Iskra Lawrence looked incredible in her latest Instagram post, which she shared on Sunday.
The model, 31, flaunted her enviable curves in a lace-up neon green swimsuit as she strutted out of the ocean during her sun-soaked Cabo getaway.
Running her hands through her soaking blonde tresses, she flashed a beaming smile against the audio of a man saying, ‘She’s a 10 but she’s… no she’s a 10 actually .’
In her caption, the star wrote: ‘Cabo content about to be coming in hot all week. Alsooo where my tens at? Yup ALL of you better be raising those hands.
‘#midsize #midsizegals #midsizestyle #swimwearfashion #cabo #mombod #momlife #momsofinstagram.’
She is never shy showing off her phenomenal figure on social media as a body confidence advocate.
And Iskra flaunted her incredible body as she posed for a series of sizzling Instagram snaps on Tuesday.
The influencer put on a jaw-dropping display as she slipped into a stylish green lace lingerie set by underwear brand Lounge.
Iskra oozed confidence as she posed from all angles for her five million social media followers.
The mother-of-one sent pulses racing in the pretty lace ensemble, as she pulled on the underwear’s waistband drawing attention to her hourglass figure.
The blonde bombshell wore her hair down and accentuated her natural beauty with just a hint of make-up.
Iskra and her partner, tour manager and songwriter Philip Payne, became parents for the first time when they welcomed a baby son into the world in April 2020.
The model previously opened up about how she felt ‘lost’ and unsure of herself after becoming a mother two years ago, and even questioned her career choices.
In an essay for Today earlier this year, she wrote: ‘I started to think I should just try getting back to ‘me’ – and that ‘me’ was a body-confident lingerie model. I started looking at my body and wondering if I felt confident enough.
‘Then another thought dawned on me: “Can I even do this? I’m a mother now. What would people think? Would my child resent me posting lingerie pics in 10 years?”
‘What about my family-friendly neighbourhood – will I embarrass myself if they all see me in my undies?’
‘I thought, “You’re a mother now. You’ll look desperate for attention and validation – it’s just not a good look”.
‘I wanted to rediscover the part of me that wouldn’t give a damn about parading around in my panties, or anyone’s opinions of me.’