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Nadine Lustre dares to go topless in photoshoot marking 26th birthday

/ 10:41 AM November 01, 2019
Nadine Lustre

Nadine Lustre proudly flaunts her fit figure in this skin-baring outfit.  Image: Instagram/@nadine

Nadine Lustre dared to bare in a sexy photoshoot as she turned 26 yesterday, Oct. 31.

The actress was greeted by celebrity photographers Dookie Ducay and Andrei Suleik on Instagram with photos of her posing topless.

In Ducay’s first photo, Lustre perches on her toes while only in jeans and underwear.

A second photo shows her hiking up a swimsuit while baring her butt.

Ducay heaped praises on Lustre, who has been dubbed by fans as the “president” because of her strong and unapologetic attitude: “To the woman who continues to break the stereotype of being a Filipina leading woman. To the woman who embraced the skin she is in so every other morena can love her color too. To the woman whose ideals are progressive enough to always put the female on a pedestal. Happy birthday, @nadine.”

Meanwhile, Suleik posted a picture of Lustre beaming as she lies down on the floor in just jeans.

This year, Lustre has decided to slow things down when it comes to projects after starring in the films “Ulan” and “Indak.” Her next TV project is on the talent contest “Your Moment” where she will be a judge for the first time, alongside Boy Abunda, Billy Crawford, Vhong Navarro and Luis Manzano.  /ra

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