Jaw-dropping The Only Way Is Essex starlet Lauren Goodger, 31, let her hair down as she left a club in Brighton at 5am – looking a little worse for wear as she ended her night of partying.
The brunette bombshell had hit various venues across the city in a sexy lycra ensemble, showing onlookers her svelte figure as she headed back from a night on the razz.
Mark Wright’s ex has been hitting the gym hard in recent months, and decided to show off her honed figure in a skin-tight grey two piece – flaunting her incredibly ample assets and curvaceous derrière in the process.
The Essex stunner teamed her look with a pair of edgy hoop earrings and some sexy knee-high boots for the occasion, looking more confident than ever as she sauntered down the street in the seaside town.
The reality star previously that the liposuction had removed her “lumps and bumps” and pockets of fat and has left her with a stomach which is “rock hard and toned”.
Following an image of her bare bottom on Instagram, she replied to a follower writing: “I had some Vasor [sic] which with training removes hard fat pockets cos was sick of bad pics xx.”
Lauren Goodger’s body confident as she reveals her transformation in a skin-tight dress [Wenn ]
[Lauren Goodger/ Instagram]
Lauren may be trying to put her best assets forward on social media after it was revealed her on/off jailbird beau was released from prison.
Joey Morrison was reportedly let out after serving nine years of a sixteen-year sentence for blackmail, kidnapping, possession of a firearm and actual bodily harm.
After confirming her split from Joey, whom she met whilst he was in prison, in March, Lauren hinted at their reunion in the days following his release.
She then posted a cryptic message on her Instagram story about couples fighting and making up, and working through their differences.
“It’s coming to the realization that your relationship is more important [than] your differences. It involves acts of forgiveness and acceptance of one’s mistakes.
“You fight, and you learn something new about the person. That’s how it works.”
The post continues: “Real relationships aren’t perfect, and perfect relationships aren’t real.”