Ashley Graham poses naked on Instagram: ‘My booty is out’

Ashley Graham shows off her famous figure.

The model bared it all on Instagram Thursday as she put a photo of her naked backside into a slideshow from her trip to New York City.

“I walk downtown fast, walk fast, faces pass, my booty is out thin na na na,” Graham, 34, wrote at the post with a twist on the lyrics to Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles.”

In the sultry final slide, the body positivity advocate zoomed in on her naked body in a bathroom mirror, just enough to show off the top of her ass and a little bit of side bust as her long dark brown locks covered her bare back.

Graham also posted glimpses of her time in the Big Apple, rocking white pants and a cream top outside the Loews Regency hotel.

A selfie of Ashley Graham zoomed in to show her naked rear, cropped just below the top of her butt.
Graham posed in her birthday suit and cut out the image just below her bum.

Sports Illustrated’s stunner was praised by her friends and followers, with one writing: “Role model on so many levels .”

“This carousel of photos: a masterpiece,” commented another follower.

A third added: “We love a lyrical queen .”

Ashley Graham takes a selfie.
The model stunned in a selfie before hitting the streets of NYC.

Graham is no stranger to celebrating her curves on social media.

After giving birth to twin sons with husband Justin Ervin in January, the author of “A New Model” showed off her changing body and stretch marks in a colorful corset.

Fans at the time cheered Graham for her realistic posts, saying she gave them “so much confidence” in their own bodies.

Ashley Graham in a red dress on a red carpet.
The model shared the fun snaps to her 18.8 million Instagram followers.
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The mother of three, who also shares 2-year-old son Isaac with Ervin, has been candid about the importance of showing her unaltered body on the internet. Between dancing online in her underwear and sharing close-ups of her stretch marks, her goal is to remind women that their bodies are powerful.

“When I look at my new stretch marks and the changes my body has gone through, it reminds me that as women, we are all superheroes,” she told Elle in August 2020.

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