Bella Hadid cut a typically trendy figure when she stepped out in New York on Wednesday.
Flashing her toned abs in a midriff-baring T-shirt teamed with white tracksuit bottoms, the supermodel, 24, looked radiant as she went about her day.
With her glossy brunette hair swept up into a bun, Bella kept the sunshine at bay with a pair of black sunglasses and wore a white face mask in keeping with pandemic protocol.
Toned: Bella Hadid, 24, cut a typically trendy figure when she stepped out in New York on Wednesday, flashing her toned abs in a midriff-baring t-shirt
Bella slipped into a pair of crisp white trainers and carried her belongings on her back in a black rucksack.
The brunette beauty accessorised with a trio of necklaces and wore a stack of beaded bracelets on her right wrist.
She carried her phone in her right hand as she strolled in the sunshine.
It comes after Bella shared a sobbing selfie saying she felt a ‘deep sense of pain,’ for the people of Palestine as she continued to take sides — despite many calling her previous social media posts ‘mis-informed.’
Trendy: Bella teamed her top with white tracksuit bottoms and the supermodel looked radiant as she went about her day
The Palestinian-Dutch supermodel has been very vocal about her opinions on the ongoing geopolitical conflict between Israel and Palestine.
Pro-Palestinian protests took place in New York City over the weekend.
Bella shared a series of clips and photos of herself marching through the Big Apple’s streets, writing: ‘The way my heart feels.. To be around this many beautiful, smart, respectful, loving , kind and generous Palestinians all in one place… it feels whole ! We are a rare breed!!’
All in the detail: The brunette beauty accessorised with a trio of necklaces and wore a stack of beaded bracelets on her right wrist
Taking to the streets: Pro-Palestinian protests took place in New York City over the weekend, with crowds of people attending including Bella and friends
Photos: Bella shared a series of clips and photos of herself marching through the Big Apple’s streets
Bella wrote: ‘The way my heart feels.. To be around this many beautiful, smart, respectful, loving , kind and generous Palestinians all in one place’
Days earlier ago the daughter of multi-millionaire Mohamed Hadid (a Palestinian real estate developer) was slammed for sharing a graphic that said Israel was not a country, for which she was accused of anti-semitism.
Bella posted a closeup shot of her face with tears streaming down her cheeks as she continued to speak on the situation.
‘I feel a deep sense of pain for Palestine and for my Palestinian brothers and sisters today and everyday. watching these videos physically breaks my heart into 100 different pieces.
‘You cannot allow yourself to be desensitized to watching human life being taken. You just can’t. Palestinian lives are the lives that will help change the world. And they are being taken from us by the second. #FreePalestine’
Days ago the Malibu-raised socialite found herself in hot water after she shared a graphic with anti-semitic rhetoric — the multi-slide post reading (among other things) that Israel was not a country and was a land settled by colonizers.
Sobbing selfie: Bella posted a sobbing selfie and talked about ‘deep sense of pain’ she feels for Palestine as she continued to takes sides on the geopolitical conflict
Her post about the nation state — which was established in 1948 —was said to have inflamed the very fraught situation and contributed to rising anti-semitism on a global scale.
Numbers wise Bella boasts 41.7M Instagram followers — three times the number of Jews in the world.
‘There is NO place for this!!! Especially in 2021!!!! it has always been #freepalestine. ALWAYS. I have a lot to say about this but for now, please read and educate yourself. This is not about religion. This is not about spewing hate on one or the other. This is about Israeli colonization, ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid over the Palestinian people that has been going on for YEARS,’ she captioned the now-deleted post.
‘Israel colonization’: The supermodel shared a 10 slide graphic which said Israel was responsible for ‘ethnic cleansing’ and was not a country but a land settled by colonizers
Public stance: ‘I stand with my Palestinian brothers and sisters, I will protect and support you as best as I can,’ she said in her post
Palestinian roots: The daughter of Palestinian real estate developed Mohamed and former Real Housewife Yolanda Hadid was slammed for after sharing a now-deleted anti-semitic post that said Israel wasn’t a country days ago