Abbey Clancy sizzles in new Ultimo shoot

Abbey Clancy has once again set pulses racing with a saucy new underwear shoot for Ultimo.

Abbey Clancy has once again set pulses racing with a saucy new underwear shoot for Ultimo.

The model showcases 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, Abbey looks stunning in the new images.



Talking about the new collection, Abbey said, "It's really easy to fall into the 'black or white' trap when buying lingerie, so it's refreshing to see a collection packed with prints and bright colours.

"I especially love the leopard print range, Ultimo 'Panther' – it's very simple, sexy and greta for enhancing your curves."

Michelle Mone, the creator of Ultimo added. "The new Ultimo styles are bagn on-trend and perfect for adding some life to your lingerie drawer. Bright, chic, stylish and affordable, this is a 'must-have' collection for the summer season."


Last month, Abbey starred in the lingerie label's bridal campaign. The 28-year-old took over from Michael Buble's wife Luisana Lopilato as the face – and body – of the underwear brand.

Dressed in white lingerie, Abbey was pictured reclining back on a giant baroque style bed that is covered in luxurious white fur. The Liverpool-born beauty , who married Stoke football player Peter Crouch in 2011, flaunts her incredible figure as she strikes a seductive pose and plays with her perfectly blowdryed locks.

Speaking about the new range, Abbey said, "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.


Ultimo's bridal collection will guarantee you feel supported, sexy and confident on your big day."

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