'Maxim' Model Chase Carter Shows Off Killer Body In Tiny White Bikini

Chase Carter took to Instagram earlier this week to post a snapshot of herself in a tiny bikini, and her followers are amazed by her insane body.

The Maxim cover girl posed indoors in front of a full-length mirror as she held her phone in front of her face to snap the selfie. Carter posed with one leg slightly in front of the other, showing off her slender frame and her enviable thigh gap. The Bahamian model arched her torso slightly to one side while keeping her arm next to her body. She looked into her phone with serious eyes as her lips were pursed in a focused manner. Carter didn't include a geotag with her post, but she hinted in the caption that she was at a friend's house.

Carter — who was featured on the November/December 2018 issue of Maxim rocked a two-piece bathing suit in a bright white shade that made her sun-kissed skin stand out. On her upper body, she rocked a classic triangle top with thin straps that went over her shoulders. The bikini top featured small triangles that allowed a bit of her cleavage to be featured.

The former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model teamed her top with matching bikini bottoms that also boasted thin straps that sat nearly to waist level, leaving her slender hips exposed. Carter didn't include a tag to indicate which brand's collection her swimsuit came from.

Carter wore her blond hair pulled up in a tight bun. The model wore very little makeup, embracing her natural traits and beauty.

The post proved to be popular with her followers. Since going live, the photo garnered more than 20,400 likes and upwards of 140 comments. Instagram users took to the comments section to rave about her beauty, showering her with compliments and emoji.

"Why you so perfect tho," one fan wrote, trailing the words with a few heart-eyes emoji.

"You look amazing," replied another Instagram user, who added a fire emoji.

"You look fantastic!!!!" a third follower chimed in.

In the accompanying interview with Maxim, Carter explained that she had been at the airport in Sydney, Australia, talking on the phone with a friend in the Bahamas about what she had missed in school when an agent approached her about modeling.

"I guess I was talking a lot about the Bahamas in the conversation, and this agent-looking woman came up to me and said, 'I have a model shooting in the Bahamas. Are you on the same shoot?'" she told the magazine.