Rebecca Lobie is no stranger to showing off her incredible figure.
Rebecca shared a selfie to Instagram while posing in her bedroom and captioned the post: ‘New outfit love’.
Thigh’s the limit! Steve Irwin’s ‘hot niece’ Rebecca Lobie (pictured) showed off her endless pins in a mini skirt as she isolated at home on Tuesday
‘Who else has been doing some online shopping in iso?’ she continued.
Rebecca struck a pose in a black mini skirt and a sheer beige bodysuit along with a pair of black heels.
She wore a neutral palette of makeup for the photo and styled her blonde hair in a low ponytail.
That’s cheeky! Just days prior on Sunday, Rebecca shared a sizzling throwback photo to Instagram, taken with husband Mick Lobie while on holidays
Just days prior on Friday, Rebecca shared a sizzling throwback photo to Instagram, taken with husband Mick Lobie while on holidays.
Rebecca stretched her toned frame across a beach towel, allowing the sun to hit her back as Mick took the photo from above.
The 32-year-old showed off her shapely derrière in blue G-string bikini bottoms.
‘Sun Sand Surf,’ the mother-of-two captioned the shot alongside hashtags including ‘ocean vibes’, ‘my happy place’ and ‘travel’.
Family: The Instagram sensation is the daughter of Frank Muscillo and Steve’s sister Joy
The Instagram sensation, who is the daughter of Frank Muscillo and Steve’s sister Joy, lives with husband Mick and their two young sons.
According to her LinkedIn, she was previously managing director of the Irwin family business, Australia Zoo, but left in December 2015.
During her tenure, Rebecca oversaw ‘multiple food outlets’ at the Sunshine Coast tourist attraction, as well as ‘catering and functions’.
In 2016, The Courier Mail reported that Rebecca, who is now working as a restaurant manager near her home in Mooloolaba, had cut all ties with Australia Zoo.
She is also no longer following her 21-year-old cousin, Bindi Irwin, on Instagram – despite the fact the pair were once close.
Estranged? According to her LinkedIn, she was previously managing director of the Irwin family business, Australia Zoo, but left in December 2015