Back to the grind! Model Natalie Roser enjoys her first bikini shoot after undergoing back surgery to correct her scoliosis
She recently underwent back surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis.
And model Natalie Roser was overjoyed to be taking part in her first photo shoot on Wednesday, as she continues to heal from the procedure.
The 31-year-old was beaming ear-to-ear as she skipped along Tamarama beach in a chic black swimsuit.
Back to the grind! Model Natalie Roser enjoyed her first bikini shoot on Wednesday after undergoing back surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis
The scoop neck bikini showcased the blonde beauty’s incredible abs and toned legs.
Natalie flashed her pearly whites to the camera and was made up in minimal makeup.
First shoot back after my surgery!’ she excitedly wrote in the caption.
‘After delays because of the lockdown here in Syd, I finally got to have my first shoot with my new straight spine!’
Happy to be back: The 31-year-old was beaming ear-to-ear as she skipped along Tamarama beach in a chic black swimsuit
Only shot for two hours (easing in) but it felt so good to be back!!’
Natalie also flaunted her impressive physique earlier this week during an impromptu photo shoot.
The blonde beauty left very little to the imagination in a pair of G-string bottoms and a tiny top that revealed a generous amount of underboob.
That bikini life! Natalie also flaunted her impressive physique earlier this week during an impromptu photo shoot
Revealing: The blonde beauty left very little to the imagination in a pair of G-string bottoms and a tiny top that revealed a generous amount of underboob
Bouncing back: Natalie is well and truly bouncing back from her recent back surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis
Earlier this month, the beauty revealed what her boyfriend Harley Bonner really thinks of her raunchy pictures.
During a Q&A with her Instagram fans, she was asked if her ‘revealing photo shoots bother’ her beau, who she has been dating since February 2017.
She answered: ‘Harley is amazingly supportive of Series Mag and everything I do.’
The blonde bombshell is the editor of Series Mag, which is a digital photographic publication that showcases ‘the beauty of the feminine form,’ according to her website.
Natalie explained that she and Harley ‘spoke very openly’ when she first had the idea for the magazine and added that ‘he understands why I like it’.
She continued: ‘I love the power I feel when I get to create a photo shoot and I find something really beautiful in nude photographs.
‘I felt there was a real gap for models and myself to make nude art in a safe environment where the mode is given more control of her situation,’ and added that: ‘Everyone gets paid!’
Natalie underwent surgery in July to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis – a condition that causes the spine to bend sideways.
Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that typically develops during the growth spurt stage just before puberty.
While the condition, which is estimated to affect about three percent of teenagers worldwide, can be caused by disorders such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most scoliosis is unknown.
Most cases are mild and resolve naturally, but some spine deformities worsen as children grow.
Candid post: Natalie recently underwent surgery in July to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis – a condition that causes the spine to bend sideways
Last month, she shared confronting X-ray photos to Instagram that revealed the metal rods and screws attached to her spine.
‘All dressed up for my x-ray reveal. I had my first look at my new bits & pieces holding my spine straight today!
‘It feels a bit surreal knowing that those screws are in my spine, but wow it’s made a huge difference,’ she wrote.
Confronting: The X-ray image revealed the metal rods and screws which have been attached to her spine
What is scoliosis?
– According to Healthline.com, it is the ‘abnormal curvature of the spine’
– Signs or symptoms of the condition, which has various forms, include back pain, uneven hips, different shoulder blade levels
– Treatments include bracing or surgery depending on age or state of the condition
– Princess Eugenie was diagnosed with scoliosis as a child and at age 12 had surgery on her back
– She proudly showed off her surgery scar at her wedding in October 2018