Former Premier League Wag and 'world's hottest woman' stuns in cream dress as fans say 'no words needed' | The Sun

VIKTORIA VARGA has stunned fans in a series of glamorous Instagram snaps.

The wife of former Southampton star Graziano Pelle, Viktoria works as a model and owns a clothing brand.

In her most recent post, Viktoria, 32, posed in a stunning figure-hugging cream dress and sleek high heels.

The Hungarian, who has previously been dubbed the "world's sexiest woman," captioned the snaps: "Cream tones."

Many of Viktoria's over 600,000 adoring fans were quick to flood the comments section with praise.

One said: "Looking absolutely gorgeous viky."

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A second replied: "No words needed."

While a third said: "Oohlala, you look amazing."

As one of her many Italian fans added: "Bellissima principessa," meaning "Beautiful princess."

Viktoria and Pelle met in 2012 when he played for Feyenoord in the Eredivisie, according to Musa.News.

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Fast forward to 2021, and the model and then Parma forward got engaged.

Pelle proposed on a helipad at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai as the sun set behind them.

The glamorous couple tied the knot at a stunning outdoor ceremony at a luxurious Italian villa in July 2022.

Their ceremony came just over a year after the former Premier League star played his last professional game for Parma in Serie A.

Pelle's career took him from Italy to the Netherlands, England and China, scoring 158 goals in the process.

In 20 appearances for Italy, Pelle scored nine goals for the Tricolore.

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