Demi Rose looks incredible in brown bikini as she sunbathes in the Maldives
DEMI Rose showed off her incredible curves in a skimpy bikini as she posed on the beach in the Maldives.
The 25-year-old model stripped to a brown snakeskin halterneck bikini and a tiny sarong for the snaps.
Posing on the beach at sunset Demi gave her fans serious mermaid vibes as she wore her long brown hair in loose waves.
She wore glowing makeup with a slick of eyeliner complimenting her dark eyes.
Demi wore a slick of pink lipgloss as she parted her lips sensually for the snaps.
Earlier in the day she told her 15 million Instagram followers "good morning" as she showed off her perfect figure in her bikini.
Demi looks stunning but earlier this summer she was forced to hit back at cruel trolls who accused her of putting on weight during lockdown.
he wrote on her Instagram Story: "When people assume you've gained weight during quarantine cause you wear an oversized shirt. No, I'm just pale.
"Don't come for me."
Demi went on to post an impassioned rant about bodyshamers, seething at the time: "I’m over people shaming people for how they look, I’m over people that aren’t pure and transparent."
Meanwhile, Demi opened up on her usually private personal life as she candidly admitted she was both abused as a child and bullied in a highly emotional video.
The star from Birmingham, who lost both of her parents in recent years, told fans: "From dealing with abuse as a child, to going through bullying at school, getting hurt by relationships that you never thought you would of and dealing with major grief, losing two people I loved the most."
'To this day, I'm still trying to let all of that go but I'm acknowledging that all of that shaped me into who I am today."
She then shared a clip of tears running down her face with a message to fans.
"I miss a lot. It's still very much hard for me to grasp how much life changes and how much you need to grow and be strong. Not everything is perfect all the time. Not always I have self love," she typed.
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