Dua Lipa Flaunts a Yellow Thong in an Instagram SnapsH๏τ during Her Day Off on Australian Tour

She’s currently on tour in Australia – and singer Dua Lipa flashed her bright yellow thong under a sheer co-ord on Instagram on Wednesday.

Dua, 27, posed in a two-piece from Jean Paul Gaultier for her latest pH๏τo-dump which saw her posing in a mirror, showing off her bottom and sitting at Swanbourne beach.

She also shared pictures of her ʙικιɴι-clad friends while at the seaside as she had soe fun in the sun before her next gig.

Sharing her latest pH๏τos, Dua captioned the images with the words: ‘Last show in Oz tonight ⚡️ feeling a little happy/sad haha but we’re going to make it a good one!!! Let’s gooooo Perth ❤️.’

Gaultier himself posted in the comments section with three hearts which matched the colour of the ensemble.

It consisted of a printed crop-top and matching trousers which suited her perfectly.

Swanbourne Beach is a ɴuᴅᴇ-friendly beach, where Dua met with fellow pop star Troye Sivan, who grew up in the city.

She arrived at 5pm for an early dinner at the Shorehouse Bar, which overlooks the beach.

The New Rules singer recently addressed speculation she will be performing at the World Cup opening ceremony next week in Qatar.

She took to Instagram to rubbish the rumours and hit out at Qatar over its appalling human rights record.

‘There is a lot of speculation that I will be performing at the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar,’ she wrote.

‘I will not be performing and nor have I ever been involved in any negotiation to perform.

‘I will be cheering England on from afar and I look forward to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all the human rights pledges it made when it won the right to host the World Cup.’

She signed off: ‘One love, Dua x.’

It comes just one week before the Qatar World Cup, with the Arab state facing growing criticism over its treatment of women, migrant workers and LGBT people.

Primary concern is the contractual conditions for hundreds of thousands of migrant workers employed to turn the tiny emirate into a region capable of hosting football’s biggest tournament.

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