Rita Ora is known for her saucy social media posts and her latest effort left little to the imagination.
The songstress has never shied away from speaking publicly about her Albanian heritage after both of her parents left the country due to political reasons while Rita was a child.
Rita, 30, whose surname means "time" in Albanian looked sensational as she posed up a storm showcasing her gym-honed legs for her 16 million social media followers.
The blonde bombshell who recently launched her own tequila brand left little to the imagination as she celebrated the anniversary of Albanian Independence.
Posing in just a white vest top with her legs stretched out, Rita looked every inch the star as she offered a cheesy grin for her selfie.
While her bare legs were exposed, she slipped into a pair of killer red leather boots – embellished with the flag of Albania – a silhouetted black double-headed eagle which represents bravery, strength, valour and bloodshed.
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Captioning her post, she penned: "Urime dita e flamurit [Happy Flag Day], Happy Independence Day #Albania."
Before adding several emojis of the Albanian flag.
Her post which has raked in over 507,000 likes was instantly inundated with compliments from her adoring fans.
"You are adorable," penned one fan.
While a second said: "You're gorgeous."
A third commented: "Goddess." "You're SO cute," gushed a fourth.
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"The boots are EVERYTHING," exclaimed a fifth.
Reflecting on her twenties, the Let You Love Me hitmaker opened up about making several mistakes but is now "more comfortable" in her skin.
She said: "I never really had a normal 20-year-old life but I wouldn't change it for anything in the world.
"It is something I have noticed in lockdown – I have never had that life where you can just go out and walk around your garden or anywhere and no one really cares."
While fans have been patiently awaiting her third studio album, Rita left London and headed to the Cotswolds during the lockdown period in order to work on the record.
Speaking to Gay Times magazine, she said of her album: "It's coming along really strong. I've ended up making really cool music with some really amazing people and experimenting with some amazing songs."
She added: "I think these songs will take people out of themselves, there's a raw factor to it, which I've never really touched on before. It's an exciting time, musically, for people to see who can speak the truth in these moments and who can't, because I also feel that the public's perception has now really shifted into what’s important in life."
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