Louise Redknapp flashes skimpy bra as silk shirt turns totally see-through

Louise Redknapp took to her Instagram stories this week to share another promo snap for her new album Heavy Love.

Jamie Redknapp's ex, 45, was pictured in a grey marble bathroom, tucking her hair behind her ears as she smiled into the mirror.

Complete with sheer striped panels, the stunning mum-of-two modelled a black silk blouse, tucked into a skintight satin skirt.

Beneath the slinky top, her matching black bra was on full display, as she channelled Parisian chic for the gorgeous snap.

Lashings of dark eyeliner, golden contouring and barely-there lipstick topped off Louise's nighttime look, no doubt sending her fans wild.

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Ready to let her hair down, she added the caption: "Did somebody say tequila?"

The sizzling snap comes just after the former Eternal singer's return to the West End, playing Violet Newstead in Dolly Parton's Nine to Five musical.

Chuffed to return to the stage, she tweeted: "So great to be back. Thank you to everyone that came to the first night of @9to5MusicalUK.

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"Great to be back playing Violet at the Savoy with such all the fab cast and team."

Louise will play office worker Violet until May 23, though she plans to take some time off next month for her Heavy Love tour.

Released on January 17, the brand-new solo album features 15 hit tracks, including Stretch and Lead Me On, inspired in part by her split from ex-hubby Jamie Redknapp.

She told Metro: "It's hard because the one thing I didn't want this album to be… it was never about being unkind or bashing somebody else because I would never do that."

Before adding: "This was more about a personal way of relaying how I felt and it wasn't all terrible."

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