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Clancy takes aim at breast cancer

Published 14/04/2015

Abbey Clancy is joining the campaign against breast cancer
Abbey Clancy is joining the campaign against breast cancer

Model Abbey Clancy is helping to target breast cancer, by striking a sultry pose in a new poster campaign.

The winner of 2013's Strictly Come Dancing joins singer Foxes, Victoria's Secret Angel Lily Donaldson, and model Alice Dellal in the new series of pictures by photographer Simon Emmett for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

Clancy looks sexy and chic as she shows off her famous legs, wearing just a plain white shirt.

The TV presenter, who is mother to four-year-old daughter Sophia with footballer husband Peter Crouch, said: "As a mum, it makes me proud to be part of a campaign that funds vital work towards ensuring the next generation of young women do not have be afraid of a diagnosis of breast cancer. I'm wearing my support, and I want everyone across the UK to do the same and get behind this campaign."

Holding Onto Heaven singer Foxes looks foxy in cropped stripy top and jeans.

She said: "I'm so honoured to be taking part in this year's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, and becoming part of the campaign's awesome heritage.

"Fashion is a huge part of my life, and if by taking part I can inspire women to wear their support, join the fight and take on breast cancer head on, then that will be something to be really proud of."

Now in its 19th year, the campaign has so far raised £13.5m for Breakthrough Breast Cancer's research funding.

This year the range of clothes and accessories have been produced in conjunction with high street partners M&S, River Island, Warehouse, Topshop, Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Superga, Baukjen and The Cambridge Satchel Company.

They can be viewed online at

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