Gemma Collins made a splash at London Fashion Week after she arrived in a Missguided Rolls Royce.
The Only Way Is Essex star strutted like a proud peacock in the pink limo, which was part of a customer giveaway.
Despite the fact that the bespoke car was sadly not hers, it didn’t stop her from rocking it. Wrapped in a sheer black corset top that she paired with camel-coloured cargo pants and yellow open-toe heels, the reality star was having a great time at LFW.
Gemma showed off her recent weight loss efforts, something she has been open about working on over the past few months.
The 38-year-old drove around town in the glamorous car giving away presents and discounts to customers.
Gemma posted her antics on Instagram, and her fans couldn’t get enough of it. One Instagram user wrote: ‘Love it’ whilst another added, ‘You are stunning.’
Others loved her corset choice, with one person writing: ‘The top is banging.’
‘Every time I see a pic of you I get “IT’S THE GCCCCC SHES SO FABULOUSSS” go through my head,’ one person wrote.
The star recently posted an ad – while wearing a bikini – about wanting to get serious about her weight loss after too much travelling and eating.
The 38-year-old captioned her bikini photo: ‘All these fabulous holidays over the summer have meant I’ve been indulging in fantastic food from all over the world! I mean, Greek food tastes better in Mykonos, right? But now it’s time to reign all the excesses in and get healthy again and @skinnyjab are going to help me do just that.’
SkinnyJab costs £250 for one simple injection, but the star used the products before, though some fans were concerned.
Cheeky Gemma recently made headlines after she was pictured browsing the aisles of fake Givenchy and Fendi items at Bury New Road – Manchester’s ‘Counterfeit Street.’
Collins allegedly bought two fake Givenchy and Fendi T-shirts which were apparently sold for £20.
According to The Mirror, the star – who had been seen inside the Real Housewives of Cheshire Tanya Bardsley’s high-end boutique in Wilmslow – bought a number of items after inquiring which were available in XL.
A source close to Collins denies she bought anything at the shops in Bury New Road, MailOnline reports.
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