Supermodel Candice Swanepoel has bared pretty much all while promoting a new swimwear collection amid rumours linking her romantically to Kanye West.

The South African, 34, stripped down to the basics, including one topless, near-naked shot while modelling the range for her company Tropic of C.

The model, who has two young sons with her ex, fellow model Hermann Nicoli, is estimated to be worth some $25million (£20m).

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The Vogue cover girl has worked with some of the best-known luxury clothing brands in the world, and has been consistently ranked among the hottest women on the planet.

According to the Miami Herald in the US the Victoria’s Secret model is rumoured to be romantically linked to Kanye West, who co-parents four children with reality TV celebrity Kim Kardashian.

It was recently reported that West had been ordered to pay Kardashian $200,000 (£167,000) per month in child support in a divorce settlement.

However, the Herald said Candice was spotted "soaking up our balmy weather in a striped bikini on Saturday in Miami Beach but solita".

The Star reported in October how Candice had served up a snap of her tennisrear – like the classic Athena poster that adorned countless bedroom walls.

She posted a picture of her new collection for the Tropic of C swimwearline and the sporty Italian lifestyle brand Luisaviaroma, and also wore a black outfit on the tennis court.

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The original 1976 snap of 18-year-old player Fiona Butler scratching her knickerless bum at Edgbaston, Birmingham, became one of the world’s best-known posters, reportedly selling more than two million copies.

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