She might be a billionaire heiress with access to some of the best make-up artists in the world, but Tamara Ecclestone showed she’s just like the rest of us when she went au naturale on Instagram.
Sharing a photo with her hubby, stockbroker Jay Rutland, 37, from their family vacation to Mexico, the 33-year-old ditched the foundation and highlighter, opting for a bare-face look instead.
She captioned the loved up photo: ‘Mexican nights.’
Within seconds, many of Tamara’s 400k followers rushed to comment on the selfie, as they praised the mum-of-one for her “great skin”, and dubbed her a “natural beauty.”
“Love how natural Tamara is, such a natural beauty! Xxx” one said.
“Great Picture of the two of you, you’re a natural beauty Tamara don’t need the makeup!” another added.
“How do you look so good bare faced? Your skin is 👌,” a third wrote.
“So refreshing to see a well known public figure being happy, natural and without any pretence. What a great role model you are Mrs Rutland,” one commented.
The duo are currently enjoying the rest of the Easter holiday in Mexico with their four-year-old daughter Sofia ‘Fifi’ Rutland, and have been treating their followers to lots of amazing snaps from the sun-filled break.
And we can’t help feeling just a tad jealous…
It’s nice to see the family enjoying themselves, after coming under fire from fans last month, following Sophia’s fourth birthday party.
While many wished the tot a happy birthday, not all Tamara’s followers were supportive of Fifi’s big day, which included personalised PJs, a rainbow cake, and a mountain of presents.
“I mean seriously, does she need all of them?!” one fans asked commenting on the heap of gifts.
“This is called being spoilt….. and kids in Africa are dying from hunger!” another bluntly wrote.
Speaking of her lavish spending in the past, Tamara has admitted she worries her daughter wont’ love her if she doesn’t give her everything.
She said: “I don’t want to spoil her but, at the same time, I do want to give her everything. I do have a fear that if I say: ‘No,’ to her she won’t love me.”
Nevertheless, Tamara insisted she teaches her daughter manners, saying: “But I realise she also has to respect me, so there are times I say: ‘You can’t have this now. You’ve a birthday coming. Christmas is coming.'”
Well said, Tamara!