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Mollie Gould sizzles in a steamy Malibu photoshoot in a stunning swimsuit

Mollie Hannah Gould, the ex-girlfriend of Luis Miguel, recently set temperatures soaring with a steamy swimsuit photoshoot in Malibu, California. The professional dancer and model showcased her stunning figure in a little white ensemble; a short-sleeved top tied over her belly, paired with a high-leg thong bikini with laces on the sides. Mollie added a pair of black sunglasses and minimal jewelry to complement her exquisite silhouette and the look from the 138 Water brand that she was modeling for.

Mollie raised her game with a sensual photoshoot on the Malibu seashore, wherein she was seen posing in one of the iconic lifeguard cabins. She shared some of her exclusive shots from the session on social media, along with other images that would be part of 138 Water’s summer collection advertising campaign.

Mollie’s beauty game was on point in the shoots, thanks to her nude lipstick, slightly smoky eyes, lashes that popped with black mascara, bronzed blush, and light sparkles on her nose and cheekbones. She also used a foundation that naturally enhanced her skin’s soft texture.

After an abortive attempt at showmanship as one of Luis Miguel’s backup singers, Mollie has focused on carving out a career for herself as a dancer and model. The young influencer now frequently shares photos of her modeling assignments with major brands like Adidas, Calvin Klein, Fenty, and Victoria’s Secret.

Last year Mollie upped her game by participating in several lingerie and swimwear fashion shows, giving her model career an impetus. She gained widespread popularity after dating Luis Miguel, despite the 30-year age difference between them. They had an on-off relationship that lasted several months before fizzling out.

Mollie’s beauty, passion, and talent have given her a strong social media following. She’s now a bonafide beauty and fashion influencer, who can light up social media with the snap of a finger.

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