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Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey puts curves on display as she goes topless for beach snaps

Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey paraded her curves on a recent beach trip with a pal - and went completely topless while doing so.The body positivity activist left little to the imagination as she sat shoulder-to-shoulder with her pal, both spread out on matching yellow striped beach towels for a day by the ocean.Both ladies went completely topless for the incredible set of snaps, with Honey dazzling in a tiny pair of bikini bottoms barely held together with string, showcasing her curvaceous body.Her tattoos - one of two naked women, which twinned with her best pal, and a pair of cherries on her bum - were also on display, as Honey tucked her fiery red hair into two matching pigtails while looking off into the distance.The besties were surrounded by rocks, sea and sand and a beautiful blue sky as they made the most of the sunshine while on holiday in Ibiza.In another snap, the pals moved further apart on their respective towels, giving a glimpse of Honey’s lime green floral sandals in the background.The stat captioned her snaps: “Forever and then some please.”She also credited her friend Kate Sumner with “art direction, body coaching, intimacy coordination and photography”.Fans immediately hopped into the comments section to shower them with praise, with one writing: “You are feeding us!!!”“The duo at it again,” someone else said with a heart emoji.Another fan raved: “Obsessed!”, while another penned: “Beautiful ladies!”A fifth social media user added: “Oh. My.

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Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey paraded her curves on a recent beach trip with a pal - and went completely topless while doing so.The body positivity activist left little to the imagination as she sat shoulder-to-shoulder with her pal, both spread out on matching yellow striped beach towels for a day by the ocean.Both ladies went completely topless for the incredible set of snaps, with Honey dazzling in a tiny pair of bikini bottoms barely held together with string, showcasing her curvaceous body.Her tattoos - one of two naked women, which twinned with her best pal, and a pair of cherries on her bum - were also on display, as Honey tucked her fiery red hair into two matching pigtails while looking off into the distance.The besties were surrounded by rocks, sea and sand and a beautiful blue sky as they made the most of the sunshine while on holiday in Ibiza.In another snap, the pals moved further apart on their respective towels, giving a glimpse of Honey’s lime green floral sandals in the background.The stat captioned her snaps: “Forever and then some please.”She also credited her friend Kate Sumner with “art direction, body coaching, intimacy coordination and photography”.Fans immediately hopped into the comments section to shower them with praise, with one writing: “You are feeding us!!!”“The duo at it again,” someone else said with a heart emoji.Another fan raved: “Obsessed!”, while another penned: “Beautiful ladies!”A fifth social media user added: “Oh. My.
Jazz Tangcay Artisans EditorThe Essex Serpent” production designer Alice Normington and costume designer Jane Petrie centered their work on the journey of the show’s protagonist Cora Seaborne, played by Claire Danes.Based on the Sarah Perry novel, the six-part series, now stream- ing on Apple TV+, takes place in Victorian London and in a sea- side village plagued by rumors of a mythical beast. Newly widowed Cora has just moved to the Essex village, intrigued by the story of the serpent and ready to follow her passion to look for fossils.Normington’s designs touched on the idea of Heaven, Hell and Earth to portray Cora’s turmoil. When the character is at her London house, red tones are a reflection of her past as viewers learn about the abuse she suffered there.

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