Hannah Palmer Bends Over In Teenie Weenie Squeezy Bikini

Hannah Palmer smiling close up
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Hannah Palmer is stripped down to her "easy peasy lemon squeezy" bikini for a big bend-over to welcome the weekend. The Arizona-based Instagram bombshell and Maxim face was all curves for her 1.8 million followers on Friday, posting sun-drenched outdoor shots in skimpy swimwear and proving mighty popular as a result. Hannah, who made headlines this year for joining adult subscription site OnlyFans, was throwing out both sexy and sweet vibes, with the snaps also likely earning the blonde some cash. 

Not Her First Bikini

Hannah Palmer outdoors in bikini

Scroll for the photos. Hannah, who regularly appears in teenie bikinis as she promotes beverage Bang Energy, was in her element and posing on her knees and from a wicker egg chair in the Western heat - the stunner was smiling and looking chilled out, but she was making Instagram sweat.

Wearing only the tiniest of yellow string bikinis with a "patch-on" bottoms finish, Hannah stunned the 'Gram amid cushions, then making the platform swipe for a bend-over and better view of her killer cleavage.

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All bronzed skin and glowing cheeks, Hannah and her famous figure racked up over 48,000 likes in two hours. "Easy peezy lemon squeezy," Hannah captioned the shots. She threw in a lemon emoji and shout out to the swimwear brand being donned - in this case, Oh Polly. The label, also fronted by stars including 46-year-old former "Real Housewives of Miami" face Larsa Pippen, is likely paying Palmer for the name-drop - see how much she might have earned after the photos. 

What's The Pay?

Hannah didn't use a #ad, blurring the lines between casual brand shout-out and paid post. If she was paid, it was likely a decent sum, with earnings on Instagram correlating with following. Experts at Vox have offered potential pay figures.

"Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!"

See more photos below!

Beauty Goals

Hannah, who didn't win 2018's Maxim Cover Girl prize, did, however, reveal what she'd do with the $2,500 prize money. “My dream is to open up my own business in the beauty industry that helps homeless women and women in shelters feel beautiful again!"she said:

"Seeing somebody feel beautiful and confident again when the world keeps knocking them down is just so empowering. As women, I think this is one of the most amazing gifts we could give each other!”