On Tuesday, Abbey Clancy, 28, cruited by make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury to help launch her new collection at Selfridges in Manchester.However, it’s doubtful if anyone was looking at the cosmetics as Abbey stepped out in a tiny, plunging robe, black tights and heels as she worked as Charlotte’s model.The make-up guru showed shoppers how to achieve her special Supermodel look and used Abbey as a model but it was the blonde beauty’s long legs which really grabbed attention.
The day before, Charlotte gave a shout-out to Abbey on Instagram, writing: ‘Darlings , for the first time, I will be @theofficialselfridges Exchange Square Manchester with the gorgeous @abbeyclancyofficial demonstrating my special edition Supermodel look LIVE at counter.’And Abbey revealed how excited she was to be a part of the day, writing on her own Istagram page:
‘Today is the day @ctilburymakeup will be creating this look”thesupermodel”on me in Selfriges exchange manchester.’Abbey’s blonde hair was left loose around her shoulders and her make-up was simply flawless.
Clancy – who has one daughter, Sophia, with husband Peter Crouch – has a background in modelling.She shot to fame as a contestant on Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model, has a background in dancing to thank for her lean physique, growing up with professional training and last year working hard to become the Strictly Come Dancing champion.
Now that a new batch of dancers are on their way to glory, Abbey has been keeping up with this year’s competition as Pixie Lott, Frankie Bridge and Caroline Flack battle it out to steal her crown for Queen of the dancerfloor this season.Proving she’s still got one eye on the show, the model recently showed her support for presenter Zoe Ball who stood in for Claudia Winkleman, tweeting ‘Looking hot @ZoeTheBall !! Loving having you on @bbcstrictly xx’
She has managed to maintain the support for the current title holder in the Crouch household, with Peter recently telling the Mirror, that there was something missing this year.He confessed: ‘I’ve been watching the show and Frankie’s doing really well. I haven’t had a chance to watch it with Abbey yet because I’m always at football.
‘It’s good, but there’s obviously something missing this year!’