ALEXIS Ren went completely nude while hitting the beach.

The Instagram model was recently seen swimming and doing the splits in the sand during the wild beach romp.



Alexis left little to the imagination as she posed topless and only wore a small red thong on the beach.

The 24-year-old spread her legs as she did a middle split near the edge of the water, while she also flaunted her impressive body as she exposed her breasts while lying down on the sand.

She continued to show off her physique as she casually stood naked while waiting for direction from the photographer and enjoyed time in the warm sun.

While taking a break from modeling, Alexis stayed warmed as she wrapped herself in a patterned light blue and purple patterned towel.

The Instagram model appeared to be accompanied by others during the beach outing, though she was the only member of the group that seemed to bare it all.


The revealing photos likely won't surprise the model's 14.1 million Instagram followers, as she often flaunts her impressive bod in steamy snaps.

Her Instagram feed is full of sexy shots that show her in bikinis and flattering outfits.

Alexis got her start in modeling at the age of 13 when she booked a gig with the clothing store Brandy Melville.

She later became an Internet sensation at just 15 after photos of her posing in a black string bikini went viral on Tumblr.

Alexis continued to professionally model and even launched her own activewear line called Ren Active.

She continued her rise to fame when she competed on season 27 of Dancing with the Stars.



Alongside partner Alan Bersten, Alexis made it to the finals and earned fourth place in November 2018.

After her stint on the ABC dancing competition show, Alexis went on to appear in music videos for Ed Sheeran and Kygo.

Back in April, fans slammed Alexis for charging $44 a month for her online fitness program during the coronavirus pandemic.

She announced the plan's price on Twitter, writing: "Also- it's $44 for the entire month ONLY.

"I've spent a great deal of time building the website and workouts and filming while also setting time aside to do the group calls.

"I made this as affordable as possible while still respecting the life energy that I've put into this."

Many people criticized her for the high price of the program given the timing, with one person writing: "Capitalizing off a pandemic oh no honey. YouTube is free."

Another Twitter user added:  "Okay jumping on the home workout bandwagon because of a GLOBAL pandemic where people have lost their jobs and you decide to charge people for this service.

"It’s one thing to charge people for personal training but the only reason you’re doing this is because of the COVID19 crisis."

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