Lisa Rinna‘s daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin slithered into an incredible tight pho snakeskin dress for some hot pics with attitude and we are not mad at her.
The 18-year-old model teamed up with a well-known celeb photographer, Amber Asaly for a retro fashion shoot that proved that Amelia’s hips don’t lie. She was sporting a fancy bob and her dress was by Roberto Cavalli. Her makeup was flawless as she bent at the hip to give the camera’s fisheye lens a good look at her. The model recently opened up about her past struggle with an eating disorder but she is finally happy and back to taking high-fashion modeling photos.
“Snakes r the worst type of ppl,” she wrote in the caption of her post.
Everyone was blown away by Gray’s beauty shots and that incredible dress… including her mother! Lisa sent love to her daughter in the form of green heart ??????emojis. Paris Hilton followed suit and included some lightning ⚡️?⚡️emojis to convey how shocking the pics are.
“only snake we f**k w is roberto cavalli ?,” Amber, the photographer, wrote in reference to the dress and Amelia’s caption.
The amazing pics Amelia shared to her feed are fantastic but they don’t compare to the chic fisheye snap that she posted to her Instagram story.
Last week, Amelia opened up about her journey to becoming healthy and happy after struggling with an eating disorder for years. She shared her experience so that others in need may find strength and see a light at the end of the tunnel.
“Three years ago around this time I went to seek help,” she began her lengthy post. “It has become so surreal over these past few years during my journey. Sharing my story with all of you, seeking the support, and supporting others. Now that it is a new year, I cannot even begin to express how grateful I am for each and every one of you.”
She continued her statement and explained that although social media was partly responsible for her problems, she would not have received the overwhelming amount of support she got without it.
“When I first opened up about my disorder, I did not expect anyone to truly care or respond. The response I got was unimaginable. Some of you congratulate me for healing and seek for help from me. Though, truly, you guys are the reason that I survived. A lot of the time I think social media is extremely toxic, and makes my head go crazy. But- if I truly think about it, without this crazy platform, I may have never healed. The support I had was so large that I couldn’t ever think of letting any of you guys down. I felt like it was my job as a role model to heal.”
The model ended her emotional caption with a message of hope to others that may be dealing with similar issues.
“Embrace your hardships, embrace your struggles. The goal is to come out of the other end inspired, bettered, resilient, and knowledgeable. Love you.”
Lisa was touched by her daughters openness and commented, “#proudmama.”