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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Abbey Clancy makes striking pose

Abbey Clancy has posed in next to nothing as a shop window mannequin

Strictly winner Abbey Clancy poses in next to nothing as she shows she is as flawless as a shop window mannequin.

The model lines up with the dummies as she launches her role as the new ambassador for beauty brands Veet and Scholl, thanks to her enviable legs and feet.

She and the firms are encouraging the public to bare their skin with confidence as the weather warms up and summer approaches.

The 2013 champion of BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing said: "There's no need to hide away your legs and feet - it's time to show them off."

She added: "I've always thought my legs were my best asset and then of course as a model and enthusiastic dancer, my feet work very hard for me.

"I feel most confident when I've carried out my beauty basics such as waxing and foot care. It's not just about how great your feet and legs look, but how you feel when they are prepped and ready to bare as soon as the sun comes out."

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