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Pretty in pink Jack Grealish’s girlfriend Sasha Attwood dons latex bunny outfit for sexy Instagram snaps

She shared the clips on her story, with the caption: 'Such an exciting shoot today'

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Sasha (left) wore a pink latex bunny outfit

Sasha (left) wore a pink latex bunny outfit

Sasha (left) wore a pink latex bunny outfit

Man City star Jack Grealish’s model girlfriend Sasha Attwood has appeared in a series of sexy Instagram snaps in a tight pink latex bunny outfit. 

The 25-year-old blonde posed with her pal while donning Playboy bunny style ears and complimented her outfit with matching white gloves and a dickie-bow.

She shared the clips on her story, with the caption: “Such an exciting shoot today.”

Grealish, who recently said he never regretted his decision to switch allegiance to England, hit the town with his partner a fortnight ago to celebrate his 26th birthday.

It comes just weeks after rumours that their relationship was over.

The pair were joined by the England international’s friends at The Ivy in Manchester days after Attwood confirmed they were still together.

Grealish was previously spotted leaving a bash with Love Island's Ellie Brown which sparked reports he had split from his childhood sweetheart.

But posting a gushing birthday tribute to the former Aston Villa star to mark his milestone, she made it clear they were very much still together as she shared a series of selfies of them looking loved up.

She wrote: “Happy birthday my babe loving you always.”

Last month Grealish explained why he decided to play for England instead as he spoke fondly of his time as a Republic of Ireland underage international.

When asked whether he felt the decision to snub Ireland was “worthwhile”, the Aston Villa captain said that he loved every second he had in an Irish jersey, but that he feels he made the right decision.

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“When I was younger I got asked to play for England and Ireland in a tournament,” he told reporters.

“I got asked to play for both. I went away with England and I was in my room and I collapsed, and I got sent home.

“During that time, I went to Ireland to trial there, and I played and I just loved it. When you’re younger you just do what makes you happy, and I loved every moment I had there.”

Grealish played for Ireland’s underage sides from 2011 until 2014, before he officially declared for England in 2016. He got his first call up to the senior team in 2020 and is part of England’s squad for Euro 2020.

Grealish went on to explain why he switched allegiance to England. Ultimately, he said he felt English and he has never regretted his decision.

“I was just a young kid enjoying my football, and as I got older and started playing at Villa…

“Obviously, I am English, my parents are born in England… I was obviously born in England, so I feel English. I changed to England and since then I’ve never looked back.”

Grealish’s father Kevin, speaking a couple of years ago, said that he still remembers his time as an Ireland player fondly.

He said: “At the start, he just played for Ireland because there were a good few Villa lads there. He had some great times. We still have the picture up in our house of him in is Ireland top when he was 17, and that will stay up there as long as we live there.”

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