Abbey Clancy looks gorgeous in a mini-dress and knee-high boots for fancy dinner out

ABBEY Clancy looked gorgeous in a mini-dress and knee-high boots for a fancy dinner out.

The 35-year-old model, who's married to ex-footie star Peter Crouch, couldn't wait to kick up her heels and enjoy some indoor dining with a friend after lockdown restrictions ended on Monday.

Mum-of-four Abbey showed off her stunning figure in a chocolate brown mini dress as she oozed glam in front of the mirror.

Her long and tanned legs looked toned as ever as she threw on a pair of matching chocolate brown leather knee-high boots.

The Strictly star finished the sophisticated look with a brown tailored leather jacket.

Abbey showed off her natural beauty with just a slick of nude lippy and blusher.


She wrote alongside the caption: "We love Mondays."

Fans flocked to Instagram to comment.

One wrote: "Great boots."

Another said: "So hot."



Meanwhile just last month Abbey revealed the "terrifying" moment clumps of her hair started falling out.

She also revealed that she developed facial pigmentation following the birth of her kids and found it difficult to leave the house without make-up.

She told OK! magazine: "I was so ill during pregnancy, and my skin was so reactive. It was allergic to everything, even fabrics and washing powder. I also had a lot of hair loss.

"It grows back, but when clumps of hair fall out when you're washing it, it's terrifying.


"I had three kids in four years, so I felt like I had no hair left by the end! It's another thing that was damaging to my confidence. It's scary for any woman going through that."

The model, who is mum to Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, three and Jack, 22 months, explained how her skin discolouration left her feeling low.

She added: "I've been struggling with pigmentation for about 10 years now – it began when I was pregnant with my first daughter, Sophia.

"It was quite damaging to my self-confidence – I felt I always had to wear make-up to cover it up – so I'm always on the lookout for products that can help combat that."

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