She famously professes to being a ‘natural beauty – real boobs, real hair’ in the Geordie Shore opening credits.
And Marnie Simpson certainly proved she was genetically blessed as she posed for a sultry new photoshoot, slipping into an array of lingerie to flaunt her toned figure.
The 24-year-old reality star donned a lilac bra and matching thong, displaying her envy-inducing shape in the pastel number.
Meanwhile, extra strap detailing around the waist drew attention to her peachy posterior and her flat stomach.
Sporting a deep tan and sleek raven looks, Marnie looked every inch the pin-up with hot pink gloss highlighting her plump pout.
The star also modelled a plunging bodysuit with leather embellishment, writhing around on the floor as she showcased the semi-sheer boudoir attire.
Marnie’s seductive shoot comes as she opened up about her co-star Charlotte Crosby’s decision to leave the MTV show, who has been noticeably absent while the rest of the cast film for the next series in Spain.
She said in her Star magazine column: ‘It feels really strange without Charlotte here, I miss her so much.
‘I would love her to turn up and surprise us all, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.’
Charlotte’s shock exit came just before she revealed she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after falling pregnant with now ex-boyfriend Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle.
The star felt it best to distance herself from her toxic romance with her co-star following their break-up, but recently hinted on social media she had made the ‘worst decision’ of her life by quitting the reality show.
But Marnie definitely doesn’t think Charlotte should go back to Gary, who she has been romantically involved with on and off since week one of Geordie Shore.
‘My cousin Sophie Kasaei thinks Charlotte should get back with her ex Mitch Jenkins and I agree’, Marnie confessed, referencing the other love of Charlotte’s life.
‘I truly believe he’s her soulmate and I’d love them to be a couple again. I want her to be happy and she was with Mitch.’
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