Australian model Nicole Trunfio has shared several photos of herself in a bikini on her official Instagram account @nictrunfio. The 29-year-old mum showed off her slim figure as she spent her vacation soaking up the sun with her fiancé Gary Clark, Jr. and baby Zion in Western Australia (WA).

Herald Sun reports that Trunfio flaunted her bikini-clad body poolside at the Margaret River. In one of her many vacation shots on Instagram, she is seen meditating by the ocean. In another photo, she’s lounging on an air mattress as it floats on the pool. She even has a glass of wine on her hand as she looks up at the sky. Click here, here and here to see some of Trunfio’s sexy Instagram snaps.

Another photo of Trunfio shows her on a green inflatable pool toy as she faces the sun, her back towards the camera. Trunfio even posted a sweet photo of her in the water as she holds baby Zion high up in the air. Click here and here to see the said photos.

Trunfio also posted a stunning picture of a beautiful sunset in WA as well as a photo of her with Zion and American guitarist and actor Gary Clark, Jr.


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Trunfio hit headlines with her controversial cover shot for Elle Australia’s June issue. She was not only bold enough to say “yes” to the breastfeeding shoot, but she also defended the photo from critics. She appeared in a "Good Morning America" to talk about breastfeeding and women empowerment. The outspoken model was even supported by celebrities including fellow models Chrissy Teigen and Cindy Crawford. Soon, she became a viral sensation and is now the poster girl for making breastfeeding in public normal.

Surprisingly, the photo on Elle Australia’s cover for June was totally unplanned. In January, Trunfio was working on her first magazine shoot since becoming a mum to baby Zion. When her boy became hungry and she started breastfeeding him, that’s when plans for the cover photo’s style changed.

“We were on set and Zion was shooting with us and I had to breastfeed him and I was doing it in between shots and I had on this really beautiful outfit and the stylist just moved me on set and she was like, ‘Oh, let’s just shoot this’,” Trunfio told The West Australian.

Speaking on the breastfeeding photo becoming a viral sensation, Trunfio said that she knew she needed to step up especially when her Instagram account had 20,000 more followers, all because of the photo. She started using social media to create public conversations around the issue of breastfeeding in public.

Trunfio also revealed that she was not that active on Instagram but she made an exception in this case because she felt passionately about breastfeeding.

“It is like the most natural thing in the world and it should be normal,” Trunfio said.

“It was great to make more people aware around the world and more comfortable with it,” she added.

After Trunfio and her family spent some downtime in Western Australia, they reportedly went to Melbourne ahead of New Year’s Eve celebrations. She was seen leaving Perth domestic airport wearing a beige floor-length gown and black strappy sandals. Trunfio and Clark, Jr. arrived in Melbourne with their 11-month-old baby.