Wanda Nara stuns fans with busty bikini selfie as Mauro Icardi's glamorous Wag goes make-up free | The Sun

WANDA NARA surprised fans by appearing to go make-up free in her latest Instagram post.

The Argentinian model and agent went for a more natural look as she donned a black bikini, which left little to the imagination.




Fans were clearly happy to see the new look.

One said: "No filter 😍😍😍😍😍🔥."

A second commented: "Yessss 100% no filters! 👏👏👏🔥🔥🔥."

Another added: "No filter you are unique and beautiful!!! ❤️."

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Wanda recently got back together with Galatasaray forward Mauro Icardi.

The pair split in September following nine years of marriage.

But they seemed to have reunited last month after Icardi took Wanda away for a few days in the Maldives – despite having sacked her as his agent.

However, Wanda may now be leaving her relationship up to her 15.5million Instagram followers.

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Wanda posted a series of polls to her Insta story labelled by Marca as a "social media trial" – during which she asked her followers whether Icardi should "move forward" or "subtract."

Not all of her posts were about bad things she claims Icardi to have done – with one mentioning him tattooing her name on his body.

Others were less flattering, however, with one appearing to possibly reference Icardi's scathing comments after Wanda kissed a rapper 13 years her junior for a music video in October.

At the time, Icardi, 29, labelled his estranged wife, 35, a "laughing stock of the whole world".



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