Christine McGuinness wows in skimpy red lace lingerie ahead of Full Monty strip

Christine McGuinness set pulses racing as she shared an eye-popping snap of her in red lingerie that barely contained her curves.

The model – the wife of Top Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness – shared the sizzling snap on Instagram to announce she had signed up for The Real Full Monty, which sees stars bare all in aid of cancer.

The sexy pic showed the star in a skin-tight red lace bodysuit, which clung to every curve and gave fans more than a peek at her ample assets.

The high cut of the lingerie showed off Christine's shapely pins, while a cut-out at the side gave admirers a glimpse of her toned torso.

Mum-of-three Christine had tied back some of her long blonde hair for the shoot, but left some cascading over her shoulders and a few tendrils framing her face.

"Finally I can 'reveal' what I've been up to!" she posted.

"I am taking part in @itv THE REAL FULL MONTY all in aid of cancer.

"This is a cause close to my heart, four of my aunties and most recently my mum have had breast cancer so I am beyond proud to be part of this amazing TV show working with an incredible cast and the most wonderful production @ spungoldtvofficial raising awareness for cancer."

Christine's followers couldn't get enough of the steamy snap and flocked to the comments section to litter it with flaming hot emojis and to tell her she looked "sensational" and "stunning".

"Fabulous! You'll be amazing!" posted one admirer, while another said simply: "WOW."

"Oh my… brilliant news on so many levels," one person wrote. "Well done Mrs M you're a star."

"Omfg just gets better every day – gonna break Instagram," said another.

Another said: "Wow… well done. You are a really gorgeous person inside and out. This is also an amazing cause."

Other celebs taking part in The Real Full Monty this year include Homes Under The Hammer star Martin Roberts and husband and wife James and Ola Jordan.

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