“Oh no, she didn’t just post a photo of herself in her underwear,” Donna D’Errico wrote in her caption with the hashtag #OhYesIDid
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: ‘Baywatch’ star Donna D’Errico couldn’t help but share another bikini photo that shows off her toned physique. D’Errico uploaded a photo of herself looking stunning as always while wearing blue and white lace lingerie on Monday October 10th. Captioning the sultry snap, she wrote, “Oh no she didn’t just post a photo of herself in her underwear,” before addressing her naysayers using the hashtag #OhYesIDid.
The 54-year-old model added: “I just love this photo. I think I look pretty 🥰” and ended with a hashtag “#linkinbio”. The model was pictured wearing a balconette bra and short underwear. She looked stunning in blue and white while holding onto what appeared to be a cover-up. D’Errico’s hot post was joined by another ‘Baywatch’ star, Carmen Electra, who commented: “Beautiful”. David Toborowsky, a ’90 Day Fiancé’ star, commented, “Looks good,” which was echoed by numerous other fans.
One fan wrote: “You look beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. And don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!” Another admirer, praising D’Errico for preserving her body, remarked, “You know you look amazing and so pretty! I am amazed at how you keep yourself in such wonderful shape.”
The former Playboy cover model doesn’t hesitate to flaunt her killer curves on social media or hit out at those who point out the inappropriateness of her posts. She previously faced criticism over the summer after posting a photo of herself wearing a bikini with the American flag printed on it on July 4.
In another post on Instagram, D’Errico responded to the criticism in a bikini. “Quite a few women have complained about the July 4th video I posted in a red, white and blue bikini because they thought I was ‘classier than that’ and ‘too old to wear a bikini’ and, my favorite, ‘desperate.'” she wrote in the caption.
D’Errico added, “Let me tell you something that might surprise you. I can actually wear and literally do whatever I want.” To demonstrate that age is just a number, she announced the debut of her OnlyFans. She shared a photo of herself in a toilet wearing just a bathing suit on August 16 with the caption, “I obviously don’t take myself or the fact that I’m on this site too seriously. This post might upset some people. I do not care.”
D’Errico went on to justify her decision to sign up for the subscription-based service, claiming that unlike some other social media sites, it’s free from “censorship, bullying, and haters.” With a warning that fans can expect “bikini and lingerie” photos but not their “hoo-ha,” the model concluded her statement by laying out some ground rules for her new NSFW page.