Irish Victoria's Secret model and Miley Cyrus ex Stella Maxwell bares all in risqué Instagram post
Published 07/01/2016 | 13:24
Victoria's Secret Belfast model and rumoured one-time girlfriend of pop star Miley Cyrus, Stella Maxwell has bared all in a revealing instagram post.
The 24-year-old stripped off to show her cheeky side, posing provocatively in front of the American flag in a messy apartment on the social network site.
Quoting former Vogue editor-in-chief Stella Vreeland, Stella told her 1.4million followers, "You gotta have style."
"It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning. It’s a way of life. Without it, you’re nobody. I’m not talking about lots of clothes.”
The model debuted her Angel wings - a career high for any model - at the Victoria's Secret annual fashion extravaganza in the US last November.
Previously she has worked on projects for Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and Moschino, among others.
Last year she was rumoured to be dating pop star Miley Cyrus, but the Wrecking Ball singer denied the relationship in glossy magazine interviews.
The daughter of Northern Ireland diplomat Maurice Maxwell and Stella Maynes had been pictured with Cyrus a short time after the young entertainer said her sexual preferences were not limited with regard to biological sex or gender identity.
"I'm very open about it - I'm pansexual," Cyrus told Elle UK.
"But I'm not in a relationship. I'm 22, I'm going on dates, but I change my style every two weeks, let alone who I'm with," she reportedly said.
Cyrus has reportedly rekindled her romance with former fiance Liam Hemsworth.
Stella Maxwell has strong connections with Northern Ireland. She was reportedly born in Belgium and has spent most of her life abroad.
She began her modelling career while studying as a student in New Zealand.
Her father Maurice, a graduate of Queen's University, Belfast, worked for the European Commission and spent many years in Brussels.
Mr Maxwell's most recent appointment before retiring in 2012 was as head of the European Commission's office in Belfast.