Behind-the-Scenes Snapshot from Sexy Photoshoot: Bella Hadid & Heidi Klum

We rarely get what we want for Christmas. But this year, maybe, just maybe, Santa heard our wish and granted it gloriously on Instagram. That’s because Heidi Klum, the smokin’ hot former Victoria’s Secret Angel, gave us a peek at her bare butt in an almost-nude social media post over the weekend.

In the sultry shot, the 48-year-old model ascended a spiral staircase in her Bel Air mansion wearing a Santa hat – and nothing else. She barely hid her breasts and butt from view by holding a duvet over her naughty bits.

“Let’s go back to bed,” the hottie captioned the post.

Let’s go back to bed, indeed. You don’t have to ask us twice, Heidi!

Unfortunately, the subsequent photos in the series feature her husband, 32-year-old Tom Kaulitz, who – we have to say – looks awfully unkempt with his shaggy man-bun, grizzly beard, and animal-print pajamas.

Ho-ho-hold up, are we right?

This is not a marriage of equals, at least not in the looks department. He definitely doesn’t deserve her and we’re unsure what exactly the German guitarist did to get her to marry him after only a year of dating.

Sigh. At least Santa tried to fulfill our fantasies. Maybe next year he’ll give us a chance to go down her chimney.

Bella Hadid

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Bella Hadid is striking a pose!

On Monday, the 25-year-old model uploaded a sexy snapshot of herself on Instagram of a behind-the-scenes moment that was captured during a photoshoot with Victoria's Secret.

"❤️‍🔥 @VICTORIASSECRET ❤️‍🔥 The days we have on set are some of the best days I've had," she captioned the post. "… @mustafayanaz VS Soccer Tournament 2022 .."

".. Made possible by a few of my favorite angel humans," she added, tagging chief creative director of Victoria's Secret, Raúl Martinez, and Felicity Webb, who is the director of casting for the brand.

Bella Hadid

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Earlier this year, Hadid opened up in an interview with Marie Claire about how her return to the brand was not something she took lightly.

The supermodel (who first worked with Victoria's Secret for its 2015 PINK holiday campaign and landed spots on the coveted Victoria's Secret Fashion Show roster in 2016, 2017 and 2018) is currently starring in the 2021 holiday campaign and was recently named the brand's latest VS Collective Member for the newly revamped lingerie giant, which announced major rebranding efforts earlier this year.

"What magnetized me to coming back was them coming to me and really proving to me that, behind the scenes, Victoria's Secret has changed so drastically," Hadid said. "There was a type of way that, I think, a lot of us women who used to work with Victoria's Secret felt."

"And now, six of the seven [VS] board members are all female. And there's new photoshoot protocols that we have," she added. "So a lot has changed. I feel like the world really deserves a brand like Victoria's Secret and to also feel represented by it as well."

The changes came two years after the brand dropped the Victoria's Secret Angel title and canceled its annual fashion show in Nov. 2019 due to criticism that the brand didn't embrace models of all sizes and backgrounds on its runway. The company also faced backlash in Feb. 2020 after a report published by The New York Times accused the brand's former officer Ed Razek of sexual harassment, bullying and creating a culture of misogyny, including an incident involving Hadid.

According to the article, at a 2018 fitting while Hadid was being measured for underwear, Razek allegedly said "forget the panties" and went on to remark about her "perfect" breasts, the Times reported.

At the time, Razek denied the allegations, telling the Times in an email that "the accusations in this reporting are categorically untrue, misconstrued or taken out of context," adding, "I've been fortunate to work with countless, world-class models and gifted professionals and take great pride in the mutual respect we have for each other."

In her interview with Marie Clare, Hadid noted that it took her "almost a year and a half" to take a meeting with the brand. "Even having that conversation was very complicated for me because of the way that I had felt in the past," she explained. "But they came to me with a big presentation about everything that they've changed, the way that they're moving forward with not only body diversity, but diversity of women in general."

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