She's currently dating Hollywood star Kristen Stewart - and model Stella Maxwell looked incredible when she posed on the beach for a shoot in Malibu.
Looking good: Stella Maxwell displayed her long legs and taut abs in very skimpy paisley bikini with matching teeny shorts as she posed for a shoot on Malibu beach
The Victoria's Secret model, 26, looked incredible as she showed off her long legs and taut abs in a very skimpy white paisley bikini top. 
She wore it with a pair of tiny shorts which flattered her figure perfectly as she worked her magic in front of the camera with ease. The stunner, who was once pictured kissing Miley Cyrus, topped off her look with a straw sunhat and a pair of dark sunglasses.
With a host of belongings strewn on the floor, the model looked stunning with her beachy waves cascading down to her shoulders. 
Stripping off her shorts, the caramel-haired beauty then made sure she didn't get too much sun as she grappled with an umbrella to get some shade. 
Showing off her golden tan, the stunner looked naturally beautiful as she appeared to struggle a little with the prop. 
Stella's girlfriend Kristen, also 26, came out as gay during an explosive episode of Saturday Night Live in February. 
The Personal Shopper star - who has dated men and women - admits that she doesn't understand why bisexuals are labelled 'confused' as she thinks it is, in fact, 'quite the opposite'. 
Having trouble? Stripping off her shorts, the caramel-haired beauty then made sure she didn't get too much sun as she grappled with an umbrella to get some shade
She said: 'Oh, I think things are changing. I mean, I don't think I would have approached my life differently if that hadn't been the case. But who knows? 

'Individually we are all part of that change and so I can take some credit for it, I guess - there's no reason why I should shy away from that. But all the prejudice; it's going for sure.

'I mean, yeah, it's definitely still there. People still have some horrendous f***ing experiences. But it's cool that you don't have to nail everything down any more. That whole certainty about whether you're straight or gay or whatever.'

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