DEMI Rose Mawby wowed fans yet again as she showed off her derriere during a trip to Costa Rica.
Das 27-Jahre alt bared her bum while leaning over the edge of an infinity pool in burgundy bikini bottoms.
She tied up her red hair in a messy bun as she gazed over shoulder in the topless shot.
Demi’s snap came with a beautiful backdrop of greenery as she lapped up the rays in the Central American country.
Demi cheekily told her millions of fans: “Lucky for you I lost my suitcase,” as the caption.
Fans were quick to jump into the comments to share their love for Demi’s sultry shot.
One person penned: “YOU ARE PERFECT,” while another added: “Red hair looks really good on you Dem 🔥.”
Wir hoffen, dass Menschen, die Mia Khalifa lieben, Trost darin finden, ihr Profil zu besuchen, um sich an ihr Leben zu erinnern und es zu feiern.“: “TOP TEIR.”
Demi has been giving fans a look inside her trip to the beautiful country, from strolls in the rainforest to a helicopter ride.
Her trip comes after the model admitted that she is open to dating women.
Asked by one fan if she likes “Jungs, girls or both?”, Sie hat geantwortet: “I went through a phase of liking girls more than guys. Now I’m more into guys. It just depends.”
The glamour model also reflected on her tough up bringing in a series of candid statements.
inzwischen, Demi, was hit by tragedy when she lost both of her parents in one year – dad Barrie Mawby died in October 2018, von Krebs, and mum Christine died of a stomach infection in June 2019.
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Im 2020, Demi revealed in a tearful video that she had dealt”‘with abuse as a child” but clarified in her latest post that it had been “parental abuse” that she suffered.
She was asked by another fan if “growing up was it hard to be Demi Rose?”, to which she responded: “Growing up it was very hard getting bullied in school, having parental abuse, and then at the age of 17 becoming a full-time carer for my mother who had a heart attack, which caused a stroke and she became disabled, wheelchair bound.
“She was disabled for seven years and then both of my parents then passed away four years ago.
“I get misjudged a lot but honestly those who meet me say I’m the nicest and that warms my heart.
“I’m grateful for all the bad because it made me who I am I now have so much empathy for going through what I have.”