Anastasia Ashley is both a gifted surfer and a model, two skill sets that she often shares with her Instagram fans. Late on Sunday, the 32-year-old brunette bombshell took to the popular social media platform to offer up a couple of sizzling snapshots of herself in skimpy underwear.
In the post in question, the California native is standing in front of a bathroom counter. Her back is slightly turned toward the camera lens as she rocks a black lace thong that puts her booty on full display. She teams her underwear with a matching black bra — one with lace details and thin straps that tie behind the model’s neck.
Ashley is holding an electric trimmer in her right hand while she stands in front of a myriad of products from Manscaped, a brand that specializes in “below-the-belt grooming and hygiene,” as its Instagram page describes. In the first photo of the series, Ashley is looking over her shoulder with a serious gaze, her lips slightly parted in a seductive way. In the second snapshot, her face is turned forward, completely hidden from the camera. This latter shot focuses on her back, putting her booty in a position of prominence.
Ashley is wearing her ombre hair in a middle part, styled down large, loose waves that cascade onto her back. While it is hard to say for sure, she appears to be wearing little to no makeup, embracing a more natural look.
The post, which Ashley shared with her 1 million-plus Instagram followers, garnered more than 31,000 likes and over 330 comments within a matter of hours. Fans of the pro surfer and model took to the comments section to praise her body and physique.
“You look so beautiful,” one user wrote.
“You are a perfect 10,” another one chimed in, adding a red heart emoji to cap off their comment.
In a 2016 interview with GQ, Ashley opened up about her personal life, adding that she was raised between Oahu and Orange County as a child. She also stated that she had traveled around the world from the tender age of 10. She also discussed her social media persona, opening up about what offends her and what doesn’t — and whether or not she reads the comments section.
“I’m a human and have feelings, so I don’t get offended ever at people judging me for my looks. The ones about my surfing ability — those are the ones I get more sensitive about,” she told GQ.