Demi Rose wowed in a racy and sheer black dress, stunning her 19.9 million Instagram followers as she flaunted her famous curves. The British model, 27, ditched her signature bikinis for a gorgeous see-through dress on Instagram, posting while lounging around and going mesh in her strappy and braless dress.
Demi wowed with her full curves on show, sunkissed in her beaded number and posing from a high wall under a cream parasol.
Always A Bombshell
Demi has been making headlines for her simmering-hot updates of late. August 2022 took the ex of rapper Tyga out to Greece for a month-long vacation, and she’s since been posting end-of-summer swim content from her Ibiza, Spain base. In 2020, Demi quit the U.K. for a new life in the Spanish sun.
Opening Up On Hard Times
Demi is fresh from a massive Q&A on Instagram, one seeing her discuss her sexuality, school bullies past, plus caring for her disabled mother – Demi sadly lost both parents just eight months apart before the pandemic.
“Growing up, it was very hard getting bullied in school, having parental abuse, and then at the age of 17 becoming a full-time carer for my mother who had a heart attack, which caused a stroke, and she became disabled, wheelchair-bound,” Demi revealed.
A Little Gratitude
The brunette beauty continued: “She was disabled for seven years, and then both of my parents then passed away four years ago. I get misjudged a lot but honestly, those who meet me say I’m the nicest, and that warms my heart,” adding:
‘I’m grateful for all the bad because it made me who I am. I now have so much empathy for going through what I have.”
Living Her Best Life
Demi has since posted jaw-dropping shots from a lake, posing with her arms lifted high above her head while in a skintight and shimmery bodysuit. Going braless in her “fantasia” share, the bombshell closed her eyes while waist-deep in the waters, also sharing footage from the water with a swipe.
As to vulnerability, there’s plenty with Demi, despite the confidence in her IG photos.
“I feel it’s important to feel your emotions, understand them, let them out and experience them. I like to think that whatever that may happen to me has happened for a reason. That I’m a vessel. So I can inspire and help those who have struggled too,” she continued in her Q&A.