Kirsty Gallacher makes no secret of her love for working out – and she has the abs to prove it.
The former Sky Sports pundit, 44, who recently launched the "Strong Female Collective," modelled a designer underwear set on Instagram this week, showcasing her athletic frame.
Plugging the Swiss brand Sloggi, Kirsty explained comfort is key when it comes to lingerie, opting for a simple black strappy bra and briefs.
In the photo, the mum-of-two could be seen leaning against a wall, her head thrown back in laughter as she posed for the candid snap.
Her brunette locks were swept back off her face in a low ponytail, and Kirsty opted for minimal makeup to enhance her natural beauty.
In her caption, Kirsty discussed her attitude to underwear shopping, urging her followers to prioritise comfort over aesthetics.
She said: "Any great outfit starts with great underwear! Whether it's your favourite jeans or gym wear (which you know I love) @sloggi_north is about as comfy as it gets.
"Soft, supportive and seamless. #ZEROFEEL #ComfortableAF."
In the comment section below, Kirsty's celebrity mates piled the compliments high, praising her gym-toned abs.
TV personality Kate Thornton wrote: "Going to take a look. And by the way, you look phenomenal x."
"It helps when you look this good!!," added Christine Lampard, of Loose Women fame.
While Mel Sykes wrote: "Bloody incredible you are."
Fuelled by her love of exercise, Kirsty recently opened up to her followers about her new project, which is titled the "Strong Female Collective".
Launched last month, the interview-based online series sees Kirsty interview a range of women in areas of wellness and exercise on Instagram Live.
Describing the project, she said: "I'm passionate about training but for me the benefits it brings to my life are holistic far beyond the pure physical ones we often talk about."
"This series will look at health, wellbeing and fitness in a whole new light with women that inspire me."
The presenter, who got her big break working for Sky Sports News as a presenter, added the series is about "celebrating women and their strength in its many forms".
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