FERGIE shows no signs of retiring her sex symbol status.
With two series under her belt, Fergie — real name Stacey Ferguson — has returned to promoting her first love, her music.
Taking to her official Instagram profile, the 43-year-old celebrated the 12-year anniversary of her hit debut solo album The Dutchess.
In honour of what was undoubtedly one of the highlights of her musical career, Fergie posted the iconic album cover.
Championing her self-titled lady lumps in all their glory, the Los Angeles native wore a sheer bodysuit, which exposed her bare skin underneath.
With her toned legs on display, the starlet added gravity-defying heels to her ensemble.
Captioning the throwback moment for her 4.7 million followers, she wrote: “Seems like yesterday. The Duchess turns 12.”
“I love Josh, he’s the father of my child”
While another raved: “Looking good, Fergie Ferg.”
“Thank you for this. This is iconic,” an impressed admirer noted.
Last year, Fergie announced she and her husband of eight years, actor Josh Duhamel, 45, were separating.
Shortly after revealing her marriage split, Fergie made an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show in New York.
During an emotional interview, the singer said of her impending divorce: “It wasn’t my plan. I wanted to stay together forever.”
She added: “I love Josh, he’s the father of my child, we forever have that project together and we’re doing the best we can.”