The model, who has been isolating with her family (including pregnant sister Gigi Hadid) on mum Yolanda Hadid's Pennsylvania farm, posed for a selfie in a tiny green bikini, displaying a lot of underboob in the process.
Fans were quick to comment on the snap with one fan writing, "Yesss Bella green is DEFINITELY your colour."
Another called her "stunning" while someone else said, "Looking healthy and gorgeous!"
One user praised her, writing, "A model actually posting her natural body and being confident about it, we have to Stan."
Another joked, "All that money and can't afford clothes that fit!"
The model also shared some photos and videos of her time on the farm, showing how she is getting through the lockdown period.
In one video she showed that she was fishing, surprising herself at how good she was.
Bella recently took to Instagram to share a snap of New York, revealing she would be donating more money to food banks that need support during the coronavirus pandemic and encouraging her followers to donate if they can.
She wrote, "Missing you out there... I woke up thinking so much about this city. I miss you New York. I’m following up on my latest donation to @foodbank4nyc today.. through the help and generosity of people like you, @foodbank4nyc has served 12.5 million meals during this global emergency. With the link in my bio, we have brought in 12,500 meals and that’s without my donations.
"So incredible...I feel so proud of the people who are following. The link to donate is still in my bio, if you’re in a position to I’d love if you’d join me... Even just $1 can provide 5 meals to someone who needs it."
Bella continued, "If not, spreading the word helps too! The reality of all of this is that 1.2 MILLION New Yorkers were already without reliable access to nutritious meals. Through this global emergency, Food Bank Nyc is now seeing a 50% increase in need, with no immediate slowdown in sight.
"The best thing we can do is continue to increase awareness, for now and post- COVID, to help support the families of NYC who are struggling.. Nearly 40% of New York’s soup kitchens and food pantries are closed. This is why we need to stick together and help in any way we can. Whether that is donating or just spreading the word. Let’s continue to think about the ones around us. Love you all so much."
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