Curve babe slips into seriously slinky bikini to show off ‘beautiful belly’

Summer is in full swing, and one woman is here to remind us that every body is a bikini body.

Ariella Nyssa is a body positive influencer who's known for sharing self-love advice with her over 740,000 Instagram followers.

In a recent post, she embraced her bod to the max as she showed it off in a teeny bikini, and fans dubbed her tummy "cute".

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The blonde beauty shared some snaps of herself wearing a teeny white bikini, and she looked amazing.

She showed off her curves to the max as she stood in front of a mirror and put her tummy and cellulite on full display for everyone to see.

Pairing the beachwear with a denim bucket hat, she looked ready to strut her stuff with confidence.

Ariella shared the pictures alongside the caption "Hi again Ibiza" as she smiled for the camera.

It looks like she's making the most of her time in the sun, as she's been pictured hitting the beach a lot, and looks super tanned in her stunning snaps.

The body positive babe is known for flaunting her natural bod on social media, and people love how she embraces her curves.

So far over 8,000 people have liked the post, and social media users have dubbed Ariella "naturally gorgeous".

One person said: "I love your belly, it’s so cute."

Another added: "Thanks for being you."

A third wrote: "Perfection."

Meanwhile, a fourth commented: "That's a beautiful belly!"

Ariella is known for celebrating self-love, but she confessed she used to struggle with body image.

Last month she admitted there was a time when she'd "pick apart her rolls", and she's had to work hard to accept her body.

Writing on Instagram at the time, Ariella said: "Old me would have picked these photos apart. Put them in my trash album and removed them from existence.

"I would have picked apart my rolls, my belly, my hips and how my legs looked.

"How I didn’t look like everyone else. I didn’t have the 'dream body' that everyone wanted. That the magazines talked about.

"But I realised I would never have that. And I never should change myself for anyone. I was born into this body.

"This body has carried me through every experience and moment of my life so far.

"The things I used to see as 'flaws' are now my super power because I see them for what they are. BEAUTIFUL."

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