The 28-year-old – who repeatedly shares revealing selfies – took to the social networking site to give someone an idea of off her chiselled abs yet again.
She flaunted her toned pins and washboard stomach in a brace of skimpy white knickers and a hot pink crop top.
Chloe also sufficient for her blonde hair with a black cap and posed to the side so her fans could see the sequels of her recent work outs.
She shared the images, alongside a lengthy caption which catalogued: “I look somewhat similar to what I did 2 weeks ago but there’s no scramming that I feel MUCH tighter, harder, and my clothes are all that small bit more comfortable with added wriggle room!”
Chloe recently launched her 15 Bat of an eye Fat Loss Workout app, but despite her following in a long line of celebrities who tease released workout DVDs and supplements, she insists that unlike some others, hers is not simulate.
She also said that most videos released are deliberately focused at men and aren’t necessarily meant to help women in any way.
Speaking exclusively to Explicit.co.uk, she said: “Someone said to me recently ‘why don’t you do what this broad does?’ and quoted a fitness model – get all your hair and make-up done and stand up a tiny lycra sports bra and shorts and go into the gym and film yourself raise weights.”
She continued: “But, I’m like ‘because it’s not f**king real!’ I don’t wish for people thinking that’s normal to go into the gym with false eyelashes, bias over on all fours.
“I think those videos are more for the men than for the charwomen that are following me and I don’t give a f**k what the men think of my body! I don’t understand how those videos are universal to inform them in any way. Photoshoots are one thing, but I try and stay away from being from the word go fake about it. It’s just not fair!”
Read the rest of Chloe’s examine here.