The socialite attended an exhibition private viewing last night wearing a black net dress which left absolutely nothing to the imagination.
But Tamara looked delighted with her outfit as she arrived at Mike Figgis' Kate & Other Women exhibit at The Little Black Gallery.
Aren't you a bit old for that now? Tamara Beckwith opted for an entirely see-through black dress as she attended a private viewing of new exhibit Kate & Other Women at the Little Black Gallery
The only thing protecting Tamara's modesty was the lacy black underwear she was wearing underneath the dress.
While the socialite looked in great shape, especially considering she has two children, the dress would perhaps have been more suited to a younger women.
In fact, the see-through lace dress was similar in style to the one worn by Britney Spears at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2001.
Not the best look: But Tamara, 41, looked delighted with her dress, which she teamed with black heels
Tamara attended Cheltenham Ladies’ College, but left shortly after getting pregnant at 16 by William Gerhauser, the son of former Playboy boss Bill Gerhauser.
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With her friend Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, she became one of the most well-known It-girls of the 1990s, dating film stars such as Sylvester Stallone and Charlie Sheen and becoming engaged to Sharon Stone’s brother, Michael.
More recently, she featured in several reality television programmes including ITV1’s Dancing on Ice.
In 2007 she married Italian property heir Giorgio Veroni and two years later gave birth to their daughter Violet.
She now says she lives a ‘normal-ish’ life, although she admits she was a ‘selfish’ mother.
'I was like a naughty big sister,’ she said. ‘I lived in a nightclub. Until I was 26 I was quite revolting ... I had to learn it’s not all about me.
‘Anouska was always loved, she wasn’t neglected, so how bad could it be?
'The point is, she doesn’t feel she was number one. She was never my priority. Now I’m married and living a normal-ish life, she thinks it’s her time.
'And I say: “I don’t want to be funny Anouska, but you’re 24. Go and do your life, I’m here if you want me”. '
However, Tamara spoke recently of her incredibly close bond with her daughter.
She said: 'I am full-on - Anouska has to check in with me every day.
'She says, “Mummy, I am 23, it’s really embarrassing when I’m with my friends - none of them has to call their mother every day.”
'And I say, “All you have to do is send me a text to say you are OK and then I won’t worry. It’s only because I love you.”
'She might find it annoying at her age but, deep down, it’s nice to think that you are wanted and loved. I didn’t have Nooshy to just never see her!’
Close: Tamara at an event with her daughter Anouska