Stella Maxwell has modelled for some of the world's most famous brands, including Victoria's Secret, Chanel, Alexander McQueen and many others. But her latest Instagram post highlights the homely side of hers. And guess what, she looks is sexy in it too.
Taking a break from being an Angel at Victoria's Secret runways, Kristen Stewart's girlfriend posed poolside with her dog, Trip. She can be seen wearing a sleeveless T-shirt and black underwear with her puppy sitting down between her legs.
Maxwell left her blonde tresses open as she stared at the camera with a sexy pose. She captioned the image saying, "Winter." The stunning photo was clearly a hit among her fans as it racked up nearly 110,000 likes within just a few hours of its upload. The picture was flooded with compliments from her 3.4 million followers.
One user wrote, "Such a pretty and sexy babe," while another complimented Maxwell by calling her "Stunning!" in the reply section. Most Instagram users are calling the model's puppy "lucky"
"The puppy is so lucky," said one user, while echoed similar sentiments and wrote, "Lucky puppy" in the comments section. One user asked, "Awe Such a cute doggie do you have an Instagram account for the little rascal?"
A user declared his love for the model by writing, "I love you Stella, " while another called both Maxwell and her pup, "Cuties! So beautiful! Kisses Stella!" A social media user even cheekily guessed the pet's mood and wrote, "Trip's mood is like: ill protect u till u take your pic mommmm."
The 27-year-old model and Twilight star Kristen Stewart have been dating for almost a year now, and the couple was recently spotted arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport on 8 December. The actress and the model looked prepared for a winter storm as they bundled up in layers and heavy coats while leaving the terminal side-by-side.
Previously in an interview with Harper's Bazaar, the supermodel opened up about how social media plays an important role in the modelling industry. She told the Magazine, "People like to see what you're doing and feel involved. Everyone craves that whole behind-the-scenes side of things. I think it's important to keep people involved with what you're doing and to shed a little light on what goes into the end result."
"There's pressure, but you have to keep it real. People forget that Instagram is there for fun and I try not to lose sight of that. It's not as serious as everyone thinks it is," Maxwell added.