Ireland Baldwin is back in swimwear. The 24-year-old daughter to Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger took to Instagram over the weekend for a little bikini action as she social distances – the model and actress had already made headlines for just this reason on March 30 as bikini snaps from her went viral and got a reply from “30 Rock Star” dad Alec.
Ireland’s photos yesterday offered a front and very cheeky rear view. Keep scrolling for the snaps, plus the “bad thing” that COVID-19 home time just saw Ireland do.
Ireland’s photos showed her modeling a sporty and lime green bikini with ribbed fabrics and what turned out to be a cheeky thong finish – the opening shot had shown the blonde from the front as she showcased her cleavage and trim tummy, although a quick swipe to the right upped the ante.
Smiling in daylight and poolside amid clear blue skies and tree backdrops, Ireland posed looking relaxed and flaunting her tattoos, also appearing near makeup-free.
“I think this is my favorite spring suit @tjswim ??,” she captioned the photos.
Despite a relatively modest following of 576,000, Ireland nonetheless brought in the likes with this post. It currently sits at over 24,000 likes, even garnering a reply from “Sports Illustrated” model Nina Agdal – “Hot tamale,” Nina wrote.
“Would you ever date a regular civilian?” a hopeful fan asked.
“Spectacular beauty, nice tattoos, lovely curves,” another wrote.
“Nice booty” was another comment.
No reply from dad Alec this time, although the Hollywood heavyweight’s reply of: “It’s the virus, inside your head” likely hasn’t been forgotten – the words were left to Ireland’s ultra-revealing floral bikini post.
Ireland’s post yesterday wasn’t a full-blown ad. That said, it did see the rising DJ influence in the traditional Instagram manner. Pay on the platform directly correlates with following, something that Vox‘s experts have broken down. Bear in mind these figures 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!”
Ireland has been making headlines for her home activites are she self-isolates in L.A. Following a DIY haircut, the star took to her Instagram stories to reveal that she’d dyed her hair pink, also writing:
“Just did a bad thing.”
The home-dye experiment then got its own permanent update as Ireland posed in a makeup-free snap showing off her locks.
“I added some pink in my hair and it was my first box dye experience and I didn’t fry my hair off weeeehoooo,” she wrote.