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Catherine Zeta Jones wows in racy throwback snap wearing skimpy black lingerie

Dec 28, 2021

Unearthed lingerie snaps of Hollywood beauty Catherine Zeta Jones have come to light leaving fans taken aback by how utterly glamorous she looked more than three decades ago.

The Welsh actress, 52, rose to fame when she starred in ITV drama Darling Buds of May, but went on to get acting credits in Ocean's Twelve and Chicago.

In the unearthed lingerie snaps, Catherine was much younger than is is now, and was only just starting out in the world of acting and film in the 1990s.

Posing in a series of sizzling lingerie snaps for photographer John Stoddart, Catherine doesn't look too different to the snaps that were shot in 1992.

In the shoot that took place more than 30 years ago, the ageless beauty could be seen modelling for the camera at just 23-years-old, wearing black lingerie, jewellery and her hair in a dramatic do.

The shoot appeared to take place in a lavish hotel room, with some snaps taking place on the bed and other being shot by a dressing table.

One of the snaps saw the then-upcoming movie star strewn across a bed, laying on her stomach with her endless pins widely spread.

In another shot Catherine could be seen standing on the bed wearing a black nightgown, clutching her chest while smouldering at the camera.

She wore heels and her hair in a voluminous style, reminiscent of Madonna in her youth.

In a sepia tone, the photograph was incredibly sultry and sexy, with the dark hues from her dress and hair accentuated, adding to the Hollywood glamour vibe – something the actress has long been associated with.

In another snap, the then-23-year-old beauty lounged on a bed wearing a baby pink hued silk nightdress, posing for the camera while pouting with wide eyes.

Although these snaps were taken more than three decades ago, Catherine doesn't really look much different at all.

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