Emily Ratajkowski showed off her incredibly tight abs in two new snaps she shared on her Instagram page on Wednesday.
In the caption of her article, the 30-year-old model, who gave birth to her first child Sylvester in March, lashed out at body-shamers who she says react negatively to her photos.
‘CFDA! thanks @miumiu and congratulations @ninagarcia (I almost didn’t post this because I knew the controversy it would spark but hey it’s my body and I’m not going to lean into shame! God bless you!), ‘Emily wrote.
Toned up: Emily Ratajkowski put her incredibly tight abs on full display in two new snaps she shared on her Instagram page on Wednesday. Seen in November 2021
In the footage, the Gone Girl star was seen attending the 2021 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Awards in New York City on November 10.
Her very toned tummy was the center of her look as she had strong abs, which is impressive considering she welcomed a baby just eight months ago.
Emily donned a two-tone gray ribbed cropped sweater with a zippered bodice.
The queen of the catwalks wore a light blue collared shirt under the sweater. She wore a navy blue pleated midi skirt and a black belt which she wore low on her hips.
Defiant: In the caption of her post, the 30-year-old model, who gave birth to her first child Sylvester in March, took aim at body-shamers who she said would react negatively to her photos
Beige underwear with the Miu Miu logo pops out above the waistband of the catwalk star’s skirt.
Emily completed her ensemble with black and white patent leather stilettos, a quilted black leather clutch and sheer black stockings.
The brunette beauty wore her long locks in loose waves and her makeup included a pink blush and nude lipstick.
Fashionista: In the images, the Gone Girl star was seen competing in the 2021 Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Awards in New York City on November 10
All the pieces of Emily’s outfit were by Miu Miu. Ratajkowski walked the runway for the famous Italian fashion house during Paris Fashion Week in 2016.
At the CFDA Awards, Emily presented the Media Award to Project Runway host and ELLE editor Nina Garcia.
Meanwhile, Emily’s new essay book My Body has officially become a bestseller.
Ratajkowski has been very candid in her memoir about recovering her body after starting her modeling career as a teenager.
Luxe: All the pieces of Emily’s outfit were by Miu Miu. Ratajkowski walked the runway for the famous Italian fashion house during Paris Fashion Week in 2016
During a press appearance last week, the new mom said she would be “horrified” by another teenager doing the same type of photoshoots she did at the start of her career.
The model opened up about her first topless shoot when she was only 17, and although she found it “validating” at the time, she knows she would feel very different now to see someone. have the same experience.
“I think I had no idea what was going on other than that it validated, and I really felt validated for the older men who ran a magazine to say, ‘You are hot,’ she said. stated during the Changes with Annie Macmanus podcast.
“It was really good to have that. At the time, that’s all I was focusing on. Now, looking back, I’m like, “Wow!” She added.
Her story: In My Body, Emily speaks candidly about being sexually objectified and having her body exploited from a young age
“I was a kid, I can actually visualize that specific image in my mind and I think if I saw a 17 year old this way now I would be horrified because I can recognize how young I was. .
“Back then, it was really powerful and cool. I think there were things going on beneath the surface that I wasn’t even aware of, and that was, I was learning to value very much that I could be desirable to men.
Meanwhile, Emily also opened up about her experience during puberty, as she started to develop when she was young and had to deal with conflicting emotions at the same time.
She added: “I think since, like, [age] From 10 to 12 years old, I started to feel it at school with other children, with breasts and hair under their arms – it was very scary.
Reflection: During a press appearance last week, the new mom said she would be “horrified” by another teenager doing the same type of photoshoots she did early in her career
“It was exciting because the boys took care of me, but they also made fun of me because I had armpit hair.”
One of the most explosive allegations in her book was that singer Robin Thicke groped her on the set of her music video Blurred Lines, which propelled her to stardom overnight with 721 million views on YouTube. .
She wrote in My Body: “Suddenly out of nowhere I felt the coolness and strangeness of a stranger’s hands enveloping my bare breasts from behind,
“I instinctively walked away looking at Robin Thicke. He smirked awkwardly and stumbled back, his eyes obscured by sunglasses.
“I had no real power as a naked girl dancing in her music video. I was nothing more than a hired model.
Shocking: One of the most explosive allegations in her book was that singer Robin Thicke groped her on the set of her music video Blurred Lines, which propelled her to stardom overnight with 721 million views on Youtube.
She told the Millennial Love podcast of the incident: “I think if I had actually switched to set and finished filming, or whatever, I called my agent, I was really an insignificant and unknown role model at the time.
“I don’t think anything would have happened except that I wouldn’t have had the career I made, which is just a harsh reality. But it’s the truth.
Speaking about the alleged incident on the podcast, Emily said, “It was a very embarrassing and humiliating moment for me, but I really never thought about it and considered it insignificant.
‘I think a part of me that I didn’t even really write about was also like’ sure it happened, it was that guy ‘. He was drunk on the set.
She wrote in My Body: “Suddenly out of nowhere I felt the coolness and weirdness of a stranger’s hands enveloping my bare breasts from behind, I instinctively pulled away, looking at Robin Thicke. He smirked awkwardly and stumbled back, his eyes obscured by sunglasses. I had no real power as a naked girl dancing in her music video. I was nothing more than a hired model.
She continued, “And why I point out the embarrassment it shows for me, not for him, I felt like it was very embarrassing for me, which I am writing about because it was so clear then. that I was just kind of this hired model whose body was being used, like these men wanted to use it.
“I always had this weird feeling when people told me about the video and Robin Thicke and I thought ‘oh it’s just because it’s like when someone writes a one-hit wonder or their first big. escape song and they’re sick of talking about the thing they’re known for ‘and it wasn’t until five years after the video that I allowed myself to have this memory and recognized it as real . ‘
She reflected, “There’s a part of me that feels embarrassed even talking about it because you don’t want to be the type of person – and I use that language.
“I don’t think that’s correct but that’s how I feel – that is, you don’t want to be the type of person who can be a ‘victim’, who can be hurt or who there is any kind of power that is used over you or that you have no authority over your body. ‘