First Images of Kelly Brook’s Playboy Photoshoot Released

Brook, who will have her sultry images fronting the September issue of the men’s magazine, graces the cover with an umbrella, a bowler hat, a bow-tie, black lacy underwear and has her hands covering her boobs.

Kelly Brook poses for Playboy magazine in a sultry shoot. The magazine calls the Piranha 3D star 'the U.K.'s hottest export'. Photo: Playboy

A closer glimpse to Kelly Brook’s Playboy photo shoot has been released. Brook, who will have her sultry images fronting the September issue of the men’s magazine, graces the cover with an umbrella, a bowler hat, a bow-tie, black lacy underwear and has her hands covering her boobs.

The 30-year-old revealed in the interview that she has body hang-ups and felt nervous posing because she's 'not 20 anymore'

In addition to the cover image, which is entitled “The U.K’s hottest export”, another revealed-picture shows Brook posing seductively and baring lots of her skin. Brook, however, admitted that she felt nervous about the photo shoot, telling the magazine: “I’m not 20 any more. My boobs are real, and they even hang a little.”

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Brook was said pocketing a half-a-million dollar to pose naked for the adult magazine. A source also revealed to The Sun, “It’s a real honor to be asked to do Playboy as obviously they are very picky about who they want. And by the same token it’s a real coup for Playboy as there probably isn’t a red-blooded male who won’t be looking forward to the pictures.”

Beside posing for the magazine, Brook also recently partied with Playboy founder Hugh Hefner at his L.A. mansion on Saturday, August 7. Brook was spotted heading to the bash in a white transparent negligee and her white finest undies as well as a sparkling matching clutch. [via Daily Mail (UK) and Ace Show Biz]

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