The sultry ‘I Knee-d You’ pose is the latest Instagram look celebs from Ellie Brown to Kim Kardashian are loving

NOW that the lockdown has prevented us all from posing in front of flower walls or taking photos of our avocado toast, we're having to get a lot more imaginative with our Instagram content.

Fortunately, there's a celebrity-approved pose taking off online – and everyone from Love Island's Ellie Brown to Kim Kardashian is a fan.

That said, this sultry move definitely isn't for the faint-hearted – although it might make a welcome change from the grubby tracksuits we've been wearing day-in, day-out over the past seven weeks.

Showing us how it's done, Ellie Brown donned a matching tie-dye bikini to pull off the "I Knee-d You" pose.

And while stars like Ellie, Sophie Kasaei and Holly Hagan opted for a squat variation of the pose, Kim Kardashian, Vicky Pattison and Laura Anderson preferred to basically stay sitting.

But if you can't think of anything worse than parting with your comfies and slipping on a bikini (guilty as charged), then Molly-Mae Hague has got you covered.






Combining a good old fashioned mirror selfie with the 'I Knee-d You', the Love Island star still donned her designer loungewear as she balanced on her knees in an Instagram post earlier this month.

Alternatively, Gabby Allen demonstrated how you can work this move into your exercise regime as she posed for a post work-out selfie.

But above all, Chloe Ferry is the biggest fan of the "I Knee-d You" and has showed off countless variations on her Instagram feed – from sitting on her marble bathroom floor to posing in bed.

Or you can take a leaf out of Megan Barton Hanson's book and use the pose to show off your best PJs.






In more celebrity news, Stacey Solomon made stunning vases out of old light bulbs and the results are amazing.

And Zara McDermott, Emily Atack and Chloe Ferry have shed weight in lockdown – how celebs are toning up without the gym.

Plus Vicky Pattison has revealed sex is hotter than ever with boyfriend Ercan during lockdown.

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