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Titmuss titillates in Hackney outdoor exercise session

PUBLISHED: 17:50 25 October 2010

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Abi Titmuss gets heads turning as she gets in shape ahead of her role in West End play Paradise Lost, London, UK. 22/10/2010

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GLAMOUR model Abi Titmuss stretched her muscles as well as the necks of passers-by in Hackney over the weekend.

The 34-year-old former nurse donned a scanty pair of red hot pants and a tight vest to exercise in Willow Street,

Shoreditch, where she was taking a Pilates class in Beautcamp gym.

Ms Titmuss has been training for her new role in a theatre production of Paradise Lost, which opened in the West End last Tuesday.

The former flame of John Leslie plays a lesbian, Suzie, who has an affair with a married woman in the Leicester Square play. The story revolves around three sisters, Katherine, Shirley and Debbie who meet up for a party where Katherine hopes to use a Ouija board to contact her deceased husband.

Debbie, who has a frictious relationship with husband Martin, has an affair with Suzie.


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