She might be mother to three children, but when it comes to post-baby figures, she's got a figure to rival the best of them.
Freddie Flintoff's wife Rachael showed off her slender figure in a pair of form-fitting jeans and knee-high boots as she accompanied her cricketer husband while he shot a new television advert in London today.
Rachael teamed her tight trousers with a cream jumper, which featured a deep V in the back.
Pitch-ure perfect: Freddie Flintoff's wife Rachael showed off her figure in a tight pair of jeans as she accompanied her husband to an advert shoot today
Shapely: The former cricketer's wife looked stunning in her casual outfit, which she teamed with a pair of black knee-high bootsShe finished the outfit off by leaving her hair loose and curly around her shoulders, and added a slick of red lipstick to give her a sexy edge.
Meanwhile, former cricketer Freddie, whose real name is Andrew, looked smart but casual in jeans and a white T-shirt with a black shirt.
Rachael, who is mother to Holly, Corey, Rocky with Freddie, was seen chatting to her spouse in between takes for the adverts, waiting patiently as the sportsman finished his day of work.
Radiant: Rachael, who is mother to three children, looked sleek in a cream jumper with her jeans
Pert: Rachael drew attention to her enviable figure in the form-fitting denims
Freddie, who retired from cricket in 2010 due to a knee injury, has been working hard to forge a television career for himself since giving up his former career.
As well as fronting documentaries such as Freddie Flintoff: Hidden Side Of Sport, the sportsman also recently front his own show Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild, which saw him explore various exotic locations.
Speaking about the programme previously, Freddie said: 'We couldn’t afford foreign holidays when I was growing up. We used to go to my aunt’s static caravan in Scotland.
'I didn’t go abroad till I was 15, on a cricket tour to South Africa. During my career I travelled the world but didn’t see anything but hotels, cricket grounds and gyms.
'The TV series was a chance to really see the countries and go to places I’d only ever read about or seen on the telly.'