October 7, 2022

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Cat Deeley’s intimate beach photo sends Instagram fans wild



Cat Deeley shares intimate beach photo to promote new beauty launch. The TV presenter posted the picture to promote the upcoming launch of her new perfume oil and we think she looks incredible


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Cat Deeley shares intimate beach photo to promote new beauty launch. The TV presenter posted the picture to promote the upcoming launch of her new perfume oil and we think she looks incredible

Cat Deeley took to Instagram to share a new photo with her 293k followers to promote the upcoming launch of her new perfume oil, and she looks incredible.

In the picture, which was taken on location at the Andronis Arcadia Hotel in Greece, the 45-year-old is topless in the sea, looking back at the camera and holding a bottle of the unisex perfume.

Cat captioned the snap, “The gorgeous earthy notes in our @e11even_fragrance perfume oil, underpin the fragrant botanical melody that beguiles the senses. Not long now…”

Unsurprisingly, her fans went wild – not only about the launch of the perfume but also how amazing Cat looked. Thousands liked and commented on the picture, saying things like, “Still look like you did 20 years ago.”

Cat has partnered up with her longtime pal Amanda Grossman to make the perfume oil, and they’ve both been sharing promotional snaps ahead of the launch.

Since she returned to the UK with her husband Patrick Kielty and sons Milo and James, Cat hasn’t stopped working! Alongside creating her new perfume, she took over presenting duties on Lorraine during the summer holidays and also somehow found the time to launch a debut fashion range called Knit by Cat Deeley for Winser London.



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Speaking to The Telegraph’s Stella magazine about making the knitwear collection, Cat said, “I loved the entire process and I’ve already got an idea for the next one, if I’m allowed, based on a knitted dress my mum wore to a wedding in about 1978.”

A fan of sustainability, she continued: “I’ve kept everything I’ve bought for 25 years. I throw nothing away. I’m keeping an archive to the point where Tom Ford will write to me and say, ‘Can I borrow that dress from when I was designing for Gucci [in the 1990s]?’ I’ve got some proper fashion pieces.”