Charlotte McKinney, 29, poses in a very daring pink string bikini as she has fun at the beach while heading into her birthday weekend
Model Charlotte McKinney shared several new images to her Instagram account on Friday.
The 29-year-old former Guess model – who will turn 30-years-old on Sunday – was seen in a pink string bikini that made the most of her very slender figure.
It was decorated with a yellow and red daisy print.
The star was on a sandy beach as she posed away, at one point even flipping double birds.
It seemed as if it may have been a size too small as it rode up on her chest, flashing some underboob, but her 1m followers were not complaining.
Charlotte also showed off her brown purse and the beach at sunset.
Eye-popping beauty: Charlotte McKinney on Friday shared several photos to Instagram where she was working on her tan on a sandy beach
A closer look: The cover girl was seen in a very skimpy string bikini with ties on the briefs that barely stayed on her dynamic figure
The ex of Stephen Dorff was also seen taking in a beach setting.
McKinney is a model and actress who first gained attention as an Instagram personality, eventually achieving wider recognition for her appearance in a Carl’s Jr. commercial which aired regionally during Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.
The star has already be on the cover of GQ and Vanity Fair.
And Charlotte has competed on Dancing With The Stars and acted in the Baywatch remake.
This new sighting comes two months after she landed one of her most scintillating ad campaigns of her long career.
The blonde beauty from Orlando, Florida was seen posing in skimpy lingerie to plug a major shoe brand in Miami.
The face of Larroude footwear as she was seen pouting for the camera in new eye-popping images shared to her Instagram page.
A size too small works for her: It seemed as if it may have been a size too small as it rode up on her chest
Wonderful woman: The blonde bombshell is hitting a milestone soon: her 30th birthday falls on August 6
‘New @larroude spring collection out now!’ wrote siren in her brief caption.
‘Shooting this campaign was extra special because the first time I wore their shoes I fell in love and became such a fan of the line but all that aside I had the chance to work with some of the most kindest and bad a** people.’
The Hollywood veteran then added hashtags for the brand as well as the glam team.
The star had on a pale pink sheer corset that had applique over her chest. McKinney also wore very tiny briefs that barely covered her up.
The outfit was used to plug the pale pink high heels from Larroude, though it is debatable if anyone was checking out her feet as her body seemed to be the focus.
The fashion industry personality left little to the imagination while showcasing her shapely form. The social media figure let her blonde hair fall down over her bare shoulders and her glam was on point.
McKinney began her modeling career by building a large presence on Instagram in the mid-2010s.
The model spoke about her platform during an interview with Marie Claire, where she pointed out that what she shared on her account was not indicative of what her life was normally like.
Sexy for sale: In February McKinney has landed one of her most scintillating ad campaigns of her long career; she was selling the shoes here, not the lingerie
Her big breakout role: She came to fame when she modeled a bikini top and micro shorts for a Carl’s Jr campaign in 2015
‘Social media is an interesting part of life, and it’s not all it looks like from the outside. Instagram is just an outlet to exude this image of what you deem as a perfect life,’ she stated.
McKinney went on to express that she was not necessarily fond of using the social media outlet, although she recognized its necessity in her professional life.
‘I have such a love hate relationship with it, being a private person but it plays such an essential part of my career,’ she said.
The fashion industry personality concluded by expressing that prospective models should consider utilizing unconventional means while looking for success.
‘Now more than ever, there isn’t just one path to wherever you want or need to go. Explore as many options as possible, and don’t rely on one straight road,’ she said.
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