Bella Hadid is putting her stunning figure on full display in her latest Instagram snap that shows her completely topless. The Victoria's Secret angel treated her social media followers to the sultry snap on Friday morning.
The brunette beauty shared the photo with the caption: "in Eutopia."
The image shows the younger sister of Gigi Hadid wearing nothing but nude underwear while showcasing her toned torso. She shot a glance away from the camera while protecting her modesty with her arms strategically crossed over her chest.
Bella was seated on a scarlet red chair in what appeared to be her lavish hotel room while staying in Venice, Italy. Her long locks were pulled back into a chic updo with several strands brushed across her face. She completed her skin-filled look with a diamond choker necklace.
The racy pic was quite well-received with the catwalk star's followers as they showered the snap with more than 540k likes in less than a few hours after posting. Many fans took to the comments section to express how stunning Bella looked in the image.
"YOU'RE SO PERFECT OMG," one fan wrote.
"U have the hottest body out of all models," another commented.
Other fans joked after seeing the photo that Bella Hadid's ex, "Can't Feel My Face" singer The Weeknd, was missing out. The two split last year. While Bella still appears to be single at the moment, her former beau has moved on with pop superstar Selena Gomez.
When Bella isn't flaunting her figure on social media, she is busy modeling for Nike Cortez. She recently spoke out about how posing for the brand was a "dream."
"It's crazy because my biggest dream was doing Chanel and having a Dior contract, I did a Fendi campaign - so I did a lot of the fashion stuff," she said, "and then being able to walk the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was so crazy to me because it took me into that more commercial lingerie land."
Hadid continued by saying: "And now I'm able to work with Nike, which has always been my number one, it's been a dream of mine since I was a kid. I don't even know if it was a dream because I didn't think it was a realistic thing to think about."
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