Hailey Bieber is melting down the internet with a set of smoking hot pictures from her recent beach trip, where she is sporting a tiny string bikini.
Justin Bieber’s wife dropped the heart-stopping photos on Instagram, where she appeared to be having the time of her life at the beach. Hailey made her 40.6 million followers happy with a set of brand new bikini snapshots uploaded to her Instagram page on Sunday. Check them out below.
Flaunting Her Bikini Body
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Hailey rocked a swimwear set that consisted of a tiny top with a plunging neckline that showcased her ample cleavage. The garment featured fully-lined cups that barely contained her shapely chest — exposing a hint of her sideboob as a result. Its long straps went over her neck, and another pair of strings were tied behind her back.
She sported a pair of matching low-cut bottoms, which allowed her to show off her toned midsection. The waistband rose high, highlighting the swells of her hips. Meanwhile, the high leg cuts displayed plenty of skin.
Soaking Up Some Sun
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In the update, the 25-year-old model was snapped enjoying the sunny weather in her scanty ensemble. She sat on a red-and-white blanket placed on the fine, white sand. She leaned to the side and used her right hand to support her body while looking off into the distance. Her tanned skin glowed in the bright sunshine as she posed for the camera.
The stunning turquoise blue water, the blue sky, and the clouds comprised her scenic background.
The other picture showed Hailey posing with her knees bent and legs tucked under her thighs. She touched her cream-colored bucket hat while looking into the lens. She also added a photo where she was snapped sitting on a paddleboard in the middle of the sea while her friend longboard champ, Kelia Moniz Termini, posed on the opposite side. Joe Termini, Kelia’s husband, is Justin’s best buddy.
In the shot, Hailey sported a different two-piece. She wore a checkered bikini top with black and purple colors. The bottoms boasted tiny strings tied on the sides of her waist.
Millions Of Likes
Like many of her posts, the new addition to her feed proved to be a popular one. The upload received more than 2 million likes in less than a day. Hailey limited the comments, however, as it only showed 26 notes. The lucky fans who were able to drop messages wrote compliments and left a bunch of emojis.
“stunning!!” one wrote.
“how can someone be so pretty 😍” another admirer gushed. Meanwhile, a third commenter called Hailey a “Bikini hottie.”
For those wondering, Hailey’s bikini was from Tropic Of C, a swimwear label by her fellow model Candice Swanepoel.
Accepting Her Flaws
Hailey has always been confident in her own skin. In an interview, she talked about accepting herself — flaws and all.
“Confidence and self-love is a journey that shouldn’t stop and, I think, doesn’t ever stop,” she told Women’s Health in February last year. “The older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve learned about myself the more confident I’ve become and the less insecure I am. It doesn’t mean that all those things have gone away and that they will go away, though.”
Opening Up About Anxiety
Since marrying her pop star husband, Hailey has been under scrutiny. She admitted in the past that it affected her mental health.
“I admire people coming forward and talking about [anxiety]. We all struggle with it,” Hailey told Glamour in 2019. “I think there’s been this stigma around it for so long. People look at celebrities who are famous or successful and think they have it all together. Like, they have such an insane career, or they make so much money, that they should be happy. But it’s really kind of the opposite.”
When feeling down, Hailey cheers herself up by just appreciating the things she has.
“I look at the people in my life. I look at the relationships I have. I look at, like, the things that are positive and try to remind myself of them,” she said. “Like, I love my parents. I have great friends. I have an amazing husband. Everybody has things that are going bad in their life—no matter who you are or what is going on. There are always going to be things that bother you, or that you struggle with, that are never going to go away. And instead of focusing on those things, I try to