AMERICAN PIckers star Danielle Colby’s little girl Memphis has displayed her curves with a thong, tiny bra and revealing lingerie.
The 22-year old dressed in black, revealing lingerie and tied a cord around her midriff.
Memphis posted a video in which she posed front-on, before transforming for the camera.
She posted the clip on Instagram on Wednesday and captioned it: “Literally in love with this set, omg…. Thoughts???”
The influencer – whose full name is Memphis Cushman – is no stranger to flashing the flesh on social media.
In April she flaunted her curvaceous figure in see-through lingerie.
The Onlyfans model posted a risque photo of herself in mint-green lingerie while holding a seductive pose on a balcony.
The sheer stockings, garter belt and transparent top of her bra and pants left no room for the imagination.
Memphis captioned a post with: “If I were a fictional creature, what kind of being would I be?”
Danielle’s child recently took a huge step in her life by deciding to move to Puerto Rico – where her mom is living – for a year.
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Burlesque actress Danielle (47), made the announcement in a picture she shared with her dog and daughter on an island.
Memphis wore a graphic black T-shirt with a pair of tiny black shorts.
Danielle wrote in her caption, “My grrrl@memiibaby will be moving to an island in the Caribbean for the next 12 months to help her momma in the local community and to experience new things.
“She works specifically with Barks of Hope to train more difficult dogs.”
Leo, at Barks of Hope, says that some of the larger dogs can’t be walked on a lead because they are too strong. Memphis is great with dogs.”
When she’s not knee deep in dogs, pigs or mugs we love to go on a trip. [sic] “Discover island nature and adventure.”
She encouraged people to get involved in the local community.
The American Pickers star said: “Many people want to help but many people have intensive jobs or family lives that also need to be prioritized, assess that.
Compassion opens the eyes of those who are suffering and in need.
The message concluded with the following: “We’re not here to help anyone, but we do need to support each other. We live here and we all require assistance.”