Roxy Horner looks stunning in a silk gown as she posts sultry selfies of her house after it was flooded.
After the home was submerged by floodwater, Jack Whitehall forced her to move out.
Yet Roxy Horner, 30, still seemed in good spirits as she shared a sultry Instagram post from her London flat on Sunday.
For a photo, the British model was stunning in a white, plunging silk gown.
Amazing: Roxy Horner (30) looked amazing in a white silk gown for an Instagram photo on Sunday
Boux Avenue Ambassador posed in her living area in the revealing white dress. She looked at the camera with a beautiful, sultry smile.
Starlet, whose raunchy gown featured a bold neckline and ruching at the bust showcased her sexy assets.
The spaghetti straps were ultra thin and held her dress up, flattering her petite figure.
Uh oh! Roxy was reported to have been forced from Jack Whitehall’s PS17.5 million Notting Hill house after it became inundated by floodwaters last week. (Photo taken earlier this month.)
Roxy, who was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in May, opted for a glamorous, yet pared down makeup look for her Instagram upload – sporting her trademark feathered brows and fox-style eye makeup.
Even a little bit of highlighter was added to her cheekbones, and she also applied a soft pink gloss to her full lips.
She wore her blonde locks in crimped, wet-look waves that she styled with a central parting.
She took to her Instagram story to show off her dolled-up look, which was created by artist Nikki Makeup – who has an impressive 1.7 million followers on the social media platform.
Roxy’s Instagram upload comes after she was reportedly forced out of Jack’s new PS17.5million Notting Hill home.
Roxy shared the house with comedian Roxy, but it was apparently swamped by floodwater, and Roxy and Roxy were forced to live in hotels due to the destruction caused by the natural catastrophe.
Roxy and comedian Roxy were forced out of Roxy’s house by floodwater. They had to move into a hotel because of the flooding.
According to The Sun, water flooded the kitchen and dining area, damaging the parquet flooring.
According to a source, he was devastated. This is a serious setback to moving in. He loves the house and it is amazing. It even has a lift, and a swimming pool. The kitchen didn’t become a swimming pool, he said.
“Roxy” doesn’t reside there all the time, but she does live there during the week. It would make a great home for a new family.
“They were forced to leave while repairs are made. It was very expensive flooring that was damaged.
According to the source, all of the property that was damaged will need to be rebuilt. This could leave the couple facing a large bill.
This five-bedroom home, which was once a pub, features a swimming pool, sauna and steam room as well as a gym, cinema, and a garage.
Jack’s home was one of several in the region that were flooded this month.
Kensington and Chelsea Council spokesperson said that all tenants affected by the crisis were moved from their home to safe housing.
According to a source, damage will be caused by Jack’s property. This could leave the couple facing a large bill.
Publiated at Sun, 01 August 2021 17:49.47 +0000