Abbey Clancy wears semi-sheer bustier gown four months after giving birth

Francesca Specter
Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
Abbey Clancy: The lingerie model wears a semi-sheer gown for a charity event. [Photo: Getty]

Abbey Clancy looked stunning last night in a corseted, semi-sheer gown as she attended a glitzy event in London – four months after giving birth.

The model, 33, gave birth to son Jack, her fourth child with footballer husband Peter Crouch, on 3 June this year.

Yet it would seem the mum-of-four is now a pro at getting back on the red carpet after birth, working a look by Aadnevik – the label of London-based Norwegian fashion designer Kristian Aadnevik – last night.

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She wore the look to the Fabulous Fund Fair, an event held in aid of the Naked Heart Foundation, a charity for children with special needs and their families.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 03: Abbey Clancy attends the Naked Heart Foundation's Fund Fair hosted by Natalia Vodianova helping children with special needs on October 4, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Naked Heart Foundation)
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 03: Natalia Vodianova and Abbey Clancy attend the Naked Heart Foundation's Fund Fair hosted by Natalia Vodianova helping children with special needs on October 4, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Naked Heart Foundation)

Clancy showed off her post-baby figure in the floor-length ballgown, which had a cinched-in waist, bustier-style top and full-length semi-sheer skirt.

This isn’t the first time since her pregnancy she has worn a figure-revealing outfit, however. She shared a picture of herself in a tiny white bikini with her Instagram followers on 10 July, just over a month after giving birth.

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The 5”9 model has previously spoken about her slim figure, admitting in an interview as the face of Provoke, via Express Online, that she does not struggle to maintain her weight.

“I generally eat what I want to in moderation,” she said. “I don’t really struggle with my weight too much so I don’t have to be focused on what not to eat. But, I like to eat well because it makes me have energy and feel less tired and it’s good for your skin and hair.”

While not all new mothers will look like genetically-blessed lingerie model Clancy after giving birth, women are increasingly sharing post-baby bikini photos to elevate the “average” post-pregnancy body.

Last month, Stacey Solomon was praised for sharing a 'natural' post-baby bikini photo months after giving birth to son Rex.

Appearing to share a natural shot without any of the pre-meditated angles often witnessed on Instagram, the ‘Loose Women’ star wore a black and white striped two-piece and couldn't stop smiling as she held her youngest son beside the pool.

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