Chloe Ferry wears a very short tartan miniskirt and thigh-high boots at Geordie Shore launch


CHLOE Ferry stepped out in a tiny tartan mini-skirt and thigh-high boots as she and her Geordie Shore castmates prepared for the launch of the latest series.

The 23-year-old reality star left little to the imagination as she flashed a hint of her bottom in the daring ensemble.

Chloe braved the cold in a tiny tartan miniskirt

Chloe teamed the black and white skirt with a long-sleeved black polo neck and the black peep-toes boots, completing the sultry look with her long blonde hair straight around her shoulders and a pair of sunglasses on her head.

Chloe was joined by her Geordie Shore co-star, and close friend, Bethan Kershaw, as well as show newcomer Tahlia Chung, as they strolled around Camden, North London, with huge suitcases.

The photos come just hours after Chloe’s boyfriend, Sam Gowland, lashed out at a vile troll who had urged the beauty to take her own life on social media.

The reality TV hunk was left seething after a keyboard warrior suggested that “suicide” was the best option for Chloe in a comment left underneath one of her selfies.

The reality star flashed a hint of her bottom in the daring outfit
She completed the look with thigh-high boots
Chloe was joined by her Geordie Shore co-stars

Sam, 23, shared a screenshot of the cruel message alongside the caption: “Literally lost for words again what the f*** is wrong with people!!!!

“It’s not even hurtful to see it’s just disgusting!”

The troll’s comment comes after a series of reality stars – such as Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon – have taken their own lives.

Chloe previously admitted that Sam worries about her cosmetic surgery procedures.

Chloe’s boyfriend Sam defended her from vile trolls
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The star has had two nose jobs, boob implants, a bum lift, and regularly gets fillers injected into her face.

Speaking to Closer magazine, Chloe confessed: “Sam likes the fake look so he likes what I’ve had done.

“But he does worry about me. I’m always really scared before surgery but this time, I did say to him, ‘I won’t have any more done, this is the last thing.’

“Of course, it’s a bit addictive. But I can stop myself, I’m happy with myself now.”

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