Katie Piper shows off her enviable shape in a stripy bodycon dress and chic boots for autumnal outing
Katie Piper was enjoying a laid back outing with her daughter Belle, two, in London on Thursday, just ahead of the weekend.
The 33-year-old star, who raises the little girl with husband Richard Sutton, nailed winter dressing in a cosy bodycon dress in an eye-catching colour scheme.
In horizontal stripes, it was her enviable proportions that was the centre of attention as the garment skimmed closely over her figure.
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Stepping out in style: Katie Piper was enjoying a laid back outing with her daughter Belle, two, in London on Thursday
Katie kept snug in her long-sleeved wool number, forgoing a coat over her figure-hugging dress.
She completed her attire with a grey leather handbag and buckle embellished, knee-high boots.
Katie took to social media to share a cute picture of Belle in a personlised bomber jacket as they played in the park.
'It's even too cold for the ducks!', she captioned the snap of the toddler staring out at an empty pond.
Chic as ever: Katie kept snug in her long-sleeved wool number, forgoing a coat over her figure-hugging dress
Adorable: Katie took to social media to share a cute picture of Belle in a personlised bomber jacket as they played in the park
Katie used her Instagram to raise awareness of a topic very close to home over the Halloween weekend.
She called costumes featuring temporary burns, scars and disfigurements 'distasteful and offensive' in an impassioned outpouring to her 385,000 followers, last Wednesday.
The TV personality was scarred for life in 2008 when her ex-boyfriend Daniel Lynch hired Stefan Sylvestre to throw acid on her face in an attack which left her still needing reconstructive surgery nearly a decade later.
The philanthropist had written on her social media page: 'It's not even Halloween and I've had over 20 photos on my feed of make-up artists posting Halloween gore-overs.
'It's distasteful and offensive to make temporary burns, scars and disfigurements on someone's face for Halloween.
Smart: She completed her attire with a grey leather handbag and buckle embellished, knee-high boots
'Some of us have these differences all year round. When did Halloween turn into people imitating accident victims?'
Next to the image, the mother-of-one attached a further note, reading: 'I enjoy Halloween just as much as the next person but please don't dress up as someone that has had trauma happen to them.
'Even if you don't care about other people's feelings how about remembering non of us are immune and it could be you one day with those injuries no Halloween make up needed.
'Pumpkins, witches, cats, bats whatever but not someone who has been seriously injured please.'
Katie's recovery is ongoing and she's an advocate for body confidence, setting up The Katie Piper Foundation in order to help burns victims and people suffering from disfiguring injuries.
Ready for winter: The autumnal outing was the perfect match for her colour scheme
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