The reality TV star, known for her appearance on the show Love Island in 2021, has left her followers wowed with a series of stunning photos on Instagram. Liberty Poole treated them with a revealing red swimsuit that featured a plunging neckline and high-rise hips to show as much skin as possible.
Along the post, Liberty Poole, 23, confessed how her photos may have been retouched.
Liberty Poole displayed confidence as she donned the swimsuit that accentuated her curves. The low-cut neckline of the s*xy one-piece showcased her cleavage, while the daring high-rise hips drew attention to her curvy bottom. She also debuted her darkened locks, with bouncy brunette curls and lightened strands framing her face.
In a candid caption, Liberty admitted that she was tempted to edit the picture to enhance her br**sts and shrink her bloating.
However, the reality personality ultimately decided against it, opting to embrace her natural body and challenge societal beauty standards. Her words read: ‘Curvy and proud!! I was tempted to lift my natural boobs in this picture so they looked “perfect” shrink the bloating, but no, this is me. So why would I, this is real and this is a normal body despite what beauty standards say just be you.’
In December, the beauty made a bold change by switching her blonde locks for brunette. Liberty shared a video on Instagram to showcase the darker tresses styled in luxurious, loose waves. And her flawless makeup and accessorizing with small gold hoop earrings added to the stunning look. She also flaunted her toned figure in a beige ribbed crop top and matching mini skirt.
The post at the time was captioned: “Seasons are changing, and so is the hair. Get ready for 2023.”
The former Dancing on Ice star also hinted at further changes on her Instagram Story, mentioning that she “might have done something.” Liberty shared a transformation video where she played with short blonde tresses while posing in a bathroom wearing a chic khaki leather blazer. She wrote, ‘This is your sign to go from blonde to bronde for winter. I say winter I think I’m keeping this forever.’