Rhian Sugden strips down to black lace lingerie for sexy selfie – The Sun

RHIAN Sugden has stripped down to black lace lingerie as she self-isolates at home.

The Page 3 favourite, 33, showed off her stunning figure as she treated fans to a saucy selfie.

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Rhian looked incredible in the sultry bedroom shot as she slipped in the matching set which showed off her flat tum.

The beauty has been on lockdown at home and took time out to keep her followers entertained with the shot.

Unsurprisingly, they flocked to Instagram to comment.

One wrote: "Now that is something to brighten the day up."

Another said: "Mamma mia."

A third chimed in: "Oh wow Yummy beautiful gorgeous lady."

Last month Rhian was left “broken” after her IVF treatment failed for a second time.

She had her first round in September in a desperate bid to have a baby with ex-Corrie actor husband Oliver Mellor, 39.

She was left heartbroken in September when she was told the treatment had not been successful but the pair vowed to try again.

After undergoing a gruelling 10 days of hormone injections, Rhian remained positive when she was told her second round had been more successful.

Despite being told there was only a two per cent chance of an egg being fertilised, one egg did just that.

She had a two-week wait to find out if she was pregnant but – just a week before Christmas – her hopes were dashed when the test came back negative.


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Rhian said: “After getting so far on our second round it was really heartbreaking to find out it hadn’t worked. It broke me.”

“It ruined Christmas for us both and it has been really difficult to deal with – especially for me having all the hormones injected and placing all my hopes on one egg.”

“Infertility is something that isn’t really spoken about, and is something men and women shouldn’t be ashamed of.”

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