Demi Rose hit Venice Beach for a bike ride on Tuesday, in a bright pink bikini - and with a white rabbit.
The model, 24, slipped into the eye-popping ensemble, which only just about contained her assets, showcasing her phenomenal physique.
She enjoyed the sun-kissed bike ride with some pals, who had brought a cute bunny along for the jaunt.
Demi cuddled up to the pet, lovingly holding it to her chest as she smiled for snaps.
She simply captioned the photos: 'Bikes and bunnies!'
The day before, she ensured all eyes were well and truly on her as she was seen on Melrose Avenue.
The glamourous model looked phenomenal in a grey and lilac bralette, showcasing her busty assets as she headed to an invite only event at PrettyLittleThing.
Demi Rose opens up about losing both her parents in seven months
Leaving little to the imagination, the top showed off her tiny waist as she hit the shops with a pal.
She wore jeans that were barely there thanks to their ripped-to-shreds design, featuring strings of tiny pearls.
She added chunky visor shades with gold detailing to the frames and swept her chocolate locks back from her features.
She went for casual white trainers for the shopping expedition and clutched a take-out green juice in her hands, freshly manicured in bright red.
Demi slung a black purse over her torso, with a gold and black chain.
She painted her complexion flawlessly, adding a deep pink slick to her pout.
Demi recently discussed losing both her parents seven months apart, after spending years caring for her mother who became disabled following a heart attack and stroke.
The Instagram model explained how their deaths made her 'grow up really fast,' as she opened up about dealing with grief during the recording of her PrettyLittleThing podcast episode.
Demi said: 'I've lost both of my parents, my dad cancer and my mum had a heart attack which caused a stroke when I was 17 and I was left as her carer as she was left disabled.
'I was caring for her for so many years, about 7 years,' explained the social media star.
Demi then went into detail about the impact the death of her parents had on her and how she aims to help others experiencing the same thing.
She said: 'Then my dad passed away with cancer and then my mum then sadly passed away 7 months after him with a stomach infection, and it just made me grow up really fast and be really really strong about things.
'And I think if I can inspire people by talking about grief, then you know if they can relate to me and they can understand it a little bit and I can help them then that's important to me.
After experiencing the loss of both of her parents, Demi admitted: 'I've gone through a lot, so I can talk on it.
'I feel like nothing can really affect me now, nothing can really make me feel a certain way - I've gone through it all.'
Discussing how she copes with the loss of loved ones, she said: 'It's just part of life's plan and you've got to be strong about it,' adding: 'I couldn't have prayed for better friends.'