In her most recent YouTube video, Gemma Owen filmed a clothing haul while flaunting her incredible figure in a series of evening wear.
Several low-cut outfits allow Gemma Owen to show off her ample bosom
The PrettyLittleThing pink ruched maxi dress featured cutout corset detailing that showed off the Love Island beauty’s ample bust.
The famous real-life person disclosed: ‘It is quite booby, probably more booby than I would normally go for but I do really like it’.
She wore her trademark gold jewelry and her long brunette hair in loose waves that fell past her shoulders.
In her next getup, a plunging cropped satin short sleeve shirt, Gemma went braless and looked chic as ever.
She wore a revealing blouse with a pair of brown croc-print leather-look trousers and cautioned her followers that they would ‘definitely need boob tape.’
The following piece was a strapless, floor-length, white dress that clung to Gemma’s curves and emphasized her incredible figure.
She radiated beauty in her evening gown as she declared, ‘This is more my kind of style’.
The television star changed into a more relaxed outfit, which consisted of washed denim jeans and a bustier black corset.
The daughter of former England footballer Michael Owen said, “I got these to go with it but I’m not sure I can pull them off so I’ve gone with a strappy heel instead.” She was holding up a pair of striking black croc print boots.
As a finishing touch, she wore a ribbed midi dress with a cutout from her own PLT collection, revealing her toned midsection.
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This follows Gemma’s announcement on social media earlier this month that her horse Sirius had died unexpectedly.
After the tragic announcement, the ITV star asked her fans to “respect her privacy,” adding, “you’ll never be replaced.”
Gemma published a photo album of the star Sirius, writing: ‘On Friday we lost my horse of a lifetime due to a sudden and severe illness words can’t describe how much this horse meant to me and my family.
‘He was truly one in a million everyone who met Siz will know how amazing and caring his temperament was.
‘He was taken far too soon, he has left us all heartbroken and in complete shock.’
She continued: ‘You taught me so much siz and I will never be able to thank you enough, you brought so much joy and happiness to our lives and you’ll never be replaced. I love you endlessly.
‘Please respect my privacy in this painful time.’