Imogen Thomas hides behind wall and covers face with scarf on night out

   Apr 16, 11:09 am

London, Apr 16 (ANI): Imogen Thomas, who was recently seen emerging from the Russian restaurant Novikov, feigned shyness as photographers tried to take her picture.

The limelight addict 29-year-old held a skull print scarf over her head, hiding her upper body, although perhaps it would have had a slightly more dramatic effect had it not been see-through chiffon.

The model, who is infamous for bedding footballer Ryan Giggs, also pretended to coyly peer out from a wall, using it as a shield for protection.

Yet, true to character, it wasn't long before the glamour model was enjoying the attention by flashing her Cheshire cat grin as she paraded her bare legs in ruby slippers and a prom queen white dress.

She also clutched a red bag and a rose, presumably to present to boyfriend Adam Horsley after her girly night out.

Imogen, who was out celebrating her friend's birthday, had paid a visited to the hair salon earlier in the day for a cut and colour change.

"Thank u @Georgevallossian for giving me an amazing hair cut and colour. Love it :-) x," the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting. (ANI)

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