Michelle Williams slips sexy lingerie Marilyn Monroe inspired GQ shoot

What a bombshell! Michelle Williams gives a rare glimpse of her stunning figure as she slips into sexy lingerie for Marilyn Monroe shoot
By Jade Watkins

She readily admits that 'being sexy' is not one of her 'first qualities'.

But in a new photo shoot, Michelle Williams gives a rare glimpse of a very seductive side, flaunting her incredible figure in some lacy lingerie.

The 31-year-old Golden Globe winning actress is seen posing in a two-piece black and beige set for a Marylin Monroe-inspired shoot for GQ magazine.

What a bombshell! Golden Globe winning actress Michelle Williams gives a rare glimpse of a very racy side in GQ magazine

Wearing a platinum blonde wig and lashings of red-lipstick, Michelle who won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for My Week with Marilyn, is the spitting image of the iconic Fifties star.

In an inside shot, the normally demure star slips into a transparent chocolate lacy negligee paired with some cream lace underwear.

Staring into the mirror, she embodies the sexy yet innocent and tragic persona of the famous blonde bombshell.
Sweet: The star slipped into a transparent chocolate-coloured negligee paired
with cream lace underwear

In the magazine, the actress doesn't just dare to bare her body, she also opens up about her relationship with her partner and father of her daughter Matilda, Heath Ledger, who tragically passed away in January 2008.

In the interview, she describes her first meeting with the actor as 'cosmic.'

'Our initial meeting, the circumstances of how we first met, were cosmic or something,' she said.

Screen siren: The My Week With Marilyn star took inspiration from
the Fifties icon for the shoot

'Yeah, a lot of things happened at once. It’s a bit like: We had a lot of things to do, because we didn’t have a lot of time, or something.'

She described the aftermath of the then 28-year-old actor's death as overwhelming.

'It was making me crazy. I felt like I was going crazy. It was too much...trying to deal with what had happened and trying to deal with what was at our doorstep,' she explained.

'I just felt trapped. And it’s not just me... there’s somebody else who I’m trying to protect (daughter Matilda), and I can’t.


Heading to the Big Apple: Following her win at the Golden Globes Michelle was seen leaving LAX on her way to New York yesterday

Winner: The blonde beauty dressed in a midnight blue Jason Wu dress to accept the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her role in My Week With Marilyn at the Golden Globes on Sunday night

'I can’t make it stop, I can’t make it go away. Trying to find ways to explain it or shield her from it. It’s like you’re trying to go about your life, and make dinner.'

The reserved star says that being sexy is not one of her first and foremost traits, and that was mostly influenced from her time playing Jen Lindley on teen drama Dawson's Creek for five years.

'I wouldn’t say that that would be one of my first qualities as a human being... being sexy. And I think because my character on Dawson’s Creek was sexy… sexualized… sexual,' she said.

'I saw all the negative attention and connotations that can come along with that. And that those things can keep people from seeing you clearly.'

Michelle's daring GQ look is a far cry different from her appearance at the Golden Globe last Sunday night.

My little girl: Michelle dedicated her award to her daughter Matilda who she had with the late Heath Ledger

The blonde beauty went for her signature demure look, dressed in a midnight blue Jason Wu dress as she took to the stage to accept the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her role in My Week With Marylin.

During her heartfelt acceptance speech, she thanked her daughter Matilda.

The single parent told the crowd: 'I consider myself a mother first and an actress second, and so the person I most want to thank is my daughter, my little girl, whose bravery and exuberance is the example that I take with me in my work and in my life.'

She dedicated the win to her six-year-old from her relationship with the late Ledger.

The actress noted that 52 years ago Monroe herself had accepted the very same award at the Globes.

The actress also revealed that she had prepared for the role by reading bedtime stories to her daughter in a breathless Marilyn voice for six months.

Stunning performance: The 31-year-old actress won the gong for her incredible portrayal of Monroe in My Week With Marilyn