Sailor Brinkley-Cook posted a series of sunny beach photos on her Instagram account this week, including a snap with one of the dogs owned by her mother, Christie Brinkley.
The 22-year-old model has followed in her mother, Christie Brinkley’s footsteps, who rose to fame in the 1970s posing for Sports Illustrated.
And Sailor has also been featured on the cover of the magazine, and this week showed she is continuing to put her modeling skills to use on her social media platform as she shared the new snaps with her 187,000 followers.
She shared a trio of photos wearing a swimsuit from Two Wolves Swimwear, holding her mom’s adorable dog, Chester, for the first image.
Sailor looked to the side as she posed in front of a stunning beach view on a sandy beach, her blonde hair tied loosely in a ponytail.
She wore a splash of pink lipstick and held Chester in one arm, captioning her post to say that he “loves Two Wolves Swimwear.”
The gorgeous model beamed in another photo as she leaned forward slightly and showed off her toned figure in the swimsuit, accessorized with a simple seashell choker necklace.
The third photo showed off the back of the swimsuit as she held her arms up to reveal the crossover detail and put her impressive booty on display.
Fans had a lot to say about the toned and curvy bum. A person gushed and said: “Great looking tush.”
This follower, who is angry with the scandalous picture, shared: “Is there a reason you’re sticking your a*s in the camera in a pornographic pose?”
Another social media user revealed: “Dat booty tho😍.” This backer wrote: “Amazing 🍑 Looks like a beautiful day in paradise 😍.”
A fifth message read: “I know most people will not be focused on your hand in the last photo, but you have dancer’s hands. Beautiful.”
The same day, Sailor posted a cute video to her Instagram Stories, sitting down at a table with Chester on her lap as she ate a meal and added a caption to the post to praise the “restraint” shown by the little dog who did not make any attempt to eat the food himself.
Sailor has recently adopted a puppy named Lionel and said that his evening walk had become a part of her routine to help burn off some of his energy at the end of the day.