Rita Ora flaunts her tight torso in flared flares and a wrap top as she poses with cat Bruno in the sun
She recently enjoyed a night out in London after being locked up in the Cotswolds.
But Rita Ora proved that she loved nothing more than spending time outdoors posing on Sunday with her cat Bruno in the sun.
The 29-year-old Hot Right Now singer looked effortlessly chic in a black Gucci logo print at the top below her bust to show off her tight upper body.
Working: Rita Ora looked chic in a black Gucci-printed top tied under her bust and flared flares as she posed in a London garden on Sunday
The musician paired the top with low black flared trousers as she knelt on the grass in a yard.
Rita tucked her blonde locks under a Dior-print bandana and was adorned with oversized yellow-colored sunglasses and layered gold chains.
Rita looked down at the camera lens and put down a sultry screen as she put her hand on her knee in the leafy area.
The singer spoke of her gratitude for all the “beautiful people” in her life who continue to support her, while she stared lovingly into the eyes of her feline companion.
Feline Friend: The singer, 29, gazed lovingly at her cat Bruno as she posed on the grass wearing a Dior bandana and yellow tones
Grateful: Rita posted the photos to her 16.1 million followers and thanked all the ‘beautiful people’ in her life who support her
She posted to her 16.1 million followers on Instagram, adding the caption, “ One day like today, I’m grateful to all of you beautiful people who continue to support me.
“I’m grateful for my family, this weather, my health, my wonderful friends, and my adorable cat Bruno (last slide).”
Rita also added some outtakes to her Instagram stories where she was seen smiling at the camera and holding Bruno.
Until recently, the star was in a rented Cotswolds farm, but once the lock restrictions were gone, the singer came to Paris.
Candid: Rita looked glowing as she smiled at the camera (left) and posed with cat Bruno (right)
Rita paid a lot of attention to working on new music while enjoying time with her friends in the countryside.
Although she may have lived in luxury, Rita was left without seeing her mother Vera – with the couple reuniting in the capital last week.
Vera, who lives in London, returned to the frontline of the NHS to work in psychiatric health during the coronavirus crisis.
Furry friend: Rita stroked Bruno under her chin on her Instagram stories after accompanying her for photos in the garden