Ireland Baldwin, 23, stuns in sultry black corset, says she feels like Keira Knightley's character from 'Pirates'
23-year-old Ireland Baldwin recently took to social media to share her theory on how her growing chest is linked to Cheesecake Factory's brown bread
Ireland Baldwin looked absolutely stunning as she took to social media to share a sultry snap of herself sporting a snug black corset on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old daughter of Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin captioned the sexy image, "Corsets make me feel like Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley in 'Pirates') but more if she got a job at Hooters or something."
The model had recently made headlines earlier on this week when she had posted another revealing picture of herself in a black bra which featured see-through mesh cutouts.
In the post, she spoke about her growing chest and how it is linked to Cheesecake Factory's brown bread: "Been eating a lot of brown bread at Cheesecake Factory and it’s going to my boobs. #lifehack."
Many of Ireland's fans and followers responded with shoutouts to their favorite food from the popular restaurant chain while other fans pointed to the star's striking resemblance to her mother Kim Basinger.
"Wow Ireland you look so much like your mama in this photo," wrote one fan. Another fan added, "Omg! you’re your mother... beautiful."
Ireland has been an advocate for body positivity and has battled a fair share of body shamers in the past.
It was only last month that she took to Instagram to stress the importance of being yourself.
She wrote, "What is even the point of social media if you can't be who you truly are? I'm not here to mindf*** all of you into believing I am something that I'm not. I'm forever on a journey of finding my better self and I will continue to work as hard as I can to make MYSELF proud."
Earlier this year, when Sports Illustrated released their 2019 Swimsuit Issue which featured a variety of body types, she spoke to E! News about how important such a change was.
"I think it's such an important change that's finally happening and we're finally starting to recognize that beauty isn't a specific body type and it's just so many different body types and different looks and different everything," Ireland said.