Playboy model Kelly Brook has stripped for her New Look lingerie range. The 32-year-old flaunts her voluptuous figure in the latest promotional campaign.
Kelly Brook in satin and lace lingerie.
Kelly Brook in a lilac bra, stockings and suspenders.
This pretty floral two-piece is every girl's fantasy.
A bra as pretty as this is a must have.
High-waist knickers are also a part of New Look collection.
Kelly Brook tweeted: "New Look Lingerie Sales up 18% Great news thank you everyone x."
Brook poses in a bright red lacy lingerie set, complete with matching garters et al.
Kelly sure looks haute in the pink lingerie.
Brook recently told a magazine that she dislikes minimiser bras and thinks girls should embrace their curves!
Kelly Brook modelled her new lingerie collection for high-street chain New Look in a sizzling new photoshoot.
Brook’s affordable lingerie range, which includes striking leopard prints, lace and polka-dot designs, is designed to flatter larger figures and includes bras in sizes 34B to 36F.
Kelly, 32, who is dating rugby star Thom Evans, is seen with sexy, smoky eyes and hair pulled up in 60s-style bouffant, in the raunchy new photos.
“I am so excited about my second lingerie collection,” the Mirror quoted her as saying.
“It’s gorgeous and feminine with a few sexy pieces thrown into the mix. I hope everyone loves it as much as I do,” she said.
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