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Pregnant Ashley James reflects on her VERY racy Halloween looks over the years

Pregnant Ashley James reflects on her VERY racy Halloween looks over the years and teases her ‘bump’ costume

Ashley James’ 2020 Halloween is like nothing she’s experienced before due to a combination of the COVID-19 pandemic and her pregnancy. 

Yet the former Made In Chelsea star, 33, did not let this stop her reminiscing about her spooky looks over the years as she took to Instagram on Friday to share a series of snaps of her favourite styles from her previous Halloweens. 

Alongside an incredible snake-inspired ensemble, Ashley detailed her plans for this year as she revealed that her lethargy was stopping her doing a bump-centric costume yet she was deciding to persevere. 

Wow! Ashley James was reminiscing about her spooky looks over the years as she took to Instagram on Friday to share a series of snaps of her favourite styles from her previous Halloweens

Ashley’s costume from last year looked incredible as she slipped into a PVC tube dress which coordinated with her snakeskin make-up under her eyes. 

She penned: ‘This time last year when only one day of the year was scary. I was really excited to incorporate my bump into my Halloween outfit this year, but I feel a sense of achievement if I even wash my face these days…

‘That said, it might be the only time I ever get to make a Halloween bump. Has anyone got any cool ideas for an outfit? Happy Halloween you lovely lots, let’s hope 2020 is the scariest year of our lifetime. #halloween’.

On her stories, Ashley posted a picture of the ensemble she wore to Jonathan Ross’ 2018 Halloween party, as she styled herself into a sexy jester. 

Are you having a laugh? On her stories, Ashley posted a picture of the ensemble she wore to Jonathan Ross' 2018 Halloween party, as she styled herself into a sexy jester

Are you having a laugh? On her stories, Ashley posted a picture of the ensemble she wore to Jonathan Ross’ 2018 Halloween party, as she styled herself into a sexy jester

She looked sensational in a bespoke harlequin piece that comprised a black and white corset and raunchy white tights that were emblazoned with the same pattern. A jester hat completed her elaborate costume. 

Prior to Halloween, Ashley admitted to feeling anxious about breastfeeding her baby because of the judgement she receives over her big boobs.   

The reality star turned DJ is expecting her first child early next year, but in one of her regular lengthy Instagram posts about pregnancy, she admitted she’s getting increasingly anxious about feeding her newborn son. 

Ssssexy: Ashley's costume from last year looked incredible as she slipped into a PVC tube dress which coordinated with her snakeskin make-up under her eyes

Ssssexy: Ashley’s costume from last year looked incredible as she slipped into a PVC tube dress which coordinated with her snakeskin make-up under her eyes

Sharing a bikini photo of herself the pregnant star explained she’s always felt her large breasts have been sexualised, leading her to research breast reduction surgery at the age of just 15.    

Speaking about her experiences over the years, Ashley wrote: There’s such sexualisation and judgement around women (and more importantly GIRLS) with big boobs. I’ve been thinking about it a lot recently as my already big boobs continue to grow as my body prepares to breast feed.’

She continued: ‘I know that breastfeeding women already find the sexualisation and judgement of their boobs difficult when it comes to breastfeeding in public (@lucymeck1 did a brilliant post on it recently).’  

Struggles: Ashley recently admitted she is anxious about breastfeeding her baby because of the judgement she receives over her big boobs

Struggles: Ashley recently admitted she is anxious about breastfeeding her baby because of the judgement she receives over her big boobs

‘So how is it for the ‘big ti**y committee’, most of us who grew up up feeling shame because of the sexualisation and judgement of boobs we’ve experienced since we first grew them as underage CHILDREN?’ 

‘Whether it’s men staring at our chest instead of our eyes, the unsolicited comments, usually followed by “well if you don’t want the attention don’t get them out”, as if we can make them magically disappear.’  

‘Teachers telling us off for attention seeking when we’d scream because the boys would undo our bra strap through our shirt (it’s called harassment, not attention seeking).’

Exciting news: Ashley is expecting her first child with her partner of ten months

Exciting news: Ashley is expecting her first child with her partner of ten months

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