Abbey Clancy poses/presents on This Morning, her skinny legs look ridiculously long

Abbey Clancy might just have the longest, skinniest legs in all of celeb land and she just so happened to show them off on This Morning yesterday:

Abbey Clancy showed off her long skinny legs on This Morning. Copyright: [Rex]

Cripes.

Abbey was presenting a fashion slot however, our eyes were more drawn to her pins than any of the fashion on show.

However, we would rather like it if someone could bus Abbey to the nearest McDonalds drive through and fast - the WAG is pretty much disappearing before our very eyes.

Dressed in a tiny mini-skirt and heels, Abbey's legs looked absolutely tiny. We reckon she should sack off the gym, put her feet up and scoff some chocolate.

Abbey Clancy posing *ahem* presenting on This Morning. Copyright: [Rex]

The model's tiny frame has been making us gasp lately, particularly after Abs tweeted a photo of herself in her underwear with her hip and thigh bones clearly visible.

She received so much criticism over the snap, it was promptly deleted.

Abbey Clancy has always been thin, but despite losing weight recently she maintains that she isn't on any fad diet.

The star said recently: "I’m really happy with my figure. I’m lucky to be blessed with good genes."

"My mum is 51 and hasn’t had any work done but she still looks like she could be my sister. She’s a goddess."

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