I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star Emily Atack has shared a glowing selfie with her sister Martha while they enjoy a holiday.
The funny-girl and her sister are spending some down time on a mini-break in Paris, France and have been documenting their fun on Instagram.
Among the pictures of glasses of wine and delicious food, Emily found some time to pose for selfies – and she blew her 1.7million followers away as usual.
Posting an image to her main feed, the 31-year-old posed on a balcony with her sister, with the streets of Paris behind them.
She wrote in the caption: "A mini break avec la Marf," and tagged Martha.
Emily could be seen wearing a khaki jumper, while Martha looked to be wearing a bold leopard print crop top.
The starlet's long blonde locks were styled casually, pushed away from her face. Emily's cheeks were contoured and highlighted beautifully, while her pristine brows arched high.
She wore a pale peach nude hue on her lips to complete the minimal makeup look.
The picture attracted more than 22,500 likes as well as plenty of comments.
Dancing on Ice star Kimberly Wyatt wrote: "Both stunning!"
Another follower said: "Ding dong," adding a string of heart eyes.
A third commented: "You are literally the real life Emily in Paris!"
A fourth cheeky follower said: "What a lovely eye full (Eiffel)."
And someone else said: "Um, how are you this hot?"
While plenty of other people left heart and flame emojis.
On her Instagram Story, Emily shared another glowing selfie in which she gazed into the camera and pouted up a storm.
Her hair framed her face while she raised one hand to her neck, showing off her gold bracelets and earrings.
Earlier in the week, Emily shared a snap from the train on the way to the French capital, showing she was enjoying a baguette and some sparkling wine.
Her time off comes after she met with MPs in parliament to discuss making cyber-flashing a crime.
Working with Grazia on the campaign, Emily spoke of the sexually explicit messages she receives and how they affect her.
She believes there needs to be a change in the law to stop the abuse, which more often than not comes from anonymous accounts.
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