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Actress Sets Internet On Fire, Poses Completely N*ked | Photos

Saturday, 22 July 2017

Popular American actress, Emily Ratajkowski has sent her fans into a tizzy by posing completely unclad for LOVE magazine.

According to The Sun UK, the model turned actress is known for showing off her incredible figure and left little to the imagination in this racy shoot.

The pictures were taken by fashion photographer Patrick Dermarchelier and Emily shared some censored versions of the snaps of her Instagram account.

One image shows the 26-year-old completely n*ked, showing her br**sts and parts of her lower body as she slightly leans forward while balancing herself on a table.

She covered her bosoms with two love hearts while LOVE magazine shared the completely uncensored image.

In the racy shots, the Gone Girl actress just wears some long earrings and sports a boyish wig with a fringe.

The next image sees her showing off her tiny waist as she leans forward and props herself up while leaning on the table.

Again, she used heart emojis to protect her modesty and some large letters of her name to conceal her nether regions.

The third shots sees her covered up in a leather cape and a black mesh top.

She captioned the snap: “Annnd all suited up! Thank you, what an absolute dream! @thelovemagazine @patrickdemarchelier @kegrand”.

Earlier this week, Emily opened up about baring her body in a chat with Allure magazine.

She said: “It really bothers me that people are so offended by br**sts.

“That’s when I realised how f–ked our culture is. When we see br**sts, we don’t think of beauty and femininity. We think of vulgar, oversexualized images.”

Her comments come after she made headlines recently by claiming she’s missed out on work because her br**sts are too big.

She told the August issue of Australia’s Harper’s Bazaar magazine: “There’s this thing that happens to me, ‘Oh, she’s too sexy.’ It’s like an anti-woman thing, that people don’t want to work with me because my b**bs are too big.

“What’s wrong with b**bs? They’re a beautiful feminine thing that needs to be celebrated. Like, who cares?

“They are great big, they are great small. Why should that be an issue?”

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