Alton Towers crash survivor Leah Washington has shared a series of sensational photos

Leah Washington has shared a series of sensational photos as she’s been named the new face of lingerie brand Pour Moi.  

Leah, 24, said she ‘loved’ the black bra and knicker set she posed in before slipping into a similar white matching pair, as she shared snaps from the shoot in London.

Joined by a group of gorgeous models, Leah later changed into a pyjama set before showing off her sartorial prowess in an army-green fitted body suit and black leather skirt.

The social media influencer, from South Yorkshire, went to Alton Towers on her first date with current boyfriend Joe Pugh in June 2015. Her life changed forever when their carriage on the Smiler rollercoaster smashed into a stationary train.

Leah was one of two young passengers who lost a leg while Joe suffered devastating injuries including two shattered kneecaps.

Taking to Instagram yesterday, Leah shared photographs behind the scenes of the glamorous shoot in London.

Leah has more than 24,000 followers on Instagram and regularly shares update of her life with Joe and her recovery progress.

Posting earlier this year, she revealed she was back on her ‘blade’ prosthetic after six months off due to ongoing hip pain.

In March, Leah shared a photo of the day she was fitted with her first prosthetic after having it amputated almost six years ago.

In the images, Leah is still wearing thick bandages around her legs and torso and her limbs are bruised.

She wrote: ‘Throughout my time as a amputee I’ve been cast numerous time due to shrinkage, weight loss or gain and revision surgery.

Alton Towers crash survivor Leah Washington has shared a photo of the day she was fitted with her first prosthetic after having her leg amputated almost six years ago (above)

‘They basically take a cast of your stump (little leg as I like to call it) and create a socket from that cast, the socket is how they connect your stump to the prosthetic leg.

‘They make a clear “check” socket so they can see how your stump is sitting in the socket. This way they can make adjustments by melting and reshaping the socket before creating the finished product.

‘This is done as and when required and usually takes around 20 minutes to do. So yeah just a little insight I thought I’d share on the process of sockets & prosthetics as it’s not a one size fits all kinda thing.’

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