London, May 9 : Danielle Lineker seemed to have nearly eclipsed Duchess Kate, who was wearing one of her most daring looks yet, in her revealing Grecian gown at the Thirty Club's dinner at Claridge's Hotel in London on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old model showed off plenty of flesh in her low-cut mint dress, which even showed off her large Shakespearean tattoo under her left armpit.
The mother-of-one first, attending with her footballer husband Gary, showed a glimpse of the extravagant "side boob" etching on holiday in the Caribbean in January.
However, the tattoo, quote from William Shakespeare's comedy `Measure For Measure', hasn't been seen clearly until last night.
The etching across her left ribcage reads "Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt."
Despite the delicate material, the dress was held in place with some sheer panels.
Ahead of the party, the `Match Of The Day' host, took to his Twitter page.
"On our way to a splendidly posh bash, in the presence of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. #bestbehaviour," the Daily Mail quoted him as tweeting.
The Linekers, who have been married for two years, were just two of the guests watching Prince William make a speech as the guest speaker at the Thirty Club''s latest meeting.
The Thirty Club, whose members are some of the most powerful men and women in advertising and the media, are a chance for the movers and shakers of the industry to meet, discuss issues of the day and sometimes even seal deals.
With the Duke of Cambridge due to speak at the Mayfair hotel dinner, his wife Kate wore a floor-length white gown and towering strappy Jimmy Choo heels as she accompanied him.
Despite the royal guest list, Danielle didn't want to tone down her wardrobe and looked confident in her risque dress.
But with a past career as a lingerie model, she is clearly comfortable showing off her figure in the public eye. (ANI)
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