Rumer Willis is demanding attention with a new series of titillating shots on social media that see the former “Dancing with the Stars”champion getting cozy on her bed in some lacy lingerie. The 32-year-old daughter of actors Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, took to Instagram over the weekend to showcase herself modeling some new merch for a company that prides itself on supporting women, both on the inside and outside.
The photos from Rumer come after the young star made a big announcement about keeping negativity out of her life.
Rumer Willis shared multiples photos to her over 800,000 followers on Instagram, in which she was modeling a yellow lingerie set in what appeared to be her bedroom.
“Thank you to the lovely ladies at @cuup for capturing me and my sweet Dolores,” Rumer wrote about the shots with her sleepy dog.
She added, “And for a great conversation about self love, appreciating my curls, how to help the younger generation to learn to accept and celebrate your body in all its many forms.”
Rumer Willis also provided an interview to the lingerie company, as part of their BodyTalk segment, which focuses on women offering support for other women and their bodies with personal stories.
“There is all of this shame attached to becoming a woman, but, at the same time, there is so much emphasis on quickly mastering beauty and sensuality, Rumer said in her interview.
She explained, “Suddenly, there are all these checkboxes: your face, your teeth, your butt, your boobs. If you are desirable within these checkboxes, if boys like you for these things, then you are valuable.”
Talking about her own relationship with her family and sisters, including her two half-sisters, Rumer Willis explained:
“I have four sisters. Two of them are very young. One is eight; the other is six. I feel so grateful to have a support system of women I can share anything with. I can talk to them about sexuality, body image, the weird rash on my back, or the comparisons I shouldn’t be making between my body and theirs.”
Rumer added, “We may be related, but we all look so different and have such varied body shapes. We have all compared ourselves to one another at some point, as sisters do, but we try to see these differences as a reminder to celebrate our own uniqueness.”