Blonde bombshell Emily Ratajkowski is flaunting her perfect beach body in new photos that she shared with her 26.6 million Instagram followers. Emily wore a two-piece black bathing suit from her Inamorata Woman clothing line. Emily recently changed up her look when she traded in her brunette locks for blonde, but she’s also changed her location too. It seems that Emily keeps leaving her homes when the Coronavirus ramps up — smart move. When she and husband Sebastian Bear-McClard lived in New York at the height of the Coronavirus crisis the two moved to Los Angeles. They stayed in L.A. until the Coronavirus surged and then returned to New York. Right now, New York is one of the best states that is free from the deadly novel virus. While cases are surging in more than 30 states across the nation, New York is seeing minimal cases.
At 29-years-old, Emily has accomplished a great deal in life. She has a successful company, has been married for two years, and the couple shares their rescue dog, Colombo.
Though she was in New York, Emily still got plenty of beach time in and was able to show off her curves in a little black bikini. Emily shared the photo on Tuesday where it drew more than one million likes. Emily’s blonde hair was tossed by the wind as she posed on the beach with her gaze down towards the sand.
While some states eased up on social distancing rules, it appeared that the beachgoers were six feet apart. You may see the photo that Emily shared with her followers below.
Emily wore another black bikini when she first bleached her hair. You may see a video of Emily wearing that Inamorata Woman’s suit in the video below.
What do you think about Emily Ratajkowski’s latest photos? Are you a fan of the Inamorata Woman clothing line? Have you been changing your residence to outrun the Coronavirus like Emily and Sebastian have?
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