Chloe Ferry looks incredible as she models red lace lingerie and white thigh high boots in sizzling new Instagram video

CHLOE Ferry showed off her assets as she posed in red lace lingerie and white thigh high boots.

The 25-year-old ex-Geordie Shore star strutted her stuff as she modelled the collection from home.

The reality beauty slipped into the scarlet red two-piece showing off her famous derriere.

Chloe shared the clips of her in the eye-popping lingerie from behind to give flashes of her toned body and her blonde wavy locks.

The Newcastle star posted the clip on her social media, writing: "Obviously feeling myself here."

The racy video sent her fans into a frenzy, with one commenting: "Unbelievable!! You're just absolutely gorgeous."

Another fan posted: "You look incredible here Chloe…total perfection."

A third added: "Wow you look unreal."

Chloe's is clearly back to feeling her best after she took to social media last week, saying that there was once a point in her life where she "literally hated myself".

She explained: "Guys, the before and after picture is up now and I'm literally shaking.

"Honestly, I can't get over the reaction I'm getting before and after. I was so, so scared about posting it but thank you so much! I'm really, really grateful for all the nice comments. Thank you so much.

"It's took us a lot to post this photo. Everything I do, everything I say, gets judged on and I'm so pleased with all the nice comments. I honestly thought I was going to get hate again.

"I'm so happy, I'm over whelmed. There was a point where I literally hated myself."

The star opened up about her impressive weight loss, revealing that she has gone from 11 stone seven pounds, to nine stone nine pounds in just 12 months.

Chloe also told her fans that she's in a "much better head space when I'm not drinking" and revealed drinking alcohol was "not worth it".

She said: "I'm so excited for this week, I'm going to be so clean with my food, long walks, I'm starting training today because my toes are finally not broken anymore."

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