Caroline Flack has done it again after sharing another nude snap of herself on social media.
The TV presenter took to Instagram after jetting off on holiday overseas and has posted a photo of herself naked in a bath tub surrounded by bubbles.
She captioned the shot “Mirror Mirror” and it has since ben causing a stir.
The former Strictly winner shared the image after appearing on Alan Carr's New Year's Eve Special, where she refuted rumours of her dating Love Island squeeze Mike Thalassitis.
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She also went on to share the weirdest date experience she’s ever had, saying it was “quite dark”.
“I once went on a date with a guy, who invited me back to his house after the date and he said that he missed his cat and I said 'Oh that’s sad'.
"So he said, 'When the cat died, I buried it in the garden and I tied a bit of string to it’s leg and the string comes out of the ground, so when I miss the cat I go and touch the string'.
"So I asked if he wanted to touch the string and he said yeah."
This is not the first time either that Caroline has caused a stir with a naked photo. Back in November she posted a topless photo of herself in the pool, which quickly gained tens of thousands of likes on Instagram.
She was trending on twitter and at the time highlighted the question: why do the A-list continue to post risqué shots with the knowledge that their image will cause a social media stir?
The evolution of the nude selfie has seen the likes of Lena Dunham, Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski shed their clothes in the name of Instagram and in some way gain back control from the media.
Like late last year notoriously media-shy Sia took to Twitter to publish a naked photograph of herself which a member of the paparazzi was trying to sell to a magazine.
And one woman who is never afraid to demonstrate the notion that feminism is all about personal empowerment is Kim Kardashian.
In 2016, the reality television star took to Instagram to share a nude snap of her and friend Emily Ratajkowski.
And amid controversy, Ratajkowski took to Twitter to write: “However sexual our bodies may be, we need to have the freedom as women to choose when and how we express our sexuality.”
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