Steve Irwins niece Rebecca Lobie wows as she shows off curves in plunging top
Rebecca Lobie is no stranger to a sexy snap and today she showed off her cleavage in a busty photo that left little to the imagination.
The 33-year-old is the ‘hot niece’ of late Wildlife Warrior Steve Irwin and estranged cousin of Bindi Irwin and regularly posts stunning pics to social media.
She took to Instagram to share the snap of her perched on a bar stool and clutching a drink in her hand.
She donned a fitted olive green top with a zipper down the front, which she had unzipped all the way to her navel, with the open shirt barely containing her ample assets.
Rebecca matched the revealing top with a pair of tight white jeans that hugged her curves and finished the look with a pair of platform high heels.
The mother-of-two wore her platinum blonde tresses in soft curls and let them cascade down her shoulders.
She donned a full face of glam makeup complete with a smoky eye look and fluttery false lashes, as she accessorised with a series of rings.
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Captioning the gorgeous pic, she wrote: “Just getting started,” adding a kissing lips emoji.
Last week, Rebecca revealed that one of her goals is to pose for Playboy during an Instagram Stories Q&A with fans.
When asked whether she would “ever pose” for the lads' magazine, Rebecca said it would be an “amazing” opportunity should they ever ask her.
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“If they asked me, that would be amazing to be published by them,” the star revealed to her followers.
Rebecca previously joined adult subscription service OnlyFans back in July, before launching her own site, where she charges a small fee for exclusive X-rated content.
“I’m so excited to launch my unique content material right now! Can’t wait to attach with you all,” she said.
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