Abbey Clancy is no stranger to the limelight on the catwalk, so it's no wonder the mother-of-two looks absolutely incredible in the new promotional pictures for Britain's Next Top Model. The brand new series will see Abbey make a gorgeous return to the judging panel alongside male supermodel Paul Sculfor, fashion guru Hilary Alexander OBE and celebrity photographer Nicky Johnston - with the show airing next month on Lifetime. The shots see Abbey confidently showcasing her svelte frame and toned curves in a figure-hugging black number, complete with a plunging neckline and tight waist.
With her blonde tresses left loose in tousled waves, the striking model - who was the runner-up in the second series of Britain's Next Top Model in 2006 – puts on a smouldering display, while standing tall in chic velvet-effect ankle boots. Her pretty complexion is highlighted with subtle tones of blusher, a swipe of soft pink lipstick and winged eyeliner. The British beauty is a mother to two young daughters Sophie and Liberty Rose, with whom she shares with her football star husband Peter Crouch.
Abbey Clancy stuns in new Britain's Next Top Model campaign pictures
Speaking ahead of next month's launch, Abbey said in a statement: "I'm really excited about the new series of Britain's Next Top Model. The auditions are already underway but, unlike last series, viewers will watch as we pick the final girls in episode one. There's going to be more drama and excitement as Paul, Hilary, Nicky and I help realise the dreams of the UK's most beautiful girls, whilst having a lot of fun on the way!"
Britain's Next Top Model returns next month
There are 12 hopefuls, who will meet experts and celebrities from the fashion and entertainment industry and each week one or more girls will be eliminated by the elite panel of judges. The series will also focus on the aspiring models' personal stories as they attempt to transform themselves from 'girls next door' to fashion icons. The brand new series of Britain's Next Top Model returns with a feature length 90 minute episode on 16th March at 9pm, exclusively on Lifetime.