Bella Hadid‘s bikini body is literally all over the internet right now. The 23-year-old supermodel made headlines earlier today for sunbathing in a white string bikini as she quarantines during the coronavirus pandemic – while the “lucky to get some Vitamin D” shot sits at over 1.5 million likes on Bella’s Instagram, a new one had popped up.
Earlier today, Bella appeared in a photo posted to the Poosh Instagram account – the 2019-founded lifestyle brand from reality star Kourtney Kardashian frequently uses celebrity faces for its promos. The latest one was workout-inspired, bikini-centric, and likely a treat for Bella’s fans.
The photo showed Bella shot against a blue-and-white sky, with the vibe being both carefree and sexy as the model was photographed from below and blowing a kiss. Bella’s slender frame and curves were just about contained via her teeny tiny leopard-print bikini, with the string ties further accentuating the minimal finish.
With the rock-hard abs, sexy hips, and cleavage on show, Bella was showing plenty of skin, but the wild hair and sporty feel fit the caption – Poosh was encouraging fans to try a new workout, also using its signature ‘Poosh The Boundaries’ hashtag.
The caption didn’t mention COVID-19, however the content appeared well-timed for the millions now leading new lives from home as they social distance.
“Get the most bang for your burn. Link in bio for @amandaeliselee ‘s calorie-torching HIIT workout. ?: @bellahadid
pooshthemoves #pooshtheboundaries,” the caption read.
Tagged alongside Bella was Kourtney Kardashian’s friend and personal trainer Amanda Lee, with anyone heading over to Poosh’s accompanying blog post seeing a helpful home workout laid out.
“I love HIIT workouts because they are super effective and highly efficient. They burn the most amount of calories in the shortest amount of time. HIIT workouts are also great because they require no equipment, so you can do them anywhere,” Amanda wrote.
The post was neither a full-blown ad nor Bella influencing on her own social media. Nonetheless, it’s largely accepted that A-Listers putting their name to a brand comes with its fee. Vox‘s experts broke down the potential figures, although these are just estimates.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
Bella has proven vocal amid the global pandemic, taking to Instagram to encourage her 29.4 million followers to stay home and social distance. A recent image showed the catwalk queen posing fully topless and protecting her modesty with a foil-wrapped burrito.
“Me and my burrito telling you to stay inside! not only for the sake of just yourself but also for literally the entire world and all of the people that you love ..❤️,” Bella wrote, adding:
“It’s crazy because all we have to do is work together to slow down this virus and people are still having trouble understanding that.. don’t be selfish!”
A helpful list of home activities were then listed, with Bella also reminding Instagram to “wash those damn hands.”