Model Demi Rose Mawby is no stranger to filling her Instagram grid with smoking-H๏τ snaps.

It was business as usual for the 25-year-old social media influencer on Monday as she put on a eye-popping display wearing a barely-there ɴuᴅᴇ ʙικιɴι covered in jewels.

Smouldering for the camera, Demi left little to the imagination as she posed up a storm wearing a tiny beige bra that featured rhinestones all over the cups and a bejewelled design.

The flashy garment left barely anything to the imagination as it drew attention to the model’s voluptuous chest and exposed an ample amount of cleavag

She paired the top with a matching pair of bottoms that had no trouble flaunting her curvaceous hips and pert derriere.

The briefs also featured high-waisted side straps that called attention to her slim core.

The Brummy lᴀss had groomed her long brunette locks into effortless waves as she roughed up her tresses as she posed up a storm for the camera.

As always, her makeup was presented immaculately, including fluttery eyelashes with winged liner, blush-covered cheekbones and lashings of pink lip gloss on her plum pout.

Demi Rose is not one to shy away from the camera 

Unsurprisingly, Demi’s latest social media snap caught the attention of her 14.1 million followers.

Taking to the comment sections, one fan penned: “You’re looking unreal.”

A second gushed: “Amazingly amazing.”

A third added: “So beautiful.”

A fourth posted: “Wonderful body.”

The Instagram influencer has been sharing a series of saucy snaps during her time in lockdown

Demi who is ordinarily a jet-setter and also lives in LA had previously confessed to struggling with new ways of life during the coronavirus pandemic saying “this majorly f***ed us up”.

Thankfully, meditating has been her saving grace throughout, keeping her grounded and thankful for all that she does have.

The extra time during lockdown has provided Demi with more time to think about her parents who both died within just seven months of each other.

Barrie Mawby pᴀssed away in October 2018 following a battle with cancer and her beloved mother Christine Mawby died in June 2019.

She said: “I’ve had time to think about things I haven’t really got over, I’ve never really grieved.”