Iskra Lawrence is ringing in her birthday a day early.
On Friday, the 30-year-old model celebrated her day of birth by sharing several photos in which she’s sitting in a hotel room rocking a black one-piece swimsuit by Lounge Underwear. Ahead of her 31st birthday, Lawrence used the caption to reveal her idea of the perfect gift.
“All I want for my birthday is a…Break from my phone see u when I’m 31 #accessibility Photos description: [iskra is posing on her hotel bed in a black bodysuit relishing her soft curvy #mombod some pics are gentle smiles and others are full joy then a couple of photos are more sultry because she’s feeling herself!],” she wrote.
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Celebrity friends and fans flooded the comments with birthday wishes, and praises for her spicy look.
“HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY LOVE,” Tess Holliday wrote, with another fan adding, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY BIGGEST INSPIRATION AND SELF-LOVE-REALNESS QUEEN.” Someone else added, “HOT MAMA!!!” and another, “Beautiful as always.”
One fan went on a bit more, noting, “The truth that I could say many things about you. That you are beautiful or beautiful maybe. But above all that your light that transmits is pure beauty you are an angel or such is a woman from another plant because I say that you are a woman with great talent. With an angel look.”
Lawrence has been outspoken about the importance of self-care over the years. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in 2018, she advised people to pour into their own cup before they look for external happiness.
“People think it’s selfish to spend time on yourself. Yet you can’t give to someone else unless you’re whole. You can’t fall in love with someone else unless you fall in love with yourself first,” she explained.
“Externally we look happy and like we are doing well and are super busy and our career is taking off — but actually, are you ok? Ask yourself how you feel when you are alone; do you feel lonely, have you done something for you today that makes you feel happy? It can be something super simple like reading your book for 30 minutes or meditating or walking — even patting a dog,” she advised. “It sounds silly but it’s the little joys in life that are generally for free are the things we forget to do because we are so busy with the materialism, the career or the outward appearance on social media.”