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Demi Rose shows off her curves in a plunging swimsuit

Demi Rose mixes business with pleasure as she shows off her curves in a plunging swimsuit while relaxing by the pool in latest tropical shoot


Demi Rose mixed business with pleasure on Wednesday as she reclined by the pool while taking part in her latest tropical photoshoot. 

The Midlands-born model, 26, showed off her voluptuous curves in a monochrome swimsuit as she posed for a new collection of images from professional photographer Danny De Santos. 

With a bold plunging neckline the seasonal outfit drew attention to her cleavage, while a distinctively cinched waist further enhanced her figure. 

Don’t mind me: Demi Rose mixed business with pleasure on Wednesday as she reclined by the pool while taking part in her latest tropical photoshoot

With temperatures soaring across a location evidently far from freezing Britain, she added to her look with a wide-brimmed Chanel sun-hat while striking a relaxed pose.

Captioning the images, she wrote: ‘Todo está bien en Demi Land,’ translated from Spanish as ‘All is well and good in Demi Land.’ 

The model recently hit the headlines after she revealed that she was the victim of bully when she was younger. 

Looking good: The Midlands-born model showed off her voluptuous curves in a monochrome swimsuit as she posed for a new collection of images from photographer Danny De Santos

Looking good: The Midlands-born model showed off her voluptuous curves in a monochrome swimsuit as she posed for a new collection of images from photographer Danny De Santos

Speaking to Radio 1 Newsbeat, she said: ‘I always wanted to get into modelling and when I eventually got there I classed it as a blessing because I grew up being bullied and didn’t have many friends at all.’

Demi, who has been modelling for eight years credits her career for being a ‘blessing’.

In 2019, both of Demi’s parents died, just seven months apart and the star said going into lockdown straight after their deaths was ‘a time of reflection.’

She added ‘having to deal with my parents’ house and selling their stuff – it was a really sad place for me.’

‘I wanted to go and travel but I had three months in London, which was a lot of facing what I had been through and was a time of reflection.’

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