Jessie James Decker bares all in cheeky beach photo: 'Hot mamma of three'

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Jessie James Decker is baring all in her latest Instagram post. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Jessie James Decker is baring all in her latest Instagram post. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Jessie James Decker is showing off her toned figure in a "cheeky" new beachside photo.

On Wednesday, the 34-year-old country singer took to Instagram to share a "sizzling" photo of herself at the beach wearing only bikini bottoms.

The "I Look So Good" singer's photo was met with praise and compliments for being in "amazing shape" after three kids.

"Hot mamma of three," one Instagram user commented.

"It is impossible to me that you've had three babies," another wrote. "You have the nicest body I have ever seen. Literally unreal. This pic is sizzling. I feel so motivated to workout now."

"Still as stunning as ever," someone else wrote.

"Body goals," another commenter chimed in.

"Your body is amazing!" one person wrote, paired with a flame and heart emoji.

Jessie James Decker has spoken out against body-shaming in the past. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Jessie James Decker has spoken out against body-shaming in the past. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

In July 2021, Decker shared an emotional message on Instagram, reacting to body shaming she had received. In a tearful video, she explained that although she has always been confident and comfortable in her own body, reading negative comments about her on Reddit has started to take a toll her.

"They're talking about how apparently fat I've gotten and how boxy and how terrible my body looks, and they're accusing me of editing my body and all these things,” she said. “It's pretty awful and I just cannot believe this is still happening in the world, that people are doing this.”

The star revealed that the comments came after she decided to stop unhealthily obsessing over her body image.

“I eat what I want and I'm happy with that," she said. “When you are writing blogs and stories and bullying me about how much weight I've gained and how fat my thighs are, I do take that offensively. Because what is the messaging that you are sharing?”

"I just want you to keep in mind that I'm a person. I'm a human being and your words hurt me," she continued. "I know that I'm not perfect, but you pointing out my flaws, the things that I'm already insecure about, it already hurts me. And it doesn't feel good to be picked on or bullied or ripped apart.”

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