She has the leggy siren who has long been an advocate for body positivity.
And almost a year after she last stripped down, former model and best-selling author Tara Moss is baring it all again, in the name of self-acceptance.
Opening up in the Sunday issue of Stellar Magazine, the Canadian-Australian beauty revealed why appearing in the Mighty Good Undies' Bare for Good campaign is more important than ever.
'I have stretch marks, you can call them stretch marks. I'm 45 now so it's not, like, big on my list of things to get in my undies in front of people,' she said.
'But if asked, I'm going to rock up because I would've done it at 25, and I just don't want to be ageist about other people, and that includes me.'
She hopes the campaign will 'shine a light on sustainable and fairtrade practices' saying she would like it to become commonplace in the fashion industry.
As a self-professed fashionista and red-carpet regular, Tara states that she's trying her best to be more conscious with what she now wears and how she acts as a consumer.
The brand Mighty Good Undies prides itself on manufacturing its products only in factories that provide safe working conditions and fair pay.
Always an advocate for body positivity, Last year, Tara took to Instagram to tell her fans: 'I've said this before, here on this account, and in my book The Fictional Woman, and I'll say it again: ALL BODIES ARE GOOD BODIES'.
'My body is no more or less good or worthy of self care and love now at 44 than it was at 24, or 4. No more or less worthy after a baby or after an injury.'
'It is different, but it is good and it is mine, and I will love it and appreciate my body for what it is and what it can do. My body is a good body, because all bodies are good bodies.'
Since finding fame as a teen model, Tara has gone on to publish 11 books and last year fronted ABC anti-bullying series Cyberhate.
Tara is now working on two books, her 12th and 13th, with the first due out in October and the other, which is set in 1940s Sydney, will drop next year.