Tamara Ecclestone shops for lingerie before Valentine's Day

   Feb 14, 3:32 pm

London, Feb 14 (ANI): Tamara Ecclestone was snapped shopping for lingerie at a store in Chelsea on Sunday.

Although she revealed in an interview last week that she was leaving all of the Valentine's Day plans up to her boyfriend Omar Khyami, the daughter of Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, seems to have a little something in store for her beau herself.

Tamara, 27, selected some racy items from the upmarket store, including a red lace set and a pale pink and black number.

She picked up a few sets of the luxurious underwear, which costs around 90 pounds for a bra and 50-60 pounds for knickers, the Daily Mail reported.

The 'Billion Dollar Girl' star looked a far cry from her usual primped and preened self, venturing out looking fresh-faced and natural without her usual full face of make-up.

She was dressed down in a black leather jacket with fur vest, flared jeans and a grey jumper.

While her face was free from cosmetics, her dark mane of hair looked like it had been treated to an expensive blow dry. (ANI)

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