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Ireland Baldwin goes nude for titillating shoot

Published 04/08/2016

Ireland Baldwin
Ireland Baldwin

The young beauty isn't afraid to show off her figure.

Kim Basinger's 20-year-old daughter is following in the actress' footsteps by posing for her first nude shoot.

Ireland Baldwin, whose father is actor Alec Baldwin, has stripped off for treats! magazine spread which is sure to titillate fans.

In behind-the-scenes video footage of the shoot, obtained by TMZ.com, the young model/actress is featured with bright red lipstick, wearing a chartreuse one-piece swimsuit, which is pulled down to reveal her bare breasts, as she poses in a pool. In another set-up, she stands tall, with her outstretched arm pressed against a wall, wearing nothing but silver glitter high heels, a silver sequinned collar and matching cuffs.

In other shots, Ireland reclines poolside completely naked, except for her silver pumps, bedazzled sunglasses, and chunky jewellery, while she also lies back in a swimming pool, with her legs crossed, wearing a white mesh top which exposes her breasts, as she splashes water on herself.

While the treats! shoot is her first nude pictorial, Ireland is no stranger to showing off her figure in sexy images on social media, where she has left little to the imagination in barely-there bikini and lingerie snaps.

The beauty, who is signed to DT Model Management, isn't the first in her family to disrobe for the camera - her mother Kim famously let it all hang out for Playboy magazine back in 1983, when she was 29-years-old and preparing for her big acting break as a Bond girl in Never Say Never Again opposite Sean Connery.

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