Karren Brady’s daughter sizzles as she puts on bootylicious display

Daughter of The Apprentice star Karren Brady, Sophia Peschisolido, caused quite the heat surge as she took to Instagram with yet another red-hot offering.

Like many social media influencers at the moment, the 24-year-old has recently returned from a lavish trip to Dubai.

If today's scorching display is anything to go by then Sophia certainly won't be hanging up her skimpy holiday attire anytime soon.

Getting fans fired up, she popped on a steamy floral patterned minidress that hugged her svelte curves impeccably.

The long-sleeved frock also boasted a peephole opening, exposing her bronzed skin with her back almost completely on show.

Sharing a duo of images, Sophia pulled off a number of racy poses that would have certainly caused temperatures to rise.

Showing off her modelling skills, she took formation and lunged into a squat like position to not only parade her pert derrière but to flaunt the natural curvature in her spine in the revealing garment.

Giving Kim Kardashian a good run for her money, she ramped up the sex appeal in the second image that was taken from a side angle.

Putting on quite the leggy display in the skintight an thigh grazing item, she seductively starred straight into the camera lens.

The brunette bombshell had styled her long tresses into stunning loose waves that tumbled down her body.

Looking ready for a night out on the town, she boasted a full face of makeup that included groomed eyebrows, fluttery lashes, peachy cheekbones and lip lined lips.

Sophia wasn't going to let the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions spoil her fun as she vowed to get glam "to stay in".

She told fans: "Dressing up to stay in @missyempire #missygirls #missygirl #missyempire #ad."

Recently Karren's beautiful daughter hit the headlines after she'd opened up in a candid Q&A session revealing that she suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder – widely known as BDP.

One online user asked Sophia to elaborate on her condition, to which she replied: "I mean if it helps other people then sure thing!

"Urm I didn't actually realise I had anything until I started going to therapy and I was then diagnosed by a psychiatrist after she told me I had it.

"Things kind of fell into place and I could overcome it a lot more and knew I wasn't crazy I just had a personality disorder that a lot of other people have to."

Encouraging others to speak up, rather than suffer in silence, she penned: "Never be ashamed to ask for help or to be yourself."

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