CBeebies presenter Sarah-Jane Honeywell, 47, strips to lingerie for sexy mirror selfie

EX CBEEBIES host Sarah-Jane Honeywell was sacked after posing for a sizzling half naked snap a decade ago – but she hasn't let it stop her.

The former childrens' TV favourite, 47, took to her Instagram page to model a plunging blue bra and grey leopard-print knickers in a series of candid shots.

The lingerie served to show off Sarah-Jane's lean, toned figure and visible abs.

As she turned side-profile for the second image, the broadcaster's muscular thighs were highlighted.

She took the selfies with the help of a mirror and confessed in her caption: "I haven’t posted anything as revealing as this in forever but….. you know.

"I’m 47 and I’ve had two kids by c section and I’m not rich enough for surgery or matching underwear…

"So I think it shows just how sweets, laughter and dancing can keep you fit 🤸🏼🍬🍭😂 #happiness #thelittlethingsinlife."

One fan then asked for the secret to her sizzling figure and quizzed: "Beauty 💕 Are you still doing the ‘eating when hungry’ regime? I was on your group x"

Sarah-Jane was quick to agree and reply:"Yes that’s what I’ve always done. I got too busy to do the group but I aim to get it going again xxxxxxx"

The mum of two is now a founder of Curious Theatre.

Mighty Mites host Sarah-Jane was sacked from what she called the "job of her dreams' after posing semi naked for a PETA campaign in 2011.

She previously opened up to The Sun about being fired, and said: "At the time, I was on a filming break from CBeebies, so didn’t think I needed to clear it with them.

"It was just a bit of fun – and I wasn’t even paid to do it."

She said she fell into debt after the saga negatively impacted the amount of job offers coming her way.


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Sarah-Jane added it had become so much, she sadly contemplated taking her own life.

She told The Sun: "I had to move into my parents’ garage, and was at my wits end. I woke up most days feeling like I couldn’t breathe.

"I had a really strong compulsion to jump in front of an oncoming train."

Yet thankfully she cleared her mind by speaking to husband Ayden and told how she "went and sat on a wall and calmed myself down" before heading home.

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