CHRISTMAS has come early for fans of Danielle Mason who dressed up in a seriously skimpy sexy Santa outfit – simply to put out her BINS.
The My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star stripped down to a bright red bra and pants to tackle the messy household chore and was clearly in a playful mood as she lifted the hem to flash her bum.
The very revealing two-piece featured a fluffy white trim on the plunging neckline which drew even more attention to her cleavage.
Making some attempt to keep warm, daring Danielle wrapped up in a racy red cloak with two pom pom tassels.
Giving her neighbours an eyeful, she strolled to down her front path in the cheeky Crimbo get-up while pushing the bin.
The reality TV beauty seemed like she’d been taking a few pointers from former Big Brother contestant Lisa Appleton, who we exclusively showed getting rid of her rubbish in a tiny pair of knickers.
Danielle, who is the half-sister of EastEnders actress Jessie Wallace, even went to the effort of styling her hair with a matching bright red bow in a cute high pony.
She left the rest of her light brown hair in waves which fell over her shoulders as she dashed back to her front door in a pair of festive socks.
In doing so, she played up to the camera even more and lifted her jacket high over her pert bum.
She gave a cheeky smile for the photographers before retreating to her warm home.
Danielle, who recently split with her traveller husband Tony Giles, seemed in high spirits after a heartbreaking few months.
She opened up on her struggles fitting into the gypsy community and their “different walks of life” which eventually forced her to seek medical advice.
Danielle, who was with the Channel 4 TV star for six years, said: “Trying to keep him happy made me ill – I had terrible panic attacks and anxiety.
“I had a couple of attacks a day and had to go to my doctor – now I’m on antidepressants and have been through therapy.
The mum-of-two told Closer magazine: “There were times I struggled to get out of bed, let alone leave the house, as I was so worried about having an attack – I’d feel feel as though I was going to collapse.
“I can’t cope with all the drama – I just want to work and look after my children.”
Credits: The Sun UK
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