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Abbey Clancy looks dramatically different with brand new look as she poses in the back of a London cab

ABBEY Clancy unveiled a new look as posed in the back of a London cab.

The age-defying model posed for a close-up selfie sporting a chic pair of glasses matched with a tweed jacket over a white t-shirt.

She finished the look with a cappuccino coloured lip liner and blush pink matte lipstick, as she asked fans what they thought of her transformation.

"New look !!! Thoughts ??" Abbey captioned the Instagram post.

Her followers loved the new look, telling Abbey she looked "beautiful."

"LOVE it. ❤️😍," wrote one fan.

Another commented: "My style icon! You look incredible❤️"

And a third wrote: "You look so cool in those glasses and they really suit you a lot."

Abbey recently let fans in on her secrets to looking so amazing.

In April this year, Abbey revealed she'd had a £380 skin tightening treatment done on her abs.

Ahead of her visit to celebrity skincare expert Shane Cooper's clinic, Abbey said having four kids had "stretched" her stomach – and that the gym alone wasn't getting her as toned as she likes.

While having the treatment, she added: "See, this is what I think I really need because you know I don't feel like there's a lot of fat there but having had four kids the skin is so overstretched, I just need a bit of help, something the gym can't do."

Abbey has previously revealed she's had the treatment on her face and neck too to maintain her youthful glow.

What's more, Abbey's beauty specialist Shane Cooper recently carried out a non-surgical bum lift on the model’s peachy derrière – a procedure which stimulates collagen and costs £300 for an hour session.

Back in January, Abbey booked in for an Aquagold facial loved by the likes of Kim Kardashian.

The £500 treatment – also known as "Baby Botox" – involves having your face pierced with 20 tiny needles coated in 24-carat gold.

The needles are covered in a mixture of ingredients which could include micro botox, hyaluronic acid fillers and vitamins.

She said: “After giving birth and having so many hormones in my body  my skin was really dull, full of pigmentation and just felt tired. The results are amazing.”

Although her treatments are on the pricier side, Abbey also has some affordable high street beauty staples in her collection.

The star is said to love The Body Shop's classic Strawberry Body Butter – costing £6 a tub – and previously raved about Batiste's £1.99 dry shampoo.

She uses Elixir Ultime Oil costing £36.50 by Kerastase, and Elasticizer Pre-Shampoo treatment by Philip Kingsley costing £29.

Abbey has said: “Day-to-day I generally go for an off-duty, low-maintenance look, with beachy hair and glowy skin.”

For her line of work, Abbey is always keen to be looking her best and picks exercise that'll accentuate her feminine curves.

Speaking to the Evening Standard in 2015, the model said she combines horse riding and pilates.

She said: "I’ve always been a very active person and love to get up and be outside as much as possible. There's nothing better than riding my horse in the countryside – I can't wait to get back in the saddle this summer.

"As everyone's so busy, it can be hard to arrange a catch-up with my friends, so we often go to a Pilates class together and grab a healthy breakfast afterwards – it's a perfect way to motivate each other and we squeeze in a gossip whilst working out."

Abbey is reportedly a fan of Bootcamp Pilates – which cost just £12 a session.



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