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Fiona Falkiner flaunts her hourglass figure in midriff-baring active-wear

As one of Australia’s most in-demand curvy models, Fiona Falkiner is no stranger to flaunting her frame in skin-tight attire. 

And the 35-year-old bombshell didn’t disappoint when she posed up a storm on the set of a shoot for active-wear brand Active Truth at Bondi Beach on Tuesday.

Braving Sydney’s chilly climes, Fiona confidently posed in a series of midriff-baring ensembles while a cacophony of waves crashed behind her. 

Dangerous curves ahead! Fiona Falkiner, 35, posed up a storm on the set of a shoot for active-wear brand Active Truth at Bondi Beach on Tuesday 

For one shot, the bronzed glamazon was seen modelling a black crop-top, matching high-waisted leggings and a pair of pink trainers. 

With her flaxen mane tumbling down one shoulder, Fiona commanded attention by standing with her feet astride and hands on her hips. 

The former Biggest Loser host also slipped into a teal, camouflage-print crop top and matching high-waist leggings. 

Va va voom! Braving Sydney's chilly climes, Fiona confidently posed in a series of midriff-baring ensembles while a cacophony of waves crashed behind her

Va va voom! Braving Sydney’s chilly climes, Fiona confidently posed in a series of midriff-baring ensembles while a cacophony of waves crashed behind her

Wearing her hair up in a sassy pony-tail, Fiona completed her look with a pair of teal-hued sneakers. 

It comes days after Fiona spoke to The Daily Telegraph about the changing landscape of Australia’s modelling industry, telling the publication that curvier girls are more in demand than ever.   

‘I have been in this industry for eight or nine years now and the opportunities for curvier girls to get out there and represent brands is incredible and has changed so much,’ the beauty stated.

A treat in teal! The former Biggest Loser host slipped into a teal, camouflage-print crop top and matching high-waist leggings

A treat in teal! The former Biggest Loser host slipped into a teal, camouflage-print crop top and matching high-waist leggings

‘It is really exciting. Brands are finally realising they need to cater for everyone and they are getting on board with catering to all different types of people and different bodies,’ she added.  

Last year, Fiona spoke candidly about her attitude towards the label ‘plus-size’, insisting that she isn’t perturbed by the term.

‘Personally as an industry term, plus-size doesn’t bother me at all,’ she told Body And Soul, adding: ‘As an industry term it’s a classification. The problems arise when it’s brought into everyday life and people say I’m plus-sized.’ 

'It is really exciting': It comes days after Fiona spoke to The Daily Telegraph about the changing landscape of Australia's modelling industry, telling the publication that curvier girls are more in demand than ever

‘It is really exciting’: It comes days after Fiona spoke to The Daily Telegraph about the changing landscape of Australia’s modelling industry, telling the publication that curvier girls are more in demand than ever

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