Georgia Harrison flashes her bum in thong and tight corset as she dresses up for star-studded Halloween party | The Sun

GEORGIA Harrison put on a cheeky display in a Tinkerbell costume for Halloween.

The reality star looked incredible in a green corset and a thong in the same colour.

She wore a pair of fairy wings and green heels with the Peter Pan character's fluffy pom poms.

Going all out on her costume, she even wore a pair of glittery tights and pulled her hair into a green scrunchie.

"Halloween just started," she wrote.

Georgia recently revealed that she wants to stand as an MP after she helped to change the law around revenge porn.

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Her twisted ex-boyfriend Stephen Bear was convicted of sharing a video of them having sex which he had secretly filmed on CCTV.

Georgia, who waived her right to anonymity to reveal what she went through, says she has the support of senior Labour figures if she chose to run at the next election.

In April she met party leader Sir Keir Starmer and Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper to discuss violence against women and girls.

And earlier this month she attended the Labour conference in Liverpool.

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Georgia, 28, said: “I had serious conversations with a couple of Labour MPs about if I could run for Essex, and they said it would be possible.

“They told me to go away and think about it.

"They said if I was being serious about running for an MP it is something that they would support me with.

“I think also for little girls growing up seeing someone like me running for an MP would be quite inspiring.

“We need more normal people going into politics.

"We spoke for a while about what it would entail — and they said I’d get a lot of messages about bin collections. I can handle that.

"I’d happily tell everyone about their bins — do not leave your trash everywhere, it’s just so wrong.”

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