In an Instagram post on Thursday, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 56, honored her daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin 's upcoming 19th birthday with a nude photograph taken when she was pregnant. In the sepia-toned picture , Rinna smiles at the camera while cradling her bare baby bump. The actress placed a heart-shaped sticker the shot to cover her breasts before sharing it online. The throwback comes just days after Rinna shared another pregnancy portrait in celebration of daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin 's 22nd birthday. In a picture posted on Tuesday, the mom of two — wearing a rose-patterned dress — holds her belly as she flashes a smile with her eyes closed. Rinna strutted down the catwalk in a floor-length dress with a belted floral skirt, while Amelia and Delilah wore looks that coordinated with their mother's fuchsia floral-print gown.
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The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star took to her account on Thursday to share a throwback photo from her Playboy photo shoot that shows her posing completely nude other than a pair of sheer stockings and black pumps. In order to abide by Instagrams standards, Rinna threw a star emoji over her breasts for a bit more coverage. I did this 10 years ago. I already own it.
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By Sameer Suri For Dailymail. Lisa Rinna fired up her Instagram page Wednesday to share a throwback collage of her two Playboy covers. She included her cover for the September issue, where she posed fully nude for a page spread while six months pregnant with her daughter Delilah.
The journey back maybe not so much. Although some crazy and random adventures happened on the way home and it was all part of the experience and it never stopped us from doing it time and time again. We could see our DJ idols up close, slamming out classic anthems and the freshest dub plates alongside those unknown tracks that only years later you finally find out what they were on a random YouTube nostalgia trip where you jump for joy at finally getting that tune ID you always wanted and needed to know. This was freedom, and this was our way of expressing our glorious new way of life.