Zara McDermott showed off her toned figure when she stepped out wearing a black crop top and leggings to walk her two dogs Toto and Koji on Friday.
The former Love Island star, 24, donned a cosy teddy fleece bomber jacket to keep warm as she got in some exercise.
The Missguided brand ambassador was dressed head to toe in rival clothing label PrettyLittleThing.
Out and about: Zara Mcdermott showed off her toned tummy in a tiny crop top and leggings as she steppped out to walk her dogs Toto and Koji on Friday
Keeping it casual: The former Love Island star donned a cosy teddy fleece bomber jacket and work out gear for the lockdown stroll with her puppies
Zara completed the look with a pair of fresh white trainers and accessorised with an cross body Fendi bag.
The social media star clutched her phone for the duration of the walk, which she had customised with a cute beaded wrist strap.
She wore her long caramel tresses loose in a centre parting and kept makeup minimal for the casual lockdown walk.
Zara’s fellow Love Island star Molly Mae recently landed a whopping £1million fashion deal with the PrettyLittleThing after she re-signed as an ambassador to launch her fifth clothing edit.
Gym ready: The Missguided brand ambassador was dressed head to toe in rival clothing label PrettyLittleThing
The outing comes after Zara recalled feeling suicidal after her two revenge porn ordeals in an interview with Sky News on Thursday.
An emotional Zara told the presenter Niall Paterson: ‘I went through every single emotion. At 14, there were days I thought I don’t wanna be on this earth anymore and I don’t see any way out.’
The Made In Chelsea star, who recently released her BBC documentary Zara McDermott: Revenge Porn to highlight the issue, admitted she believes the crime wasn’t as ‘recognised’ in the past as it is today.
Cosy: She kept off the chill with a white fleece bomber jacket as she strolled through the park with her adorable companions
On switching between feelings of ’embarrassment’ to ‘anger’ with age, the model added: ‘I felt the shame, so much of a lack of understanding around this topic still.
‘When I was 21, I more-so felt the feelings of anger – what gives someone else the right over my body?
‘That’s the anger that fuelled me to make that documentary. It’s such a huge issue, the stats are shocking.’
Stylish: Zara completed the look with a pair of fresh white trainers and accessorised with an enviable cross body Fendi bag
The media personality was suspended from her secondary school after the photos went ‘viral’ in her community’ – an experience she confessed ‘tainted’ her teenage years.
The pictures she sent to her ex-boyfriend were also circulated among others, but this time, on a larger scale.
Zara explained: ‘I was in a relationship and we broke up and he forwarded images onto his phone. I think his friends remembered that they had those images of me and circulated them to their friends. They went worldwide.
‘You’re looking at two very different scenarios here – a 14 year old girl, when we are teenagers we don’t really think about consequences of actions.
On call: The social media star clutched her phone for the duration of the walk, which she had customised with a cute beaded wrist strap
‘We don’t forward plan, I think a lot of people can say they’ve made decisions with large consequences in their teens. When I was 21, I was a consenting adult in a trusting relationship.
‘There’s people who say you shouldn’t trust the person you’re in a relationship with and I beg to differ. Cases are so prevalent as they do trust their partners, why wouldn’t they?’
The influencer also insisted that while cases are more prevalent in women, men’s experience of revenge porn shouldn’t be ‘discredited’.
The blonde added: ‘I’ve had a fair few men who came forward and told me their stories. I wonder if there’s an imbalance of men who don’t feel comfortable coming forward.’
On her advice to the younger generation, she concluded: ‘Watch the documentary. It’s a huge education tool… those conversations between children and parents, grandparents and teachers are usually really awkward.
‘It’s hard to open up as it is a sensitive topic and still a taboo. I would say definitely watch it, use it as a talking point and start speaking to your family and friends.
‘Start speaking to your family and friends – the more people that support you, the better you will feel if you’ve been a victim.
‘Unfortunately, we have to look at the consequences of sending these images… as tough as it is. The doc really outlines every eventuality. I think it’s moving and I worked really hard on it.’
Honest: The outing comes after Zara recalled feeling suicidal after her two revenge porn ordeals in an interview with Sky News on Thursday.