Prinsloo wardrobe malfunction

Prinsloo Wardrobe Malfunction: Behati Prinsloo Flashes Derriere On Paris Red Carpet

Behati Prinsloo suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the Tommy Hilfiger boutique opening in Paris, France, on Tuesday. According to Mail Online, Prinsloo’s dress went up, thanks to a gust of wind, and her bare rear was exposed for all to see. The Victoria’s Secret model was sans-husband (Maroon 5’s Adam Levine) at the event, and apparently sans-underwear too.

“The pleated number fell just above the knee and featured an elegant neckline. Behati set off the look with a pair of simple stilettos and went for a barely-there beauty look, with just a hint of blusher and lipstick,” reports Mail Online.

Prinsloo had a wardrobe malfunction after the Oscars this year too. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Prinsloo was on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair after-party when the top of her dress slipped, exposing her nipple. Embarrassing as it may be, Prinsloo laughed off the slip, and quickly covered up. Her husband offered his arm to try to cover his wife’s chest, but everything happened quickly, and Behati recovered, smiling throughout.

As for her latest wardrobe oops, Prinsloo did not even seem to notice. According to E! News, Prinsloo continued to pose for photos, seemingly unaware that her derriere was on full display behind her… and yes, there are (obviously NSFW) pictures to prove it.

Prinsloo doesn’t seem to let a wardrobe malfunction bring her down. While she hasn’t commented on her most recent red carpet moment, she did make light of her previous nip slip. Not long after it happened, Behati took to social media with the following message, clearly having a good laugh over the incident.

“This dress wanted to come off haha thanks @calvinklein for another beautiful moment.”

This probably won’t be Behati Prinsloo’s last wardrobe malfunction, either. However, she seems to be completely comfortable in her skin, and doesn’t let stuff like this really bring her down. Of course, the internet isn’t really complaining either. Many would love for her husband to have a wardrobe malfunction of his own… but his outfits are far less risque.

[Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images]

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