She’s been having the time of her life on holiday in Costa Rica.
And Demi Rose gave fans a glimpse into her travels as she shared a string of stunning Instagram snaps on Sunday.
The model, 25, showed off her ample behind as she sat on a rock in the middle of a flowing river.
Demi – who recently admitted that she ‘likes girls and boys’ – wore a black thong bikini that left her peachy bottom on full display.
Her long fiery red tresses were half swept up in a top knot, with the rest left to cascade down her back.
Demi appeared to go makeup free for the striking snaps, letting her natural beauty shine through.
Captioning the gorgeous shots, she wrote: ‘Nymph things’.
The snaps come after Demi spoke openly about her sexuality and her troubled childhood in a candid Instagram Q&A.
The model, who found fame when she was romantically linked to rapper Tyga, has not previously discussed her sexuality but admitted to her followers that she is open to dating women.
Asked ‘Boys, girls or both?’ by a follower, she responded: ‘I went through a phase of liking girls more than guys. Now I’m more into guys. It just depends.’
Detailing what she’s looking for in partner she went on to share that she’s on the hunt for someone ‘inspiring, honest, well put together, a deep soul that’s open minded, kind, ambitious and thoughtful’.
The glamour model also reflected on her tough bringing in a series of candid statements.
In 2020, Demi revealed in a tearful video that she had dealt ‘with abuse as a child’ but clarified in her latest post that it had been ‘parental abuse’ that she suffered.
She was asked by a fan ‘Growing up was it hard to be Demi Rose?’ to which she responded: ‘Growing up it was very hard getting bullied in school, having parental abuse, and then at the age of 17 becoming a full-time carer for my mother who had a heart attack, which caused a stroke and she became disabled, wheelchair bound.
‘She was disabled for seven years and then both of my parents then passed away four years ago.
‘I get misjudged a lot but honestly those who meet me say I’m the nicest and that warms my heart.
‘I’m grateful for all the bad because it made me who I am I now have so much empathy for going through what I have.’