Rhian Sugden sends temperatures soaring as she showcases her famous curves in red lingerie for racy snap
She’s no stranger to turning heads, whether in demure outfits or her typically racy ensembles.
And Rhian Sugden was at her best as she uploaded another stunning image shared to Instagram on Monday evening.
The glamour model, 34, wowed in a red lingerie set by Pour Moi as she posed up a storm by her vanity area, which was decorated in Hollywood-style lights.
Sizzling hot! Rhian Sugden was at her best as she modelled Pour Moi lingerie in another stunning image shared to Instagram on Monday evening
Showcasing her famous curves, the former CBB star looked radiant in her underwear, which featured a lace bra and matching sheer briefs.
The freelance writer proved less is more as she styled her appearance with just a silver bangle and her wedding band.
Light strokes of neutral-toned make-up complemented her features, which were framed with her fringed tresses.
In her natural habitat: The glamour model, 34, is no stranger to turning heads, whether in demure outfits or her typically racy ensembles
In October, Rhian revealed her third round of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) was ‘looming’ in a candid post.
The influencer told how she was left feeling ’embarrassed’ as she suffered from hyperpigmentation during her second attempt of the treatment, which she claimed caused her ‘freckles to quadruple’.
Referencing one of the side effects of IVF, the TV star, who had endured gruelling treatment for 18 months, said: ‘Keep calm and freckle on.. I always used to love my freckles and always been happy to wear minimal makeup to show them off.
‘However during my second (failed) round of IVF last year my freckles quadrupled and took over my face. It now looks like I have awful sun damage and I’ve been so embarrassed by it.
‘I’m a fertility warrior’: In October, the former CBB star revealed her third round of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) was ‘looming’ in a candid post
‘Little did I know that hyperpigmentation is a side affect of the IVF and the hormones that I injected.’
The media personality went on to reveal people had accused her of ‘ruining her skin with sun damage’.
Rhian, who is married to actor Oliver Mellor, 39, elaborated: ‘For the last year people have picked up on my darkening freckles that have appeared under my eyes.
‘I’ve received comments telling me it’s made me look older and that I’ve ruined my skin with sun damage… so I ended up spending a small fortune on treatments to try and shift it – and failed.
‘Only to realise it’s actually caused by an increase in oestrogen which happens during fertility treatment and/or pregnancy. Something I had no idea about.
‘It’s funny what affect other people’s opinions can have on you. Even when they’re from people we don’t even know, we still get affected and it’s made me so insecure.’
How does IVF work?
In-vitro fertilisation, known as IVF, is a medical procedure in which a woman has an already-fertilised egg inserted into her womb to become pregnant.
It is used when couples are unable to conceive naturally, and a sperm and egg are removed from their bodies and combined in a laboratory before the embryo is inserted into the woman.
Once the embryo is in the womb, the pregnancy should continue as normal.
The procedure can be done using eggs and sperm from a couple or those from donors.
Guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that IVF should be offered on the NHS to women under 43 who have been trying to conceive through regular unprotected sex for two years.
People can also pay for IVF privately, which costs an average of £3,348 for a single cycle, according to figures published in January 2018, and there is no guarantee of success.
The NHS says success rates for women under 35 are about 29 per cent, with the chance of a successful cycle reducing as they age.
Around eight million babies are thought to have been born due to IVF since the first ever case, British woman Louise Brown, was born in 1978.
Chances of success
The success rate of IVF depends on the age of the woman undergoing treatment, as well as the cause of the infertility (if it’s known).
Younger women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy.
IVF isn’t usually recommended for women over the age of 42 because the chances of a successful pregnancy are thought to be too low.
Between 2014 and 2016 the percentage of IVF treatments that resulted in a live birth was:
29 per cent for women under 35
23 per cent for women aged 35 to 37
15 per cent for women aged 38 to 39
9 per cent for women aged 40 to 42
3 per cent for women aged 43 to 44
2 per cent for women aged over 44
The blonde ended her post by insisting that while she’s sure ‘more freckles will appear’ when she commences her third attempt of IVF, she’s started to embrace her appearance.
She said: ‘Round 3 is looming which probably means even more are due to appear… One of my friends said it looks like a super hero shaped mask has formed under my eyes because I’m a fertility warrior… which from now on, I shall be owning #ttccommunity #ttc #ivfwarrior #frecklesfordays.’ (sic)
After discovering that she wouldn’t be able to conceive naturally and has the egg count of ‘a woman over 45’, she and her actor husband went through two rounds of IVF.
They were given the devastating news just before Christmas that their second cycle of treatment in November 2019 had failed.
Going strong: The media personality is married to actor Oliver Mellor (pictured on holiday in Turkey on Thursday)
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