Instagram model struts around paradise island wearing tiny red Christmas bikini

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A stunning model has gone all festive with her latest photoshoot.

Jessica Rast has graced the front covers of many magazines, including Maxim Australia.

Now the bombshell caught the attention of fans when she dressed up as Mrs Father Christmas.

But she wasn't dressed typically like Mrs Claus as she donned a red bikini while living it up on a paradise island.

Fans couldn't believe their eyes when they saw Jessica's daring shoot with one asking "is that belly even real?"

The model appeared in the sexy Christmas look with an ultra slim waist.

And Jessica revealed she will wear the bold look during her festive dinner.

The model is known for her activism in defence of the Amazon.

And now she shared the special request she made to Santa Claus this year.

Jessica said: "I want people to be more aware and to stop destroying our environment."

Previously, the internet sensation told how she spent an eye-watering £32,000 on a certificate to prove her bum is real.

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The Canadian expressed her anger over the fact that people don't believe her booty is natural.

She revealed how she will do what it takes to prove it's real, even if it means forking a fortune on getting a certificate – and she did.

Now the model is paying £32,000 for a plastic surgeon to prove that her bum is actually real.

Speaking recently, she said: "Many people say that my butt is fake because it is so round and cheerful."

The stunner continued: "Honestly, these comments really get to me because I was accused of things that are not true.

"It really upsets me. My body is natural. I work a lot at the gym with my personal trainer."

Jessica credits her vegan diet and claims this helps her to maintain her shape.

She detailed: "I mainly eat a vegan diet, but occasionally, rarely, I also eat some seafood."

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