Emily Ratajkowski straddles husband Sebastian Bear in sexy picture and sets pulses racing
Emily Ratajkowski without a doubt possesses one of the best-looking bodies and an even stunning face to match. The model and actress is married to actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard and both of them recently broke the internet after the former posted a highly risqué photograph of her straddling him in bed.
The room appeared to be dimly lit and a glass of red wine was also snapped in the suggestive mirror selfie. The couple's husky-german shepherd, Colombo, also featured in the photograph who was lying alongside them on the bed.
She also gave her fans a glimpse of their cuddle session in another selfie that she posted with her arm lovingly wrapped around Sebastian. Both of them appeared to be donning comfy white sweatshirts and she captioned the photo with three white hearts.
Just last week, EmRata had posted a photograph with Sebastian on her page. The photograph in question is highly sexual in nature, taken straight from the couple's bathroom with both of them in the buff.
The photograph, another mirror selfie, was clicked by EmRata while her husband had her derriere in a tight embrace. It was not a recent photograph but a throwback from six months after their 2018 wedding. She captioned the photo saying, "This is not what our quarantine looks like (we’re mostly in sweats and hoodies) but since I posted this during my q&a why not post it here? This was about 6 months after we got married, summer ‘18." The photograph has more than 2.4M likes and the couple's famous friends Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber and The Weeknd also seem to have been in love with the photograph.
Emily usually just posts a lot of pictures of her modeling assignments and photos with Sebastian and their dog Colombo on the regular. However, in the later days of the month gone by, she opened up to her 26M followers like never before with her opening up about her battle with depression, uncertainty and a sick parent.
She posted a portrait of her that was photographed in the last days of 2019 and captioned it: "This pic was taken toward the end of last year. 2019 was one of the hardest years of my life. My mom was really sick, I was battling a serious depression and everything felt very uncertain. 2020 is definitely giving last year a run for its money but I’m happy to say that I’ve have learned how to take better care of myself. I don’t generally like to get too personal on here and I’m far from having shit figured out but these were some of the notes I scribbled down on New Year’s Eve. I wanted to share them and a little piece of my story in case they might make any of you feel less alone in the anxiety or confusion or fear you could be experiencing right now. (& yes quite was meant to be quiet!)."