Ireland Baldwin leaves almost nothing to the imagination as she showcases her jaw-dropping figure in sizzling nude snaps
She is the daughter of Hollywood legends Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger.
And Ireland Baldwin set pulses racing as she shared a series of nude snaps to her Instagram on Tuesday.
The model, 25, looked radiant as ever as she showcased her incredible figure in the sizzling post, wearing nothing but a pair of thigh-high black boots.
Wow: Ireland Baldwin set pulses racing as she shared a series of nude snaps to her Instagram on Tuesday
In one snap, Ireland displayed her natural beauty as she fixed the camera with a sultry stare in a breathtaking selfie.
In another shot, the actress showed off her footwear as she posed on a stool while covering her chest with her arms.
Ireland left little to the imagination in another shot where she was seen walking up her staircase naked, showing her pert posterior to the camera.
The star captioned her raunchy post with: ‘Thigh highs make my skin glow’.
Breathtaking: In one snap, Ireland displayed her natural beauty as she fixed the camera with a sultry stare in a breathtaking selfie
The post comes after Ireland issued an apology after appearing to conflate the term ‘Latinx’ with her stepmother Hilaria’s Spanish heritage scandal.
Originally, it had been claimed that Hilaria Baldwin was born in Spain, which would have made her Hispanic, not Latinx, which refers to those of Latin American origin.
Ireland appeared to confuse the term when she posted a statement about her stepmother’s controversy reading, ‘I simply want to say this and then nothing more. I am fully supportive of any individual of the Latinx community. I will continue to listen and learn.’
The mistake was brought to Ireland’s attention by a Latina woman, who explained why using the term Latinx was inaccurate in the case of her stepmother.
Sizzling: Ireland left little to the imagination in another shot where she was seen walking up her staircase naked,showing her pert posterior to the camera
‘Hope you’re well. As a Latina myself, all I want to say: 1) thanks for this. your empathy and openness to listen is appreciated. 2) friendly FYI – Spain is not geographically located in Latin America,’ wrote the woman on Instagram direct message.
‘So people from Spain are only labeled as Spanish, Spaniards, or as Hispanic. Hispanic = person from a predominantly Spanish language speaking country. Where Latinx means = person from a country in Latin America.
‘That is why people from Spain are not labeled as Latinx because Spain is in Europe, not Latin America.’
Ireland was receptive to the feedback, writing over a screenshot of the exchange: ‘Really appreciate Instagram friends who reach out and correct me and give me opportunities to learn. I am here to listen!’
Ireland also appeared to distance herself from her stepmother’s heritage controversy in a lengthy statement she posted to Instagram on Tuesday.
‘I am here to listen!’ Ireland recently posted a screenshot she received from a follower who corrected her on how to use the term Latinx
‘Like I mentioned yesterday, I do love my step mom very much. I think she’s a strong, kind, and a caring human being. Without saying anything further on all of this, I think it is her business and not my own to discuss her family background and answer your questions,’ Ireland said in a lengthy statement posted to Instagram.
She also thanked those who pointed out she had incorrectly referred to Hilaria, whose Spanish heritage is under question, as part of the Latinx community.
‘I really appreciate the Instagram friends in my DMs who have been very open and honestly having discussions about cultural appropriation, the right terms to address their communities, and sharing with me ways that I can do better,’ she wrote.
Hilaria’s heritage scandal erupted in December after claims that she had spent years misrepresenting her heritage went viral on Twitter, alongside a string of videos presented as evidence that her Spanish accent isn’t real.
‘I think it is her business’: Ireland appeared to distance herself from her stepmother Hilaria Baldwin’s heritage controversy as she issued an apology to those grappling with ‘any kind of hurt’
Several former classmates came forward to confirm that Hilaria was in fact raised in Weston, Massachusetts, by professor parents without a hint of a foreign accent.
The influencer was forced to issue the rambling seven-minute video Sunday amid an online frenzy days after a woman tweeted: ‘You have to admire Hilaria Baldwin’s commitment to her decade long grift where she impersonates a Spanish person.’
In the next few days, several videos of Hilaria’s past TV appearances resurfaced showing her commitment to a Spanish accent, including one where she appeared to forget the English word for ‘cucumber’.
In past interviews, Hilaria said she was born in Spain and raised in Boston, but also claimed she had come to the United States to attend NYU at age 19.
Hilaria confessed she was indeed born in Boston in a recent seven-minute long video, where she said she is a ‘white girl.’
Setting the record straight: Ireland clarified her earlier comments in a lengthy statement posted to Instagram
Reaching out: The model also issued an apology to those grappling with ‘any kind of hurt’ during these trying times
‘Let’s be very clear that Europe has a lot of white people in there and my family is white. Ethnically, I am a mix of many, many, many things. Culturally, I grew up with two cultures so it’s really as simple as that.’
In the video, Hilaria said that she spent ‘some of’ her childhood in Spain and ‘some’ of it in Massachusetts, where she was born. She maintained that her entire family lives in Spain now.
‘There was a lot of back and forth my entire life,’ the Mom Brain podcaster explained.
‘And I’m really lucky that I grew up speaking two different languages and I’m trying to raise my kids, so they speak two languages too. And that’s something very important to me especially having my family abroad.’
Hilaria added: ‘Yeah I’m a different kind of Bostonian but that’s who I am, and you kind of can’t change your background – nor would I want to – I’m really, really proud of who I am.’
Clearing things up: Hilaria Baldwin admitted she was born in Boston and not Spain in a recent seven-minute long video
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