Emily Atack flashes toned midriff in racy crop top for sultry throwback snap

Emily Atack put on another sizzling display over Instagram on Monday night, digging through her old photos before sharing one with her fans.

The Inbetweeners actress shared a throwback snap of herself wearing a racy crop top, her toned midriff on full display.

Emily, 30, looked spectacular as she posed up a storm for a selfie snap in a bathroom in Los Angeles, California.

The stunner completed her look with a pair of snazzy red trousers while she showed off a ring bearing a huge jewel on her finger.

Reminiscing about the snap, she captioned her post: "Time to hop to LA when I was thin and it looked like I had a wig on."

Earlier this week, Emily cheekily flashed her knickers at fans in a clip on her Instagram page.

The former I'm A Celeb star gave her 1.7million followers an eyeful as she took to her Instagram story feature.

The blonde beauty was seen crossing her legs as she wore a tiny silk printed minidress as she filmed for Celebrity Juice after recently being named as a captain on the show.

However, as she did so, she cheekily flashed fans in the process as she blew a kiss into the camera.

As well as the racy clip, Emily also shares a stunning snap of herself in the dress on her Instagram page.

She teamed her gorgeous minidress with bright bold lips and heavily lined eyes as she smouldered into the camera.

Captioning the post, Emily wrote: "It’s Friday night, so let's be extra naughty!! it’s Celeb Juice night two!"

Emily also recently took to Insta to tell fans how "difficult" she found it to speak out about online sexual harassment.

The actress revealed in a recent tell-all interview the X-rated content she received turned frightening following her stint on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here in 2018.

After receiving an abundance of overwhelming, vile and totally outrageous DMs, The Inbetweeners actress wanted to tackle the issue head-on.

The TV presenter decided to speak out about the sordid abuse to highlight the "blind spot," urging social media users against sexually harassing others online.

Giving an overview of why she decided to speak out while thanking her supporters, she took to her Instagram story.

The comedian said: "Hi everybody… I just wanted to say (all jokes aside) a huge thank you to everybody that has shown so much support on this Grazia article.

"It was really really difficult for me to put out there. I don't often struggle for words and I don't mind oversharing things as we all know but this was a particularly difficult thing for me to talk about."

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