As International Women's Day celebrations sweep social media, a whole host of famous faces have been getting in on the action.
The posts ranged from the skin-baring to the thought-provoking as the stars paid tribute to the inspiring females in their lives, which in some cases were themselves.
Kicking things off on Instagram was Love Island's Jess Shears, who went topless as she paid tribute to 'sassy' women everywhere.
Posing in nothing but white knickers, a towel and sunglasses alongside her similarly attired pal, Jess flaunted her curves from an exotic location.
Lorraine Kelly also dare to bare - but in a slightly different way as she revealed what she looks like before her make-up team have got her looking camera ready.
The 58-year-old presenter posed without a hint of slap as she encouraged fans to show off their 'real selves' as well.
Speaking on Women's Day, Lorraine said she'd been inspired by actress Helen Mirren who shared her make-up free face before she was made over for the Oscars.
Victoria Beckham also shared a selfie in honour of Women's Day, as she posed alongside daughter Harper.
"Kisses baby girl from mummy and daddy," she wrote in the caption.
Not to be outdone, David Beckham also paid tribute to his girls as he paid tribute to the strong women in his life, wife Victoria and his mum Sandra.
"LEADING THE WAY .. So lucky to have strong and determined women in my home & work life leading the way," he penned in the caption alongside two pictures of his favourite gals.Read More
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Holly Willoughby also made the day a family affair as she took the time to shout out her mum and sister.
The This Morning host shared an adorable picture from her childhood as the trio posed in matching white outfits.
"Happy International Women’s Day to these two power house women in my life... my mother and my sister... love you both!," she shared on her Instagram page.
While Katie Price opted for some self-love as she reminded fans to 'Never estimate the Pricey.'
The mum-of-five shared an edited snap of her walking in the rain as she showcased her pins in a thigh-skimming mini dress and thigh high boots.
Stephanie Davis took a similar approach, as she reflected on how she'd overcome a difficult year that saw her split with partner Jeremy McConnell and seek treatment for alcohol abuse.Read More
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Posting on International Women's Day, which is also on her 25th birthday this year, Steph told fans she was proud of how far she'd come.
"Last year my world came crumbling down on this very day, and I honestly honestly didn't think I would see another year," she wrote.
Steph also paid tribute to single mums everywhere and hailed her son Caben as her saviour
While Emma Watson posed up in pink silk bomber jacket baring a feminist message: "Girls just wanna have fundamental rights."
Luckily, all words and grammar were correct - following Emma's embarrassing mishap at the Academy Awards.
The actress was ridiculed on social media for sporting a fake tattoo in honour of the 'Time's Up' campaign that was missing an apostrophe.