Ireland Basinger Baldwin shared three photos this week, which showed her posing in a retirement community wearing a gorgeous bralette and jeans.
The 25-year-old model wore denim jeans and a white-laced halter neck bralette, that revealed part of her midriff as she stood in the field and posed effortlessly for the snaps.
With the sun shining and some trees and shrubs behind her, Ireland Baldwin’s outfit gave her 658,000 Instagram followers a view of her toned figure and unmissable arm tattoos.
Ireland Baldwin, who is the daughter of actors Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger, smiled in one of the photos as she stood with her hands in her pockets while smoldering more seriously at the camera in the other two shots.
Her shoulder-length blonde hair was casually falling around her face, and she wore minimal makeup for the images, which seemed to be from an impromptu photo session.
Ireland Baldwin captioned her post, “walking around a retirement community like….”
She also posted a sexy picture where her face is not visible but made sure to show off lots of skin and underboob by lifting up her shirt to show off her chest tattoo.
Later the same day, she shared some selfie videos to her Instagram Stories, displaying her love of tattoos as she tried out some of Instagram’s tattoo filters on her face and neck and told her fans, “I just might.”
The stunning model, who seems to be obsessed with tattoos, shared a picture of an ink on her face recently, and her mother, Kim Basinger, put her foot down by saying, “You better not had!”
Ireland is often posting on her social media pages about body positivity and the need to love your body.
In 2020, she posted on Instagram to mark six years without eating disorders after struggling for years.
She advised her followers to “love” and “respect” their bodies and to spend time with those who inspire them in a positive way rather than those who bring others down.
Ireland told her fans to “go and look” for the people who will love them and make them feel good about themselves, while also advising them against taking life too seriously.
She explained: “Love your body. respect your body. Spend your remaining time on this earth with people who love you and make you feel good and if you don’t have many of those people, get out and go look for them. Some of y’all are taking this whole life thing so damn seriously… and it’s so not worth it.”
Ireland has evolved in recent years and supporters love it.