A a sexy skier who melted hearts during the Winter Olympics again attracted attention after posing topless in thongs for an obscene photo shoot.
32-year-old Juliana Seifart represented Germany at the tournament Beijing Winter Olympics in February, finishing 14th in the women’s individual standings. Being a Winter Olympian requires skills, abilities and lots of warm clothes to avoid death. So, perhaps, it is not surprising that Juliana doesn’t seem to like anything more than knocking her tight lycra off if she is not on the slopes.
Indeed, the brunette beauty has a whole Instagram account dedicated to her infamous content, where she uploads nude photos under the pseudonym “Nayeli Rose”. And judging by her latest photo, she is certainly not a snow angel.
The fit athlete posted a photo with her friend Aluna Makali in the blue lagoon in Crete. That in itself would have been stunning enough, but Juliana and her boyfriend in the seductive photo appeared topless.
Leaning their faces together, the two beautiful wet babies put their hands on each other’s cheeks, and only tight black straps covered their modesty.
“Only me and my girlfriend in the blue lagoon,” the caption reads, as 52,500 Olympic subscribers went berserk in comments. One said, “Wow.” And another said, “So beautiful!”
Others demonstrated their appreciation for the artistic image by leaving a series of flame-emojis. “Wow and sexy,” someone else commented, adding a couple of peach emoticons for good measure.
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Juliana’s gloomy post in the blue lagoon is just the latest in a long line of photos that have attracted fans under the collar. Last week, she posted an image of her naked body covered only with a flower.
The gorgeous athlete clearly loves the appeal of the camera and even posed nude for Playboy in her country. She starred on the cover of their publication in March 2021, an experience she called an “art form” that gave her a “sense of freedom”.
Juliana wore nothing but a decorative chain to “raise awareness of the sport” of skiing. It is unclear whether more people tuned in to the Winter Olympics as a result, but Juliana has definitely become more popular anyway.