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    Reginae Carter Flexes Beauty In Her Swimsuit Photos, Fans Obsess Over Her Figure


    Reginae Carter has fans salivating after dropping a new swimsuit photo on Instagram. Rocking a multi-colored swimsuit, Carter stood looking picture-perfect in the three March 6 photos.

    It is clear that Carter’s photos were snapped on a professional set. In the all-red backdrop, there was a big beach umbrella laid to the side and a bucket turned over so she could sit on it. Carter also held up a water gun as her prop.

    Reginae Carter (Photo: @itsreginaecarter/Instagram)

    The 22-year-old knew she had it going on, writing, “I don’t play fair so be careful with me 🤪 @iconswim on my body 🥰,” in the caption.

    Fans hopped over to the comments to tell Carter how good she looked.

    “Don’t Mess With My Man” singer Nivea wrote, “Oh my Lamb you look BEAUTIFUL Nae!!! 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍.”

    Someone else said, “Looking BOMB sistaaa 😍.”

    Others were shocked at the transformation of her body shape. One fan complimented her writing, “It’s giving BODY” and someone else said, “Nae so skinny now wow 😍.”

    Reginae Carter. (Photo: @itsreginaecarter/Instagram)

    Carter has never been what some would call a “big girl,” but lately she has been looking a bit slimmer. It’s assumed that her workout sessions are the cause of her slimming down, even though some people have wondered if it was cosmetic surgery. So far the only thing she has publicly admitted to getting surgically enhanced were her breasts.

    After doing the deed last year, she made sure to say she did not go under the knife because of insecurity. She said in an interview with People, “Nobody pressured me. Nobody told me to do this. I feel like I didn’t have society telling me this. I feel like it’s self-love. I love myself. I loved myself before the boobs, and I love myself after. I don’t care what people have to say.”



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