Lili Reinhart Poses Topless In Venice At Sunset, And It's Basically A Painting

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Lili Reinhart Poses Topless In Venice At Sunset, And It's Basically A Painting


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  • Lili Reinhart is soaking in her time at the 79th annual Venice Film Festival.

  • The Riverdale actress, 25, shared a snap of herself topless overlooking the city, showing off her strong arms and shoulders.

  • Lili's focused on staying healthy, and her workouts are inspired by Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot.

Lili Reinhart is soaking in her time at the 79th annual Venice Film Festival—and that includes some amazing sunsets sans clothes. (Although her red carpet outfits have been amazing!)

The Riverdale actress, 25, shared a snap of herself topless overlooking the city, showing off her strong arms and shoulders.

"It’s me, your little Venice bitch," she captioned the pic, a reference to Lana Del Rey's song "Venice Bitch."

And her famous friends and followers are loving it. KeKe Palmer commented, "My girl!!!!!!" and Vanessa Morgan wrote, "UHM 😍 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Framing this in my house."

Lili's focused on staying strong and healthy, and her workouts are inspired by Wonder Woman herself.

“I was inspired by Gal Gadot," she shared with Us Weekly. "I was like, I want to be like you. I want to be strong...I didn’t feel like, ‘Oh I needed to be skinny or thin. It totally wasn’t like that.’”

Lili has previously opened up about her struggles with body image and body dysmorphia.

"It’s hard because I’ve totally been on the receiving end of the mirror and thinking that’s not what I want to look like,” she told Us Weekly. “But if you’re doing things that make you happy and you think you are treating your body well by nourishing it with good food and exercise then you should just accept yourself.”

And in January 2022, Lili shared on Instagram that she had, "been struggling with obsessive thoughts about my body/weight the last few months and it's gotten pretty severe in the last week," via People.

She added, "It's painful to think hundreds of millions of us are so concerned with what our bodies look like...I know I'm not alone in this toxic way of thinking about my body. And it's heartbreaking that this feeling is understood by so many of us."

She ended the post with an encouraging note for others to "continue to talk about it. Normalize it. Empathize with others. Show compassion and kindness."

In 2018, Lili shared an empowering message on Instagram.

"Some days are harder than others to accept your body for how it is. The “ideal body” is often presented to us as looking one particular way... but that’s a concept I hope to help change. There is not one shape that’s more beautiful than another," she wrote.

I love it, Lili!

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