Emily Atack says she is proud of the sexy photographs that a quite Google image search can provide after posing for the cameras in racy underwear.

The 30-year-old reality star and actress has no regrets about stripping down for some saucy snaps back in 2012.

Emily – who has starred in hit comedy The Inbetweeners and was runner up on I'm A Celeb back in 2018 – has also posed for the likes of ioconic lads mag FHM, which stopped circulation in 2016.

While the star says she is glad people are aware of her more for her work than her sizzling photos, she says she has no shame about celebrating her past photo shoots.


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“I have always wanted to let people know there was more to me than a pin-up," she told The Sun on Sunday.

“But I have my FHM covers framed, I don’t feel shame. I did those things because I wanted to and I loved those shoots," she went on.

“If you’ve got it and you want to flaunt it, then flaunt it. I will probably show my grandkids," she added.


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Meanwhile, the star has also given her thoughts on how the current global pandemic over ther the Covid-19 coronavirus will impact couples who have gone into self-isolation together.

"They will sit there and drink wine together and listen to music, put the candles on, get the naughty undies on again," she told Metro.

"Simply out of boredom! I think it will spice up a lot of relationships. Lucky b******s!" she added.

Emily is due to hit the road later this year with a new comedy stand up show called Emily Atack has left the group.

"We thought long and hard about announcing this, but with the shows being far ahead, I only hope we’ll be through this very hard time by then," she wrote on Instagram as she shared news of the planned tour as coronavirus panic took hold across the world.

"We’ll all be in the mood for a laugh," she added – as she emphasised her hope that the pandemic will be over by September.

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