She is known for getting dressed up to the nines, as one of the glamorous girls on TOWIE.But Amber Turner almost suffered an epic wardrobe malfunction on Saturday night as she stepped out in Essex for Geordie Shore star Sophie Kaseai’s birthday party.
The blonde beauty, 24 years old headed to Faces nightclub in a raunchy blue midi dress with a perilously high leg split which gave a huge flash of her underwear free frame underneath.The TOWIE star certainly dressed up for occasion in a slinky strapless midi frock, which skimmed her slender frame all the way down.However, featuring a daring side split which cut all the way to her waist, the blonde displayed most of her long legs and knicker free frame underneath and threatened to flash too much, as she strutted into club.Narrowly avoiding malfunction however, Amber maintained her sleek appearance by adding barely-there silver heels, and a matching glittering choker.
Styling her hair into big, bouncy waves and adding her trademark contoured make-up look, reality star was the picture of glamour as she embarked on her wild night out.The blonde was present to celebrate pal Sophia Kasaei’s 28th birthday, and was joined by the likes of Chloe Ferry, Nathan Henry and Abbie Holborn, who all star on MTV’s Geordie Shore.It is no wonder Amber was keen for a night out with friends, having recently endured a painful split from TOWIE’s Dan Edgar.Earlier this month, the reality star was left heartbroken when she discovered her on-off beau had bedded a mystery woman behind her back.
Coming face to face with Dan last week, Amber admitted she was struggling to get over their romance and the pair agreed to cut all contact.In scenes aired on TOWIE, the blonde said through tears ‘We can never be friends. It has to be all or nothing, and I think its best if its nothing.’Dan agreed that it was the right decision for ‘your sake and mine’, at which Amber fired back fiercely ‘Well more for my sake, as you don’t give a s*** about me.’Taken aback, Dan explained of his actions: ‘I do, I do, it’s just not the right time.’