Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin is flaunting her Gold Medal legs, massive thigh gap, and the perks of having a cabin out in Montana. The 31-year-old five-time Olympic medalist is back out in Big Sky Country for the holidays, and her latest Instagram post brought everything from snowy action to 2020-acquired dog Harley. Nastia, followed by 1 million and recently in the news for inking a movie deal in “Little Gymnasts,” was back to showcasing her stunning figure on Sunday. Likewise, her flawless style. Check it out below
Scroll for the photos. Nastia, posting from a picture-perfect setting in the Montana wilderness, kicked off on a snowy outdoor balcony and looking back at it from behind shades – the Russian-born star wore super-stylish spandex snow pants in ivory, a snazzy silver puffer jacket, plus chunky black Moon boots as she folded a leg and smiled from under a beanie.
It ain’t an update from Liukin these days without dog Harley, with a quick swipe to the right showing the 2008 all-around Olympic champion snuggling with her pooch.
A new swipe, a new feel. The beauty blogger was then seen highlighting her Olympian thigh gap in her tight, chic white snow pants, with the super-leggy snap seeing the star backed by fresh snow and wintry trees.
“Back at our little happy place,” Nastia wrote, tagging herself in Montana.
“So pretty Nastia!” a fan quickly wrote, with the blonde called a “snow angel” by fans – bear in mind, it can go sour on Nastia’s Instagram, with October seeing her caught up in a giant anorexia clap-back.
Nastia has now deleted a post that wound up making major headlines in the fall. A fan DM asking Nastia how she feels about “promoting borderline anorexia looking bodies” was deemed not cool by Liukin, with the gymnast choosing to both repost the fan message and clap back herself, also admitting she was “triggered” by the remark.
“It made me feel: defeated, pissed, sad, annoyed, confused, shocked, and many other feelings,” Nastia wrote. See her full response after the mind-blowing gymnastics video.
Nastia, who wore a tight, scoop-neck dress and posed in selfie mode to deliver her response, wrote:
“If taking pictures of my OWN body — a body that won me many Olympic medals, a body that I push each day to get stronger, a body that God gave me — is inherently promoting anorexia, then honestly, we’ve gotten to a place in the world where just BEING is offensive.”
Nastia has since endured criticism over assumptions her 6.30 a.m. coffee is all she consumes to start the day, something she’s denied.