A mum isn’t afraid to try the latest skimpy fashion trends.
Laura Belbin made a name for herself by trying the wackiest crazes out there and posting them to her Knee Deep in Life blog.
She’s tried underboob swimwear, latex trousers and ridiculous model poses over the years.
And her humorous pictures have catapulted her to fame.
The parent boasts a million followers across her social channels and she’s even released a book documenting her experiences.
We think she’s brilliant for poking fun at “perfection” and celebrating “real” bodies, while giving everyone a jolly good laugh.
Here, we’ve rounded up some of Laura’s top swimwear posts.
So buckle up and prepare to be left grinning from ear to ear.
The underboob bikini
After being flooded with requests from her Facebook fans, Laura tried the underboob bikini trend.
She fashioned a two-piece out of an old T-shirt and her son’s pants.
And to add to the comedic effect, she placed the image next to a snap of Instagram influencer Bianca Ella.
While the model pouts as she poses in the body-baring swimsuit, the mum looked a lot more bemused.
The mum posted the side-by-side comparison with the caption: “Google goals… poolside delight.
“When the reality is you’d be one sneeze away from b**** slapping the poor p***k next to you at the all inclusive bar on holiday with your areola because ain’t nothing keeping those swinging sisters in place by the pool as you yell at the children to calm the f*** down or you’re taking them to the kids club.
“I’m not sure what’s more disturbing???
“The fact I’ve got four t**s or how far up my ass I managed to ram my sons pants?!?
“Either way I didn’t expect the impromptu colonic as I clenched for this photo.”
“Fanny flossing” bikini bottoms
When Beginning Boutique released a raunchy bikini last year, many shoppers poked fun at it.
Some said the barely-there bottoms looked like “fanny floss”, but this didn’t deter Laura from trying them out.
The social media influencer stripped down to a tiny red thong and see-through crop top, before roping in her husband Steve to take some snaps.
She then placed her realistic photo next to the Beginning Boutique model’s, being sure to cover up her private parts with carefully placed emojis.
The mum shared the images online, alongside the caption: “When everyone begs you to buy it, review it and you’re like – F*** NO!!! It’s £50 and it’s January.
“I can make that s*** work with a superman belt and a kids T-shirt.
“Ain’t no one got any business seeing the other side of that emoji. It’s like a hairy angry venus flytrap that smells a bit like p*ss and old farts.
“PS… yes, I’m wearing a belt. It’s just hidden under all my fabulous skin.”
The plunging swimsuit
Plunging swimwear is great for those who want to show-off their curves.
But if you’re reluctant to bare what you had for breakfast, the trend may not be for you.
Laura joked the skimpy one-pieces “cut her vagina in two” – and she would’ve suffered an X-rated malfunction if it wasn’t for some boob tape.
She posted a picture of herself in a tiny cossie, which she placed side-by-side with a snap of model Madison Brooke.
The blogger captioned the image: “Google goals… bikini time.
“When it’s less suns out guns out and more cloudy with a chance of windy pubic hairs.
“I’m currently sporting the only shaved half my chuff look, bit like two face.
“Pretty sure Harvey Dent is now the new name for my vagina.”
Upside down bikini trend
Upside down bikinis are one of the sexiest swimwear trends of the moment.
The look, which was sparked by Italian model Valentina Fradegrada, involves tying the halter neck straps across your chest, lifting the breasts and exposing a little underboob.
While the style seems to be popular among Instagram stars, some have questioned what they’d look like on everyday women.
So what happened when Laura tried out the craze?
The mum captioned the side-splitting comparison: “Google goals… tan lines.
“When you want to focus on keeping the tan even, but you’ve had two kids and you’ve hit your 30s hard so your t**s look a lot like spaniels ears with saucepan areolas that sat on the hob for 40 minutes.
“I was smuggling bin bag up my crack as I swallowed.
“I had every intention of smiling but turns out clenching and looking sexy isn’t as easy as it looks.”
Never change, Laura…
You can buy Laura’s book – Knee Deep in Life: Wife, Mother, Realist… and why we’re already enough – on Amazon.