Ireland Baldwin is getting straight-up bullied as photos of her latest beach outing circulate. The 24-year-old model and daughter to Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger has been making headlines for her various shorefront shenanigans this month – a recent outing saw the blonde going wild with a vodka bottle on Californian sands as she flaunted her curves in a mint-green bikini.
New photos taken over the weekend showed Ireland back in the surf and in a mismatched bikini that just about contained her. Scroll for the photos
Click here for the paparazzi photos obtained by The Daily Mail, where remarks now see the L.A.-born star told she should’ve purchased a “bikini in the right size,” also seeing mass trolling and popular remark read:
“Model??? Standards have slipped in 2020.”
Over on Ireland’s Instagram, photos appeared to challenge the recent waves of body-shaming the model has been subject to. She posted the above photo showing her burgundy-red and green bikini, plus a swipe-right deal at a less-flattering angle.
Also shared, was a shot showing the star narrowly avoiding a wardrobe malfunction as British newspaper The Daily Mail reported her “ample assets” to have “nearly” fallen out of her top. More below.
Ireland, followed by 604,000 on Instagram, had captioned her post with body-positivity, writing:
“Yesterday’s paparazzi pics vs today’s… remember people! lighting is everything and the media always wants to make people look like shit if they can ♥️ so bored and tired of the body shaming.”
Then asking: “Don’t we have enough going on in the world,” Ireland queried how people “still have time to cut others down.”
Also addressed was Ireland’s trademark porcelain skin as she called herself “white as snow,” plus not having a six-pack. Scroll for the sushi burrito “pregnancy announcement.”
And it would appear those trolls have yet to do so. Ireland concluded her post, writing: “Let’s find better hobbies and encourage body positivity.” The model who made headlines back in 2017 for addressing body-shaming as she said “This is who I am” didn’t appear able to catch a break from the shamers.
Multiple users left remarks over a top that “didn’t fit” – fortunately, the vibe was more real in responses left to Ireland’s Sunday Instagram update as she was backed and told to “f-ck the noise.”
Ireland has been making headlines, both for attending Black Lives Matter protests in L.A. – where she handed out Reese’s candy – and for documenting her COVID-19 lock-down. A now-viral video going TikTok style showed Ireland in unzipped jeans, with Cheetos, and wielding a kitchen knife last month as she jokingly and purposefully misspelled quarantine – “Can’t spell quarantine right because I’m sick of her,” Ireland wrote.
Lock-down weight gain was also joked about as Ireland wrote: “I got so fat over quarentine.”