural make-up as she emphasized her natural beauty.

The blonde beauty held her arm above her head in the sexy snap.

Behind the star, part of her stylish living room was visible, including a chic white sofa.

Zara’s snap comes weeks after the reality star recalled feeling suicidal after her two revenge porn ordeals in an interview with Sky News last month.

Sad: Zara's photo comes weeks after the reality star recalled feeling suicidal after her two revenge porn ordeals in an interview with Sky News last month (pictured in January)

Sad: Zara’s photo comes weeks after the reality star recalled feeling suicidal after her two revenge porn ordeals in an interview with Sky News last month (pictured in January)

She thought about enduring ‘any emotion’ when explicit footage was leaked by a bully at the age of 14, before being the victim of the same crime by an ex-boyfriend and his friends seven years later.

An emotional Zara told presenter Niall Paterson: “I’ve been through every emotion. When I was 14, there were days when I thought I didn’t want to be on this Earth anymore and I don’t see any way out. ‘

The Made In Chelsea star, who recently released her BBC documentary Zara McDermott: Revenge Porn to highlight the issue, admitted she believes the crime was not as ‘recognized’ in the past as it is now.

Switching between feelings of ‘shame’ and ‘anger’ with age, the model added, ‘I felt the shame, so much of a lack of understanding around this topic.

When I was 21, I felt more – like the feelings of anger – what gives someone else the right to my body?

That’s the anger that drove me to make that documentary. It’s such a big deal, the statistics are shocking. ‘

The media personality was banned from her high school after photos of her ‘went viral’ in her community ‘- an experience she confessed to’ tainted ‘her teenage years.

'It went worldwide': the photos she sent to her ex were also circulated among others, but this time on a larger scale (pictured on Love Island in 2018)

‘It went worldwide’: the photos she sent to her ex were also circulated among others, but this time on a larger scale (pictured on Love Island in 2018)

The photos she sent to her ex-boyfriend were also circulated among others, but this time on a larger scale.

Zara explained, “I was in a relationship and we broke up and he forwarded images to his phone. I think his friends remembered having those pictures of me and spreading them among their friends. They went all over the world.

‘You’re looking at two very different scenarios here – a 14-year-old girl, when we’re teenagers, we don’t really think about the consequences of actions.

‘We don’t make plans, I think a lot of people can say that in their teens they made decisions with major consequences. When I was 21, I was a consenting adult in a trusting relationship.

‘There are people who say that you should not trust the person you are in a relationship with, and I want to differ with that. Cases are so common that they trust their partners, why shouldn’t they? ‘

The influencer also stressed that while cases are more common in women, men’s experience of revenge porn should not be ‘discredited’.

The blonde added, ‘I’ve had quite a few men come up and tell me their stories. I wonder if there is an imbalance between men who are uncomfortable coming forward. ‘

On her advice to the younger generation, she concluded, ‘Watch the documentary. It’s a huge educational resource … those conversations between kids and parents, grandparents and teachers are usually very uncomfortable.

‘It is difficult to open up because it is a sensitive topic and still a taboo. I would definitely say look at it, use it as a conversation piece and start talking to your family and friends.

Start talking to your family and friends – the more people support you, the better you’ll feel after you’ve been a victim.

Unfortunately, we have to look at the consequences of sending these images … no matter how hard it is. The document really outlines every possibility. I think it’s moving and I’ve worked really hard on it. ‘

Her happy place: The blonde is now in a relationship with Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson

Her happy place: The blonde is now in a relationship with Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson

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