Abbey Clancy narrowly avoids major wardrobe malfunction at BAFTA TV Awards
Abbey Clancy had a near wardrobe malfunction when she arrived for the red carpet event of BAFTA TV Awards 2018 and her dress did have everyone looking at her
Abbey Clancy knows how to steal the show effortlessly as Britain’s Next Top Model presenter showed up looking flawless at the red carpet event of BAFTA TV Awards 2018. Abbey looked gorgeous as she arrived at the event in a show-stopping beaded gown.
The wife of footballer Peter Crouch made sure that all eyes were on her and her figure-hugging gown as she chose to wear minimal jewelry. Abbey chose to have a daring plunging V-neckline which featured a delicate lace fringing around it. The daring dress showed off plenty of side boob and it looked like it was a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen. At the same time, the dress had slits in the sides and showed off her perfect curves. She styled her golden locks into voluminous curls and chose to have smokey eyes to highlight the look.
Right before the event, she chose to share with her fans how she gets ready for a showbiz event. Posting the updates on her Instagram story, Abbey announced: “Just getting my pre-BAFTA facial from Dr. Tatiana.”
Abbey and her husband recently welcomed their third child, a little baby boy on January 3. Abbey shared the happy news on her Instagram as she posted a black and white photo of their adorable baby and captioned the picture as, "Baby Johnny Crouch born 3/1/18 7lb2 5.15pm. So in love with our baby boy happy healthy and beautiful xx."
Abbey and footballer Peter, 36, are already the proud parents to two little girls; Sophia Ruby, six and two-year-old Liberty Rose. Abbey shared the news of her third pregnancy back in June. In an interview with HELLO!, the model raveled how she had been suffering from morning sickness during her pregnancy. "I've actually been feeling a bit sick with this one," she said.
"I actually found out that I was pregnant during the last two episodes of filming – so it didn't affect my work, in fact, everyone was helpful." She added that she was embracing every part of the pregnancy. "You've got to go with it," she shared.
"You're not going to fit into your normal gowns that you would have beforehand. The way I look at it is that it's a complete blessing — and it's a miracle if you think about it. Stretchy and comfy, it's all about comfy for me!"