Demi Rose flashes killer figure as she ditches top under tiny pinafore dress

Pretty Little Thing model Demi Rose almost caused an internet meltdown over the weekend, after she posted a series of sexy snaps wearing a short summer dress that gave fans a flash of her white frilled bra and perky behind.

Stepping outside to enjoy the weather, Demi, 26, wore a tight plunging pinafore styled dress, that gave her fans a glimpse of her voluptuous chest.

Giving off Audrey Hepburn vibes while she dined outdoors, the model styled her short hemmed dress with a pair of white framed cat eye sunglasses.

Wearing her make up light and natural, the brunette babe added white hair clips to the cute look.

But the steamy snaps didn't stop there, as Demi also showcased her peachy derrière to fans as she shared a picture of herself from behind that highlighted just how short her dress was.

Glimpsing over her shoulder for one of the smouldering shots, the online influencer flaunted her curves while standing outdoors.

Captioning the gorgeous snaps, Demi wrote: "Serving you cheeky."

Fans couldn't get enough of the extremely hot pics and went straight to the comments section to show their infatuation towards the star.

One fan adoring fan penned: "I would adore you princess."

While another said: "Wish I was there with you cheeky girl."

"I love you Demi. You're so frickin beautiful!!!" A third chimed.

Meanwhile other Demi supporters commented with fire emojis and love struck eyes.

Birmingham native Demi, who moved to the Ibiza last year during lockdown regularly keeps her Instagram followers happy by posting seductive shots and videos online.

The star currently has 16.4 million followers and is considered to be a popular influencer on the platform.

Talking about how she started on the social media site, Demi previously told Daily Mail: "I only ever got Instagram because someone made a fake profile of me on there with 3,000 followers and I was really envious.

"I was like, 'wow, how can someone using my pictures get that much?' And then I started an account and it went from there."

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