The professional footballer, 25, turned up the heat in a sheer black midi dress as she posed up a storm.
The sexy number featured a corset style top, glitzy detailing and see-through skirt which showed off her toned legs.
She completed the look with huge sparkly heels and accessorise with simple silver hoop earrings.
The blonde beauty wore her light tresses pulled back in a chic do and opted for a natural makeup look to show off their pretty features.
Stunning: Lioness Chloe Kelly put her best fashion foot forward arriving at the GQ Men of the Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House in London on Wednesday night
Wow! The professional footballer, 25, turned up the heat in a sheer black midi dress as she posed up a storm
Chloe plays as a forward for Women’s Super League club Manchester City and the England national team.
She previously played for Arsenal and Everton and represented England on the under-17, under-19 and under-20 national teams.
GQ Men of the Year celebrates stars from entertainment, fashion and sport who have made 2023 a year to remember.
The 26th annual event will be hosted by Amelia Dimoldenberg, in association with fashion brand Boss.
This years list of honourees include Jack Antonoff, Gary Lineker, Wrexham AFC’s Paul Mullin, Paapa Essiedu, and Top Boy’s Malcolm Kamulete.
Each of the 26 honoured stars will also grace their own solo cover of the Men’s magazine which will be revealed in the coming days.
Work it: The sexy number featured a corset style top, glitzy detailing and see-through skirt which showed off her toned legs
The evening was held at the Royal Opera House’s Paul Hamlyn Hall which is located in the heart of London’s Covent Garden.
Honourees were treated to a lavish gift bag inclusive of this year’s best skincare and fragrances as well as an exclusive piece of art and Vault Membership at The Ned.
Also on the red carpet were the likes of Mollie King, Raye and Alex Scott who turned heads in a see-through silver dress.
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