Jonathan Ross’ daughter oozes confidence in snaps after calling for ‘fat girl summer’
Honey Ross is continuing to spread her message of positivity.
The daughter of Jonathan Ross, 24, posted a string of snaps to her Instagram with the caption: “I take comfort in the fact you never got to know me in my full bloom. Respectfully, rot x.”
Body positivity advocate Honey shared the same post on her Stories, and reaching out to followers, added: “Almost a year on I almost daily need to remind myself I’m safe from the toxic manipulation I used to endure.
“I promise you deserve more than the people who undermine and belittle you. You deserve to bloom.”
Honey – who co-hosts The Body Protest podcast – recently reposted a message that appeared to call for a “Fat Girl Summer.”
She’s often spoken about themes such as self-worth and confidence, seeking to uplift her followers and fans.
On The Body Protest, Honey and her co-host Nadia Craddock welcome an array of guests to chat about body confidence.
And Honey’s not afraid to hit back at trolls, especially after she received some cruel online abuse over a Loose Women appearance.
“Also TBH, I know it’s because they wanna f*** me and are angry that’s never gonna happen,” she laughed at the trolls.
She added: “I’m not even joking, someone in my comments saying I’m going to die of heart disease is in my DMs asking me out. You couldn’t write it.
“For the overwhelmingly lovely DMs I’ve received – thank you so much and I wish you all the most beautiful journey of self love and self acceptance. Let today be the day you start being kind to yourself and your body.
“Truly there’s only a handful of people being outwardly fatphobic.
“And it really does not affect me in any meaningful or long lasting way – more like a momentary annoyance and an anger that what they’ve said would really hurt someone with less of a hardened shell than I have.
“Their choice to harass fat people says more about them than it does about me, a wholesome fat woman merely existing happily.”
If you’re struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operates a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email Jo@samaritans.org if you’d prefer to write down how you feel. You are not alone.