The Valleys star Lateysha flashes some sideboobage Get celebs updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email She's not know for her modesty. But we were still surprised to see The Valleys star Lateysha Grace showing so much side boob in her latest Instagram post. The reality star shared a seriously saucy snap of herself in nothing but a gold necklace, holding her boobs as she attempted to cover her dignity. With a full face of glam make up, a dark glowing tan and a brunette mane of hair falling over her shoulders, Lateysha looks barely recognisable in her latest snap. The year-old shared the image with her followers under the caption: But the Welsh beauty has revealed the experience has NOT put her off more surgery in a bid to get the rear of her dreams.
The Valleys star Lateysha Grace shows off serious side-boob as she poses topless in saucy snap
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