Bella Hadid is hanging on her farm – with what may be the classiest sheer and braless look around. The 23-year-old supermodel and sister to pregnant Gigi Hadid dropped a fresh batch of photos on Friday, shouting out the swinging 60s, low-key garden life, and high-brow chic. Together with Reebok face sister Gigi, Bella is at mother Yolanda Hadid’s 36-acre Pennsylvania farm amid COVID-19, having already made headlines this month for soaking up rays in a bikini, plus the April baring of her burrito to encourage social distancing.
Scroll for the photos that clocked the Tag Heuer spokesperson over 450,000 likes in four hours. Despite the racy, sheer finish as Bella wore luxury Fenty and co-ordinated her green-rimmed shades with a summer coat covering her white dress, the vibe was country farmhouse – apt for the location – with the half-Palestininan, half-Dutch sensation catching the eye off-the-bat as she posed barefoot, bare-legged, and bombshell-like with a vase of red and yellow flowers placed between her legs. Pearl bracelets around one ankle added pizzazz to the rustic setting, with curled hair and glam posing completing the feminine-strong look that flashed some chest.
Bella offered no caption. She did, however, tag 32-year-old singer Rihanna’s Fenty line. The update now sees Bella thrown fire emoji up the wazoo, with one left from 28-year-old supermodel Emily Ratajkowski. Bella’s low-key farmhouse snaps have been making headlines, both for showing the sprawling and rustic estate and Bella’s garden activities, plus for racier reasons – an unbuttoned and braless satin shirt on May 7 sparked an Instagram frenzy as Bella’s 30.6 million followers left her 1 million likes. Scroll for a video from the farm.
Manhattan is Bella’s home, with COVID-19 bringing quite the change as the property purchased by her mother in 2017 flies the flag for the farm life.
“It’s where we can all come and feel like ourselves again. When I’m here, I just get in my truck and go to the store. Kids get excited at the market, but they don’t take their phones out. They want us to feel normal, and that’s very appreciated,” Bella told Elle. A post made earlier this month shouted out the catwalk queen’s NYC base as she announced a donation to a New York City foodbank.
Bella joins the slew of celebrities now taking to social media to mark the death of George Floyd, a black man who, despite saying “I can’t breathe,” perished as a police officer – now charged with murder – kneeled on his neck until he died.
“Rest in Peace #GeorgeFloyd . this has got to stop. it’s hard to watch a video so foul. It’s hard to think that this is still happening. but it is reality. And These police officer need to be accountable to the maximum degree for their obviously disgusting and horrific actions. I feel so sick, sad and sorry for George Floyd and his family,” Bella wrote, encouraging her followers to “spread