Meet Katsia Zingarevich: Mrs Reading
The Barclays Premier League will be hit by a Belarusian bombshell next season
.......and no, we're not talking about the return of former Arsenal winger Alexander Hleb.
Reading secured their route back into the big time after winning the Npower Championship title.
And, while all of us at 2-UpTop doff our cap to the Royals, who have taken an incredible 46 points from their last 51, it's the 23-year-old Victoria's Secret model Katsia Zingarevich we're looking forward to catching a glimpse of next term.
The model is married to new Reading owner Anton Zingarevich (far right), and on the evidence of these mouth-watering pictures, she's more than ready to take the Premier League by storm next season.
Mrs Zingarevich earned the title of Ford's Supermodel of the World back in 2006, the same year Reading were first promoted to the Premier League.
A coincidence? Probably.
But Royals fans will be hoping the blonde stunner will be their lucky charm in the bid to avoid the drop next term... and so do we.
Meanwhile, Reading chairman Sir John Madejski insists the club will tackle their return to the top flight in 'the Reading way'.
Sir John and prospective owner Zingarevich, whose takeover was due to be completed in March, have big plans for the Royals.
Promotion could be worth as much as £90million to the Berkshire outfit, who need a maximum of four points from their remaining two games to clinch the npower Championship title, but there will be no wild spending.
Sir John told BBC Radio Berkshire: 'I have put a lot of money into this football club, which I'm quite happy about.
'And I hope the Zingarevich family will take Reading on to a different level and into Europe and beyond.
'It's all well getting to the Premier League, but you need deep investment to stay there. We have found very pleasant people in the Zingarevichs, who will continue to do things the Reading way.
'It bodes well for Reading and I hope they will take the club much further.
'I'll be staying on as chairman. If anything, it [the takeover] is a fantastic insurance policy.
'We will strengthen as we see fit. We have already strengthened and that will carry on.
'What I don't want is people thinking Reading are an open cheque book. We will be as careful as we have been in the past.'
Reading, of course, are now worth significantly more than when Sir John agreed a price with Zingarevich back in January, but he will not try to seek a better deal.
He said: 'The club is more valuable now, but I have struck a deal, and a deal is a deal.'