AceShowbiz - %cIreland Baldwin% is freeing the nipples again during her latest racy photo shoot. The 21-year-old model leaves nothing to the imagination as she goes braless while donning a series of skimpy outfits during the Malibu shoot.
In some of the shots obtained by TMZ, the 21-year-old model poses in the water wearing a ripped vest. She braves the autumnal waters, dipping her hair in the water. She puts one hand behind her head, revealing her tattooed arm.
She later changes into a sheer dress. The blonde beauty doesn't seem to have problem to go completely naked in public as she only covers her breasts with her hands or a towel during costume changes. She poses on the rocks and on the beach.
She also strips down to a white camisole and blue lacy panties, showing off her toned tummy. She shows off her pert derriere as she poses with her back facing the camera. She later lies on the beach while striking a seductive pose.
Ireland previously went completely naked in an Instagram photo. The daughter of %cKim Basinger% and %cAlec Baldwin% shares on the social media a photo of herself climbing the ladder to the ocean in her birthday suit without a stitch of clothes on.
The picture was taken during a swimsuit photo shoot in Jamaica. She also shared a photo of her rocking a black bikini, baring her cleavage. "In Jamaica sweating my spray tan off," so she wrote in the caption.
Ireland once also silenced body shamers who dubbed her "pale or not stick thin" by sharing a sexy lingerie photo. She stripped down to a beige bra and a pair of black panties in the sexy pic. "This is who I am, take it or leave," Ireland wrote in the caption. "I am not going to be body shamed for being pale or not stick thin. I'm not going to spend hours photo shopping my authenticity away. I'm not going to beat myself up for not looking like someone else. I'm not going to be told that I'm damaged goods because of my tattoos."
"Most days I'm self-conscious, but today I love every curve and edge," she added. "Your body should be treated with the dignity and respect it deserves."