Ultimo bra tycoon Michelle Mone to strip for racy shoot after love split

   Apr 10, 3:42 pm

London, Apr 10 (ANI): Bra boss Michelle Mone has announced that she will strip down for a lingerie shoot, two years after she had first done so to the annoyance of her husband.

The Ultimo tycoon was recently left "heartbroken" after discovering that he was dating one of their staff.

Michelle, 40, and Michael - who have three children - split over Christmas, and she reportedly trashed his expensive Porsche in anger on finding out about his new relationship.

The couple had founded the lingerie brand from a spare bedroom and built it into a 45 million pound empire.

When Michelle had modelled her firm's underwear two years ago, Michael, 46, was furious and she had vowed never to do it again, the Sun reported.

However, now - after using private detectives to find out he was romancing Sam Bunn, 31 - she seems to have changed her mind.

"Decided to do 2nd shoot for Ultimo for charity challenge, 3 months to shape up in NY," Michelle tweeted. (ANI)

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