Emily Ratajkowski is handling coronavirus quarantine pretty well. The 28-year-old supermodel and Inamorata founder undertook most of her daily activities from her bed on Friday, then inviting Instagram in for a sneak peak at what it looked like.
EmRata now joins the long list of celebrities updating their social media from the confines of their homes – everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Miley Cyrus has been social distancing, although EmRata was spotted walking her dog three days ago amid NYC’s deserted streets – she was joined by husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.
Emily delivered several updates on Friday – all were, however, seeing the brunette beauty in her bed and looking pared-down as she rocked her long hair worn down, plus glasses.
The slender model’s first shot delivered a sultry vibe as she posed leaning against a plumped-up pillow and with a book. EmRata was flaunting her rock-hard abs in a tight and plunging white crop top with long sleeves, with her second update offering a closer view, plus a caption letting fans know that a tuna sandwich had been consumed in the bed.
Emily’s second update delivered three photos. Once again, the California-raised stunner was in her bed and flaunting her killer cleavage via the crop top as she pierced the camera with a direct gaze.
A caption from EmRata explained more, in particular, how quarantine had seen her spend the last day of the working week. Coronavirus was just this week confirmed in all 50 U.S. states. The global pandemic has also now claimed over 11,000 deaths worldwide.
“Drank coffee, zoomed with the @inamoratawoman team, zoomed with family, ate a tuna fish sandwich, did my makeup, read. Yes, almost all from bed,” she wrote.
Emily’s fanbase is now comprised of 25.7 million followers, and they definitely turned out in full force for today’s post. The first snap from EmRata racked up over 413,000 likes in three hours, with the second topping it at over 640,000 likes.
“Bejesus,” one fan wrote.
“Well I know you married so I’m not going to say too much and then I can’t say anything at all out of the way to know lady anyway❤️,” another said.
“Great picture,” a third wrote, with many simply sending heart or fire emoji.
Emily has opened up about the so-called perfect portrayal frequently seen on Instagram, one that fans would likely argue EmRata herself delivers.
“What I always say to people is [my Instagram] is a curated version of a character. It’s not my real life. Hopefully, young people understand that. I really try to bring that home a little bit because it’s like, I’m basically making my own magazine so to speak,” Emily told Byrdie in 2019.
For more from Emily and her frequently-sizzling updates, give her Instagram a follow.