Ashley Graham strips down in new intimate photoshoot

Marni Dixit
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·2-min read

Ashley Graham, 33, left little to the imagination as she posed in an intimate photoshoot for her filmmaker husband Justin Ervin.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model stripped down for the shoot, posing nude behind a white bedsheet, with a window lighting her from behind, showing off her silhouette.

Ashley Graham posed in an intimate photoshoot for her filmmaker husband Justin Ervin. Photo: Justin Ervin
Ashley Graham posed in an intimate photoshoot for her filmmaker husband Justin Ervin. Photo: Justin Ervin

In another snap she posed makeup-free in bed, with just some sheets to cover her up.

The model wore a grey jumper and track pants in another set of shots where she posed outside.

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"I think these are my all time favorite photos or you," one follower wrote.

"Honestly he captures you in your most honest, sincere, beautiful truth," another wrote. "It’s stark but it’s warm and human. It’s really different from the photogs that capture you for fancy mags and stuff. He’s as talented of course but the LOVE comes thru."

In one shot, Ashley left little to the imagination as she posed naked behind a bedsheet. Photo: Justin Ervin
In one shot, Ashley left little to the imagination as she posed naked behind a bedsheet. Photo: Justin Ervin

"You can tell that’s your man taking them, they are so intimate," someone else added.

Ashley and Justin have been married for ten years and welcomed their first child, a son named Isaac, together in January.

Ashley has recently returned to the runway for Milan Fashion Week after quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Ashley's followers commented that it was clear in the photos that she was posing for her husband because of the love that shone through. Photo: Justin Ervin
Ashley's followers commented that it was clear in the photos that she was posing for her husband because of the love that shone through. Photo: Justin Ervin

Speaking with Self Magazine, the model admitted that she enjoyed having some time to herself.

"I have to say, it was a vacation," she admitted. "It was not what I was expecting — it really wasn't. In eight months, I hadn't left his side longer than five hours. And I was really nervous, like, can I do this?"

"Other mothers have done it. They leave their babies even earlier. I was like, 'Am I gonna feel guilty?' But I didn't feel guilty because I knew that I was going for work."

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