Abbey Clancy sizzles in new lingerie shoot

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Abbey Clancy looks sensational in her latest shoot for underwear brand Ultimo.

The Strictly Come Dancing winner modelled the new mint polka dot set from the high street giant.

Posing in front of a dressing room mirror Abbey showcased her incredible physique in the design, which featured a criss-cross back.


"The new Ultimo ranges are beautifully bright and flirty - perfect for summer," Abbey said. "You can mix and match the two new styles, so the collection is very easy-to-wear and lots of fun.

"Mint is a gorgeous colour for summer - really fresh and breezy - and suits almost every skin tone. It also looks incredible with a tan or sun kissed skin," she added.

Michelle Mone, founder of Ultimo, said, "Abbey looks gorgeous in the new Ultimo designs, which are perfect for injection some colour into your lingerie drawer this summer.

'The One' bra is an Ultimo cleavage classic and one of our bestsellers, which is why we’ve introduced the bra in a range of new colours.”  

Earlier this year, Abbey sets pulses racing with a sexy shoot for the brand. The model showcased leopard print separates and spring-coloured lingerie sets in the 60s-style shoot with her hair styled in a retro bob and feline eyeliner flicks.

She also modelled the label's bridal collection, saying, "It's absolutely key to get your bridal underwear right – not just for under your dress on the day, but when choosing something special for later."

Abbey, who married Stoke football player Peter Crouch back in 2011, took over from Michael Buble's wife Luisana Lopilato as the face - and body - of the underwear brand.

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