Wed, 02 May 2012 00:01:00 GMT | By MSN Him editors
Revealed: FHM Sexiest Women in the World 2012

14: Mollie King

Mollie King (© Dave M. Benett-Getty Images Entertainment-Getty Images)
  • Kelly Brook (© Venturelli-Getty Images)
  • Frankie Sandford (© Dave M. Benett-Getty Images Entertainment-Getty Images)
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (© Frazer Harrison-Getty Images Entertainment-Getty Images)
  • Zooey Deschanel (© Jason Merritt-Getty Images Entertainment-Getty Images)
  • 16: Jessie J (© Luke-McGregor-Reuters)
  • Millie Mackintosh (© Jonathan Short-Associated Press)
  • Mollie King (© Dave M. Benett-Getty Images Entertainment-Getty Images)
  • Daisy Lowe (© Paul Jeffers-Associated Press)
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Saturdays singer Mollie King, rumoured to be Prince Harry's latest squeeze, debuts at an impressive number 14, five places ahead of bandmate Frankie Sandford back in 19th place.

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