Australian model Georgia Gibbs is sharing drop-dead gorgeous bikini photos with her 592,000 Instagram following as her boyfriend, Liverpool striker Danny Ings, signed with Southampton on a season-long loan ahead of a permanent move next year.
"Loved this day in LA!" reads a caption that accompanies her photo on a sunlit beach in a teasing outfit.
Georgia Gibbs apparently has a special liking for bikini snaps, and hardly any user could judge her for that.
"How many retweets for you to come with me to senior prom?" a cheeky user inquired under a jaw-dropping photo picturing Georgia lying in a hammock on a beach in Tulum, Mexico.
Some fans apparently get a little bit carried away. "Really sweet look i want to kiss you baby," a man wrote.
"Damn, black is my new favorite color," another user said.
The model's stunning looks have prompted ironic humor among some commenters. "Is it possible to donate abs? Desperate need."
Tulum you have been so beautiful, can’t wait to share the shots with you all, I’m officially in love with Mexico ✨ I spent my ‘lunch break’ in 40 degree heat, in one of my fav aussie brands @bambaswim, drank fresh juice & fell out of this hammock maybe 3 times.. check my story 😂🤸🏼♀️ Always grateful to live the life I do ✨ #HealthyModels
Gibbs was a contestant on Australia's Next Top Model beauty pageant and also made it to the final of Miss Universe Australia 2014.
What a difference a year can make.. ⚡️ This time last year at Miami Swim week, I was anxious, self conscious, caught up with ‘what people thought of me.’ A year on I’m 100% more confident, my body hasn’t changed because it never had anything to do with my body, it had to do with the way my mind viewed myself. Be kind to yourself, surround yourself with people that help you shine & BELIEVE in your abilities. Same body, fresh mind 🖤✨ #OwnIt @bobojam @yaersfashiontv
The 26-year-old Danny Ings scored only four goals in 25 games during his three-year spell at Anfield. His progress in Liverpool was stalled by two serious knee injuries. Now Ings is set to revitalize his career just where it all started for him — on the south coast, where he made his professional debut for Southampton's local rivals, Bournemouth, back in 2009.