She is a successful model who often sets pulses racing with her sultry snaps.
So Lottie Moss didn’t let the England lockdown stop her from doing her thing as she posed for a series of sultry snaps outside on Friday evening.
The model, 22, looked radiant in form-fitting black skinny jeans, paired with a black T-shirt with a cut-out tie back.
Chic: Lottie Moss donned a stylish all-black ensemble as she posed for a series of outdoor snaps, shared on her Instagram page on Friday evening
The bombshell dressed up her attire with a pair of patent knee high heeled boots as she crouched on the pavement to strike a pose for the pictures.
In one sultry snap, she pushed her golden locks away from her face as she peered over her shoulder at the camera, highlighting her taut midriff.
Lottie, who is the younger sister of Kate Moss, let her blonde tresses fall naturally over her shoulders and opted for a high-coverage make-up look with sparkling winged eyeliner.
She accessorised her simple, yet elegant, outfit with chunky silver earrings and flaunted her Hello Kitty tattoo, inked on the inside of her upper left arm, in the snaps.
Sultry: The model, 22, looked radiant in form-fitting black skinny jeans, paired with a co-ordinated black t-shirt with a cut-out tie back
One light-hearted snap saw an ecstatic Lottie breaking her high-glamour poses, instead laughing and pointing into the distance.
Explaining her sheer delight in the caption, she said that she had ‘spotted a fox’ while snapping the evening photographs.
She penned: ‘I spotted a fox in the last pic and the happiness on my face says it all.’
The post comes after the social media sensation took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to discuss her ADHD diagnosis in a bid to help others, claiming that having the disorder can ‘lead to substance abuse’.
She said: ‘I was diagnosed with ADHD this year and knowing about it and being on right medication has changed my life and it could save someone else’s.
‘There’s a lot of anxiety, depression and substance abuse that comes with having ADHD, just as a result of not knowing you have it or being misdiagnosed.
‘So if you are anyone you know might have ADHD and you just have a hunch, or you just want to know more about it, please google it and go to a doctor, find out more because it can be really serious.’
Foxy! One light-hearted picture saw an ecstatic Lottie breaking her high-glamour poses, instead laughing and pointing into the distance as she ‘spotted a fox’
ADHD affects around five per cent of children in the US. Some 3.6 per cent of boys and 0.85 per cent of girls suffer in the UK.
Back in July, the Calvin Klein model revealed she had to deal with ‘so many people thinking it’s some made-up thing’.
She explained that people had tried to tell her that ADHD ‘it isn’t that bad, especially people that haven’t ever had a mental illness’.
Lottie told her 319,000 followers at the time: ‘My struggles have caused me to act out of character. I was becoming a person I didn’t really like which is why I numbed myself with substances.’
Trying to help others: Lottie discussed her ADHD diagnosis on Instagram Stories on Monday and revealed the disorder can lead to ‘substance abuse’