Ashley Graham poses naked in new Instagram photo: 'My booty's out'

Ashley Graham is showing off (almost) everything in her new Instagram post.

The model, 34, took to the social media platform on Thursday to share a series of photos of herself — which included a nude shot, snapped from behind. She borrowed from Vanessa Carlton’s 2002 hit “A Thousand Miles” for the caption, writing, “Making my way downtown, walking fast, faces pass, my booty’s out dun na na na na.”

Graham’s followers loved the post, with one writing, “Nice butt hun.” Another added, “Most beautiful and authentic person.”

The mom of three, who gave birth to her twin sons in January 2022 after welcoming her first son two years earlier, is no stranger to showing some skin on Instagram. In May, she posed naked on a Spanx billboard.

"My body has changed so much," she told People of the nude advertisement. "I have much more gratitude toward my body because of how much work it's been through, but it has definitely taken time to, you know, look at my new body, and my postpartum body, and recognize it again."

She also posed for Knix’s new inclusive lingerie campaign, and shared that she was part of finding real-world women to model alongside her.

Graham captioned her post about the campaign, "This is about more than just lingerie, it’s about making sure everyone feels good, sexy, beautiful‼️ it all started with the casting call that I posted on my story and asked, 'Why do you want to share your beauty with the world?⁠' We received soooooo many beautiful responses, it was almost impossible to choose only 5. But we did."

Graham is also using her body to fight against the pressure for people who gave birth to “bounce back” to their pre-baby bodies. In a June Instagram post featuring herself dancing around in Knix underwear, she wrote, “Posting this video for all the mamas who haven’t and may never 'bounce back' and for anyone who needs to be reminded that your body is beautiful in its realest form. this is my strong, five-month-postpartum-been-pregnant-for-two-years body. as it is. in hopes to further normalize ALL bodies in every and any stage of life.”

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