Demi Rose is way up in the air and showing off those DDs. The British model and social media sensation, currently vacationing in Kenya, has been cramming her Instagram stories with footage from her African travels, with those 15.3 million followers getting some major elephant action this week. Fans haven’t been deprived of Demi’s sizzling curves, though. Demi, who made major October and November headlines for a 5-star and beachfront Maldives stay, is now back at 38,000 feet crossing plains, and she’s gone unzipped. Check it out below.
Scroll for the airplane action. The above photo marked one of the last Maldives snaps shared by Demi, although the model – who quit the U.K. for a new life in Spain in July – doesn’t stay put for long. Demi has already showcased her safari lodge setup complete with giraffes nuzzling her, but her doing it in a bikini was likely the draw for male fans.
Demi’s stories today showed her with a bevy of gal pals and both filming the small plane and what went on inside.
Unzipped is nothing new for Demi, who recently did just this in a swimsuit as she announced a new edit with the Pretty Little Thing brand she fronts. Stories, selfies, showed Demi smiling and pouting while in a dangerously unzipped red bodysuit that, after Demi’s plane exit, was revealed to have teeny tiny shorts.
Demi’s plunging necklines aren’t the only money-maker, though. Just this week, Rose revealed she’s been bumped up in her PLT promo gig. Scroll for more photos below.
Demi, who was unveiled as PLT’s new brand ambassador in October, updated yesterday in both sweats and a swimsuit and faux fur look, stunning fans and announcing:
“So excited to announce my first edit with @prettylittlething is now live! It was so important for me to curate a collection that has all women feeling amazing and confident ?”
The October PLT reveal also came as Demi marked hitting 15 million followers, although the figure has since shot up 300,000. More after the video.
Demi is fresh from revealing she was teased during her childhood. The eating disorder survivor, who weighed just 80 pounds at her worst, told Daily Mail this week:
“I was bullied in school, I wanted to make friends outside of it so I ended up spending a lot of time online,” adding: “I was even interested in virtual reality as a kid, I was always on the computer and then MySpace came around and I found my calling.”
Scroll for Demi proving see-through dresses don’t need bras.