‘Thank you!’: Emily Ratajkowski sheds her clothing as she models new heart shaped pendant in the bath

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Emily Ratajkowski enjoyed a relaxing Friday evening alone in the bath, until of course she invited her entire Snapchat following in with her.

The 25-year-old blew the camera a kiss, and though the camera didn’t capture her entire figure, she appeared to be nude.

Blowing a kiss: Emily Ratajkowski enjoyed a relaxing Friday evening alone in the bath, until of course she invited her entire Snapchat following in with her

Her bathtub photo saw her with her hair pulled back behind her gold-rimmed spectacles. A filter popped glowing purple flowers onto her head.

She’d also got a second necklace on, as well as a pair of glinting earrings. ‘Thank you!’ she vamped to the camera, her voice filtered to sound high and nasal.

In fact, the previous post in her Snapchat story was a video that showed the selfsame necklace sat in its black box.

Trying it on for size: She was modelling a glimmering heart-shaped pendant she'd been gifted by the Los Angeles-based jeweller Carbon & Hyde

Trying it on for size: She was modelling a glimmering heart-shaped pendant she’d been gifted by the Los Angeles-based jeweller Carbon & Hyde

The lid sat next to the open container on a distressed wooden surface, the brand’s name scrawled across it. ‘Thanks Carbon & Hyde!’ read a caption.

London-born Ratajkowski cooed about how ‘pretty’ the jewellery was, her voice strained through the same filter that reappeared up in her bath video.

The actress, who’s often posted images of herself of the steamier variety, discussed online photos with Naomi Wolf in Harper’s Bazaar last year.

'Thanks Carbon & Hyde!': The previous post in her Snapchat story was a video that showed the selfsame necklace sat in its black box

‘Thanks Carbon & Hyde!’: The previous post in her Snapchat story was a video that showed the selfsame necklace sat in its black box

‘A selfie is a sort of interesting way to reclaim the gaze, right?’ said Ratajkowski. ‘You’re looking at yourself and taking a photo while looking at everyone.

She later addressed the response, saying: ‘When I post a selfie and someone comments, “Oh, sure, go ahead and reclaim your sexuality, I got my rocks off,” that’s not my problem.’

At another point in the interview, she’d also bewailed ‘this idea that if a man enjoys a photograph of a nude woman or if he likes your short skirt, he’s taking something away from you.’

The actress, who’s often posted images of herself of the steamier variety, discussed online photos with Naomi Wolf in Harper’s Bazaar last year, saying: ‘A selfie is a sort of interesting way to reclaim the gaze, right?’

She was modelling a glimmering heart-shaped pendant she’d been gifted by the Los Angeles-based jeweller Carbon & Hyde.

[Source:-mAIL oNLINE]