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Ashley Graham flaunts curves as she strips down to racy lingerie for steamy shoot
ASHLEY GRAHAM will no doubt set pulses racing as she showcases her famous curves in next month’s edition of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Shot by Ben Watts, the size sexy model dons a blue body suit and bold red lip on the cover of the glossy as she provocatively stares into the camera and holds onto her bra strap.
In the accompanying interview, the 28-year-old gets real about her experience as a curvy model in the fashion world and addresses her disappointment in Amy Schumer for slamming Glamour Magazine back in April for grouping her in with the “plus-size” community.
The model flaunted her hourglass figure in all of its glory for the raunchy photo shoot, which even saw the beauty seductively pull at her skimpy undergarments.
The 28-year-old pin-up – who refuses to be recognised by the term “plus-size” – posed in two sultry looks for the issue – and the provocative snaps will no doubt have copies flying off of stands.
The cover depicted Ashley in a navy satin bodysuit, which accentuated her ample bust with its built-in cups.
Ashley tugged on the strap of the undergarment as she gazed suggestively at the lens, her brunette locks cascading in sexy bed head waves down one side of her face.
A second shot showed the lingerie model standing in a plunging silk bra and tiny knickers, both of which are adorned with a pretty red rose motif.
Ashley flashed a glimpse of the small tattoo that is located across her pelvis as she teasingly lowered the top of her briefs.
Playing down the coquettish stance, the American stunner offered an innocent smile for the camera.
But despite the playful nature of the shots, Ashley wasn’t afraid to touch on more serious issues in her life as she opened up to the mag in an accompanying interview.
Speaking about her dark past, which saw her trapped in a relationship with an abusive alcoholic, she recounted: “He was abusive in more than one way… He threw a couch on me. He came home drunk. I was sitting on it, and he flipped it upside down.
“I remember my elbow being jammed but thinking, He didn’t hit me; he was just really angry, you know?
“You hear stories of women who say the exact same thing—I wasn’t showing up with bruises, he wasn’t beating me every day. Looking back, I should’ve left, but I was an insecure woman in a terrible relationship who did not know herself.”