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Having amassed a large online following, Megan Barton-Hanson has been lending her newfound celeb status to causes close to her heart.
Tonight, the 24-year-old made an appearance at an event organised by Gurls Talk, an online community where women are encouraged to share their experiences in a judgement-free zone.
Making a style statement at the special event, Megan channelled Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe in a sleeveless black dress, which featured a plunging neckline.
The starlet – who spent up to £25k transforming her look with plastic surgery — showcased her curves in the daring attire.
With her toned legs on display thanks to the outfit’s thigh-high slit, Megan oozed confidence as she lapped up the attention from the cameras.
Giving herself a little help in the height department, the ambassador of online retailer Pretty Little Thing wore sky-high heels.
The Essex native complimented her wardrobe choice by opting for a classic makeup look, sporting a fresh, dewy complexion with neutral-toned face makeup.
Adding a pop of glamour to her look, Megan wore bright red lipstick for her night out.
“I’ve suffered on-and-off with mental health problems since my teens”
Megan’s appearance at the Gurls Talk event comes after she opened up about her battle with depression and anxiety.
In a post shared in honour of World Mental Health Day on October 12, the ITV2 bombshell revealed she previously struggled to “get out of bed and face the world each morning”.
Opening up to her 1.8 million Instagram followers, she said: “A lot of people can’t get their heads around why, if I was so depressed and suffering from anxiety, I would go on a reality show.
“For me, it was a make or break moment. I’d suffered on-and-off with mental health problems since my teens.
“The end of 2017/early 2018 was probably the lowest I’d ever felt. There were a few times that I just didn’t want to wake up, I had suicidal thoughts.
“I had even gone to my mum sobbing about what I should do as I didn’t want to be alive anymore.”
Praising the positive impact Love Island has had on her life, Megan added: “Meeting people and experiencing them loving me…
“And not the persona I was presenting online, gave me strength and made me realise that I need to love myself more.”
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