“Good day for the launch of BecXJaggad Swimwear,” Georgia captioned the snap, revealing it was a warm and balmy day in Melbourne on Wednesday.
The star posed in her bathroom as she wore the bikini, which features a black and navy design with a cute hot pink trim.
On her own Instagram stories just after the swimwear collection launched, Bec revealed that the bikini Georgia wore in her pic had already sold out.
But she reassured fans that she was working hard to replenish stock and the style is still available to pre-order.
“Thank you for the support! We sold out of the Cuba bikini but it is available for pre order,” Bec explained.
Bec stunned her fans last month when she posted a bikini selfie that showed off her famous slim figure.
Posing inside her home in the Victorian capital, where the star has been based during the recent stage four lockdown, the 37-year-old wore a simple black bikini while showing her 845,000 Instagram followers the results of her at-home fake tan job, using her own tanning brand Spray Aus.
“I shot a BIG campaign at home the other day (on an iPhone in my backyard 🙄😂). Instead of the usual professional spray tan I get before shoots, stage 4 lockdown called for our @sprayaus self tan mousse in Deep Dark,” Bec explained in her caption.
Hundreds of Bec’s fans took to the comments section to express their shock - and admiration - over her toned and lean figure.
“What a babe 😍❤️,” one fan wrote, while another said, You look great 💕.”
Many other fans expressed surprise that Bec’s body looks this good, even after having four children.
"Wow 4 kids and you look like that," one person wrote, while others commented “4 babies 🙌🏻” and “I have no words!”
The entrepreneur and influencer, who is married to former AFL star Chris Judd,mother to four children - Oscar, nine, Billie, six, and twins Tom and Darcy, both four.
Georgia, who is engaged to her boyfriend Lee Elliott, who she met and fell in love with on The Bachelorette in 2016, was forced to cancel her destination wedding earlier this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple had planned to get married in Italy’s Lake Como, before deciding to hold their nuptials in Tasmania.
But with strict border restrictions in place in many states and territories, including Tasmania, the couple have put their plans on hold for good now.