Irina Shayk playing with Lea De Seine in a New York City park alongside her mom Olga Shaykhlislamova after denying rumors she got lip injections.
The Russian model was giggling as she tried to go down the slide (only to get stuck on the way down) as little Lea waited for her at the bottom.
The two-year-old tot was wearing a pink dress and pink sneakers and had a yellow scrunchie in her head as she gave her mama a helping hand as she got to the bottom of the slide.
The mom and daughter duo were seen walking around the park’s jungle gym as they enjoyed their sunny day in NYC while grandma watched from the Sidelines.
The 25-year-old mom looked stylish in a black denim jacket, red floral summer dress, black combat boots, and cherry embellished handbag as she walked with her mom who was pushing Lea’s stroller — a Russian children’s book was seen alongside the tot’s sippy cup hanging from the stroller.
Shayk recently addressed the misconception that she’s gotten lip injections to better her appearance in a Harper Bazaar interview — “Look, if somebody wants to inject their lips because they feel bad, God bless them. I don’t judge anyone,” the model said.
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The supermodel of the moment tapped hairstylist @HarryJoshHair and makeup artist @TTMakarova as her glam team for her first-ever BAZAAR.com digital cover and profile. Shayk lets us in on a few of her closely-guarded beauty secrets, and shares an eyebrow-plucking horror story.
“I always promote natural beauty because I think we live in this perfect world where everyone wants to be perfect”, she continued, “but I’m not perfect. Sometimes I have a double chin. Perfection doesn’t exist.”
“And if I read [a headline] and it’s like, ‘She had injections, her lips look like dumplings,’ I just laugh because it just makes me, I don’t want to say it makes me happy, but I think in this life you have to have a sense of humor,” she explained. “With everything that’s going on in the world, you have to take it easy. Some people are going to love you, some people are going to hate you. It doesn’t really disturb my life.”