Millie Bobby Brown rocks white bra top and unbuttoned baggy jeans in sexy new photo
Millie Bobby Brown's boyfriend Jake Bongiovi commented on her gorgeous pic, 'You're cute jeans'
ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Millie Bobby Brown, who played the remarkable character of Eleven in the Netflix sci-fi series, 'Stranger Things' recently shared a snap of her in a white bra top and that has left her fans in awe. Recently enrolled in college, Brown posted a photo of herself on Thursday, September 22, flaunting an impressive figure.
The enticing image showed Brown, 18, leaning against a rustic wooden fence. She wore a blue loose pair of jeans that were unzipped and folded down to reveal her flat torso, with a conventional white cotton bra on top. The 'Enola Holmes' actress finished off her ensemble by donning a pair of black retro sunglasses and a sloppy bun with her blonde-brown hair. Brown, who was born in Marbella, Spain, captioned the picture with "blue jean white t <3."
Many of Brown's well-known pals left comments on her post. Her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, the son of Jon Bon Jovi, commented, "You're cute jeans." Her 'Stranger Things' co-star Noah Schnapp simply wrote, "Ok!!!!" while Addison Rae wrote, "YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL." The renowned make-up artist, James Charles commented, "Slay."
One fan said, "Yahhh slayyyy angel," while another added, "PRETTY GIRL." One person praised Brown's "ICONIC" sense of style, and another user referred to the 'Modern Family' star as "the most beautiful around!!"
As summer draws to an end, Brown will be very busy as she gets ready to start her college program at Purdue University. She stated to Allure magazine last month that she intended to use her college degree to "learn about the system and how to help young people."
Students majoring in human services "are concerned about today's individuals and families and want to help them find solutions to challenging circumstances," according to the Purdue website. The subject of Millie's college studies aligns with her goal of using her platform to serve as an inspiration for other young adults.
The most thrilling aspect of her job, Brown told the magazine, "Of course, people can look at it as pressure or scary, but I think that's the most exciting part of my job. People are all looking at me, 'What are you going to say, Millie?'"
"I'm going to say, 'Young girls deserve an education. Young people everywhere deserve equal rights. [You] deserve to love the people that you want to love. Be the people that you want to be and achieve the dreams that you want to achieve.' That's my message," Brown concluded.
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