Emily Ratajkowski shared several new photos to Instagram on Tuesday from her beach vacation as she celebrates turning 30.
The Inamorata bikini and lingerie designer looked stunning in a colorful, embellished Versace dress as she sat by a swimming pool with a glass of champagne in her hand.
This comes the day after the I Feel Pretty star was trashed for holding her new baby Sylvester a certain way that did not seem to support the little one’s head.
Haute stuff: Emily Ratajkowski shared several new photos to Instagram on Tuesday from her beach vacation as she celebrates turning 30
Time for fun: The Inamorata bikini and lingerie designer looked stunning in a colorful, embellished Versace dress as she sat by a swimming pool with a glass of champagne
In the new images the DKNY model looked relaxed with her long brunette hair worn down over her bare shoulders and her makeup dewy. ‘Very happy bday girl,’ she wrote in her caption.
The designer dress was a showstopper with a low-cut neckline and a slender fit over the waist and hips. There were starfish embellishments all over the number in gold, green, blue, red and silver.
And there was a high slit on the gown that gave a good look at her toned legs.
Happy at last: In the new images the DKNY model looked relaxed with her long brunette hair worn down over her bare shoulders and her makeup dewy. ‘Very happy bday girl,’ she wrote in her caption
Incredible look: The designer dress was a showstopper with a low-cut neckline and a slender fit over the waist and hips. There were starfish embellishments all over the number in gold, green, blue, red and silver
Designer Donatella Versace commented on the post saying the actress was ‘breathtaking’ in her design. Emily reacted with, ‘This dress! Thank you Donatella.’
The star has snapped back to her model figure just months after welcoming Sylvester; the child was born on March 8.
On Monday Emily received fierce backlash by social media users after sharing a photo of herself carrying her three-month-old son – as some people suggest she is holding him like an ‘accessory.’
In a series of snaps, the model can be seen holding her infant son, Sylvester – with the pair wearing matching swimsuits – while on holiday.
Though Emily turned off Instagram comments, critics flocked to Twitter to slam the way she was holding her baby boy, with users insisting he didn’t have any neck support.
The photos show the new mom carrying her son with one arm and holding him on the side of her body to show off her vibrant blue and orange string bikini from her Inamorata line.
Just a lazy day at the beach: The siren was also seen on the sand as she posed during a video
Little Sylvester wore a pair of matching swim trunks, possibly signifying that the model has a baby line was in the works.
‘Bday eve with the dream vacation partner,’ she captioned the image.
In a few of the snapshots, she is holding Sylvester to her chest with one arm while posing for the camera. The little boy’s head is lobbed to the side and his feet are dangling. Other pictures show her adjusting Sylvester in her arms and cuddling him close.
One Twitter user shared a side-by-side photo of Emily carrying her child next to a snapshot of her carrying a dog, asking: ‘Why does she hold small helpless beings like a textbook?’
The tweet has racked up more than 140,000 likes in less than 24 hours and nearly 9,000 retweets.
Shamed for this: This comes the day after the I Feel Pretty star was trashed for holding her new baby Sylvester a certain way that did not seem to support the little one’s head
‘NO neck support lmfaooo wtf,’ one person wrote, ‘How can a mother hold her baby like that wtf,’ another critic asked. Some users suggested she was holding her baby like an ‘accessory.’ ‘It’s like she uses them as accessories,’ one Twitter user insisted. ‘She’s holding them like an accessory, glad I’m not the only [one] who thought it was strange…’ someone else agreed.
Emily first revealed she was pregnant by her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard with a Vogue article. ‘Sylvester Apollo Bear has joined us earth side,’ she captioned a post announcing his birth. ‘Sly arrived 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful, and love-filled morning of my life.’
The Inamorata designer shared a few intimate photos when she was in the throws of labor with her little one. ‘In between pushes/first moments with Sly. Life!,’ she captioned a series of prints posted last month.
Mermaid vibes: She flaunted her incredible figure in a yellow beaded bikini with an orange skirt over the weekend
In May Ratajkowski said she is ‘always breastfeeding’ her baby. The We Are Your Friends hitmaker welcomed her child into the world six weeks ago and she joked about the demands of motherhood as she shared a snap on social media.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘If it seems like I’m always breastfeeding it’s because I am.’
Emily recently revealed she ‘never really understood’ what it was like to make a family before she fell pregnant, and insisted she felt ‘really lucky’ to be expecting a baby.
She said: ‘I’ve never really understood what it would be like to make a family and growing a family is an amazing eye opening experience and I feel really lucky.
‘I don’t know what motherhood is going to be like of course because this is my first time and everyone has such different experiences and perspectives. So, the best thing to do is just trust in the process and take each day at a time and then see where this ride takes me.’
However, Emily also previously admitted she was finding pregnancy ‘lonely’.
She explained: ‘My husband likes to say that “we’re pregnant.” I tell him that while the sentiment is sweet, it’s not entirely true. I resent that his entire family’s DNA is inside of me but that my DNA is not inside him. ‘It just seems unfair,’ I say, and we both laugh. It’s kind of a joke, but there is truth behind it. Pregnancy is innately lonely; it’s something a woman does by herself, inside her body, no matter what her circumstances may be. Despite having a loving partner and many female friends ready to share the gritty details of their pregnancies, I am ultimately alone with my body in this experience.’