Ashley James arrived at GB News for her last day before maternity leave on Wednesday night.
The reality star, 35, is pregnant with her second child with boyfriend Tom Andrews.
Ashley, who is already mother to Alfie, two, showcased her blossoming baby bump in a pink silk floor length dress from Club London for her appearance on the show.
She opted to wear the one-shouldered frock without a coat as she walked into work.
The star paired the look with pink and white platform boots and a simple necklace, opting for a neutral makeup palette.
Beauty: Pregnant Ashley James showcased her blossoming bump in a figure-hugging pink floor length dress as as she arrived at GB News on Wednesday night before maternity leave
Stunner: She opted to wear the one-shouldered frock without a coat as she walked into the studios
She slicked her blonde locks back into an up do and smiled and waved as she made her way into the studios.
It comes after Ashley discussed the ‘unwanted attention’ and comments she has faced about her body over the duration of her pregnancy and teenage years.
The presenter and DJ explained how the changes to her body have been ‘hyper sexualised’ in a recent interview with Women’s Health UK.
Speaking to their YouTube channel as part of the magazine’s My Body, My Story series, Ashley recalled her struggle growing up with ‘big boobs’ and the sexual comments she received aged just 13.
After breastfeeding her son Alf, she went on to say that her own relationship with her body changed positively, only for her to then receive cruel online comments from strangers.
Ashley explained how she found some changes to her body ‘overwhelming’ through pregnancy and has always has a difficult relationship with her breasts.
She began: ‘I’ve always had such big boobs, since I was 13…So with that has come lots of unwanted attention, hyper sexualization.
‘When I was 13. I was a 30 Double G…the comments came from boys at school, especially older boys at school, it would always be like, really sexual and pervert comments about my body, and if I was having sex and stuff like that, and I was literally 13. So that was quite like a sharp awakening.’
Smiles: The star paired the look with pink and white platform boots and a simple necklace, opting for a neutral makeup palette
Glam: She slicked her blonde locks back into an up do and smiled and waved as she made her way into the studios
The presenter added how she felt she had ‘reclaimed her body from sexualization’ after breastfeeding her son, which she described as a ‘heavenly, earthy thing.’
However, this then changed again when she came under-fire from strangers after she shared photos online in an attempt to ‘normalise’ breastfeeding.
Ashley continued: ‘There were all these comments about me being an attention seeker, and how I was doing it for attention, and I remember thinking like, “how is feeding a baby, an attention seeking thing?”‘
It comes after she revealed she’s been forced to ignore cruel trolls who slam her for stripping off in lingerie and accuse her of ‘doing it for male attention’.
The former Made In Chelsea star spoke out during an interview with The Sun and said it’s unfair that men are praised for having a dad bod while women are scrutinised for their appearance after birth.
She explained: ‘I think there is always shame and judgement, I was a lingerie model, so I’ve posed in lingerie for over a decade.’
Bumping along: Ashley is soon set to welcome her second child with her boyfriend Tom Andrews
Mother-to-be: The stunning pink frock hugged every inch of the mother-to-be’s figure, revealing her hourglass curves
Looking great: She strutted up the stairs in pink and white platform boots for her evening on GB News
She added: ‘Especially with breastfeeding there is this idea or connotation that your attention seeking or doing it for male attention.’
Speaking about being shamed for posing in sexy lingerie, Ashley said: ‘Ultimately people can think what they want but a lot of people who judge it are projecting their own insecurities or lack of self worth.’
Ashley has previously proudly shared breastfeeding snaps after receiving lots of ‘creepy and judgemental’ comments about having her cleavage out.
Posting candid pictures with her baby, she explained that she’s ‘bored of being made to feel ashamed’ for her bust and told fans to ‘stop judging women with big boobs’.