Chloe Ferry has flaunted her cleavage in a series of steamy snaps.
The 25 year old took to her Instagram feed to post two photos of herself following a shower after braving the cold weather in a crop top for a workout.
The former Geordie Shore star can be seen wearing a sheer orange bra, accentuating her bosom, which she teamed with a pair of high-waisted pink leggings.
The newly brunette beauty styled her mane down into loose damp waves that framed her face as she gave a sultry pose for the selfies. Keeping in theme with her glamorous display, the star wore bronzer, eyeliner, mascara and a touch of blush, ensuring she looks her best.
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A second snap sees the TV personality looking off to the side, highlighting her sculpted cheeks and diamond earring.
Chloe, who recently found an amazing pair of budget leggings from Amazon for under £10, captioned it with a simple water drop emoji.
Many of her 3.5million fans couldn’t help but gush over her as one person wrote: “you look so good, but I miss blonde you, you look good with any hair, but drop dead with blonde hair!” [sic] followed by two fire emojis.
Another commented: “wet hair look suits youuuuu,” [sic] with two heart eyes emojis and a fire emoji. While a third added: “You look fire fire fireeeee”. [sic]
It comes as the star recently hit back at claims that she broke quarantine following her work trip to Dubai. She took to Instagram to share her negative Covid results, in a bid to show her fans she’d stuck to the rules.
She told her followers: “As per the government guidelines I have come back from my trip and self quarantined then I chose to do a test to release.
“Which came back negative which allowed me to go food shopping, work out in the park and visit my warehouse for work reason.
“Thanks for the concern!!!”
The star shared a detailed snap of her coronavirus test, even detailing the result, date and time and barcode number.
If you’re arriving in England from outside of the UK you need to self-isolate for ten days.
You can however pay for a private test as part of the Test to Release scheme, which means the person self-isolating can stop if they have a negative test result.
Chloe came back from her work trip in Dubai and followed the scheme, completing her test on 31 January.