Emily Ratajkowski goes completely nude as she poses by her apartment window during coronavirus lockdown
Emily Ratajkowski has teased her fans amid the coronavirus quarantine as she posted a picture of herself on Instagram posing nude behind some semi-sheer curtains at her NYC apartment. The 28-year-old is currently practising self-isolation with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, 32, and pup Colombo.
Ratajkowski shared the intimate picture tastefully showing off her curves on social media on Sunday, March 29, as she captioned it, “Sun coming through our curtains first thing in the morning last week.” While the sheer curtains helped the Inamorata founder from exposing herself entirely to her 25.8 million followers, the silhouette of her bombshell figure and remarkably tiny waist was on full display in the post.
In the picture, ‘The Spoils Before Dying’ star can also be seen covering her breasts with one hand and looking forward. She has also shared some pictures of herself in her Instagram stories while staying lazy at home. She shared her breakfast pics, her dog’s pic and her time with him.
In one of her stories, Ratajkowski was seen holding a red coffee mug before the mirror, and then twerking in a cropped grey long sleeve and low-waisted sweats to Cookiee Kawaii's track ‘Vibe’.
This comes soon after the ‘I Feel Pretty actress’ was seen promoting some racy new swimwear from her line Inamorata. She took to Instagram to post some pictures of new pieces from her clothing line.
The supermodel looked breathtakingly beautiful as she wore a sexy neon green one-piece that featured a plunging neck. The actress’s swimsuit had a leopard print number and highlighted her cleavage. Ratajkowski launched Inamorata in November 2017 as a swimwear line. The brand now sells other womenswear pieces too.
However, it seems everything is not rosy for the supermodel, who was recently named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. A few days back, she shared a picture of herself as she revealed her fight with depression.
In the social media post, she had written: “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 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!)”