Jonathan Ross’ daughter Betty showed off her curves in a pale green crop top and matching joggers in an Instagram snap on Friday.
The 31-year-old kicked off the bank holiday weekend with a Passover Seder with friends on Thursday night.
The religious meal, served in Jewish homes, marked the start of the annual weeklong festival commemorating the emancipation of Jewish peoples from slavery in ancient Egypt.
She teamed the green co-ord with a pair of white Nike trainers and a matching flowered open shirt.
She styled her newly dyed short purple locks in luxurious waves as she accessorised by layering two long pendant necklaces.
Stunning: Jonathan Ross’ daughter Betty showed off her curves in a pale green crop top and matching joggers in an Instagram snap on Friday
‘Close up’: The 31-year-old showcased her newly dyed short purple locks which she styled in luxurious waves as she added a patterned matching shirt to the ensemble
Betty held up a peace sign for the selfie before sitting down to enjoy the meal with pals.
The beauty shared a ‘close up selfie’ showcasing her new tresses for the first time.
She wrote: ‘Also close up selfie from last night because I haven’t shown you guys my new hair properly yet!’
Back in February, Betty gave fans a glimpse of her loved-up parents in a sweet Instagram post.
Betty shared a photo dump in which her chat show host father, 62, and Jewish mother Jane Goldman, 52, were seen celebrating Hanukkah.
The happily married couple looked loved-up as they celebrated the Jewish holiday together, picking out decorations for their home in Hampstead.
The pair beamed for the camera as they took advantage of time off over the holidays and enjoyed quality time together.
While Jonathan is kept busy all-year round with his eponymous chat show, Jane is also a woman of many talents as she works as a screenwriter, author and producer.
Family: It comes after Betty shared sweet snaps of her father Jonathan and mother Jane celebrating Hanukkah in an Instagram photo dump. The pair have been married since 1988
Young love: Jane met her husband-to-be when she was 16-years-old at an event when she was a budding showbiz journalist and they married two years later (pictured in 1990)
She has co-written screenplays for the Kingsman: The Secret Service, and X Men: First Class, and she accomplished her first solo screen play with the 2012 film, The Woman In Black.
Jane met her husband-to-be when she was 16-years-old at an event when she was a budding showbiz journalist and they married two years later.
Jonathan – who is ten years her senior – was at the beginning stage of his talk-show hosting career and struck up conversation with the young journalist.
Jane previously told The Times: ‘I met Jonathan at some sort of promotional event.
‘He’d just started his show The Last Resort. He’d only been doing it for two weeks, I think.’
The pair share three children together, Betty, Harvey, 28, and Honey, 25.
They have a close bond with their children and have been helping daughter Betty while she battles with fibromyalgia.
Betty previously opened up about her long-term illness, revealing she can’t walk too far but has been ‘showing some improvement.
Betty also suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS) which causes an abnormal increase in the heart rate after sitting or standing.
Family: The pair share three children together, Betty, Harvey, 28, and Honey, 25 and have been helping daughter Betty (pictured) while she battles with fibromyalgia
In October 2021, Jonathan cancelled his iconic star-studded Halloween bash because he didn’t want create a ‘superspreader’ event or ‘party’ while Betty was ‘ill upstairs’.
Speaking on Friday’s Loose Women, Jonathan said: ‘She has fibromyalgia and she has chronic fatigue syndrome and POTS syndrome as well, which is where your heart rate shoots up.’
On Betty’s current treatment, he added: ‘We found a good… there’s a thing called the Perrin treatment. The guy who invented it, he came to talk to me about it and she looked it up online because she’s a smart young woman, so she has to want to do the treatment.
‘You know, I mean, I can’t just say to her “try this, try that” if she thinks it’s wrong in some way and if she’s not going to enter it one hundred per cent, of course it’s not worth doing.
‘But we’ve been having that treatment going on and she’s definitely showing some improvement.’
Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body.
Aside from pain, other symptoms can include muscle stiffness, headaches and problems with mental processes, known as ‘fibro-fog’.