The Real Housewives of Miami alum Joanna Krupa showed off her enviable curves in a slightly-NSFW video, posted to Instagram Thursday.
The short clip shows Krupa, 37, posed in the buff on a Miami, Florida, balcony, which overlooks the beach.
Krupa’s hair was pulled up into curlers, and she stared intently at the waves while Rihanna and Calvin Harris’ hot collaboration, “This is What You Came For,” played.
“Enjoying the view during my Cover shoot w @alessandrafioriniphotography and @nadjaatwal w @tonyyateshairface,” she teased. “Using @body_blendz new body oil.”
Krupa, who was photographed by Brazilian photographer Alessandra Fiorini, added the hashtags, “#loveyourself #fitness #confidence #saynotohate #allnatural #joannakrupa #nude #nofilterneeded.”
The naked beauty is facing sideways on to the camera with her hair styled in huge curls and wearing full make-up.
‘Enjoying the view during my cover shoot,’ she captioned the clip.
The Real Housewives Of Miami alum was joined on the beach by her husband, nightclub owner Romain Zago, 43, whom she wed in 2013 following a three-year engagement.
Enjoying the view during my Cover shoot w @alessandrafioriniphotography and @nadjaatwal w @tonyyateshairface. Using @body_blendz new body oil. #loveyourself #fitness #confidence #saynotohate #allnatural #joannakrupa #nude #nofilterneeded ?
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And her hubby seemed to enjoy himself as he helpfully rubbed suntan lotion onto his beautiful wife’s pert derriere.
The Polish born model wore a blue Beach Bunny bikini that featured a fixed triangle top with multi-color beaded straps across the bust, while the skimpy bottoms also had multi-color beaded hip straps.
The saucy clip comes just a few days after Krupa showed off her bum in a selfie shared to social media.
The reality star isn’t shy about showing off her body — she previously stripped down to her underwear to raise awareness for her her nonprofit Angels for Animal Rescue. A longtime animal activist, Krupa also posed only in body paint for a 2015 PETA ad.