For many of us, Easter involves stuffing yourself full of chocolate until you can’t eat anymore, and then eating more chocolate.
But for celebs, it seems the holiday is an excuse to dress as a bunny and send their fans wild.
And after both Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen marked Easter with topless snaps and bunny ears, Emily Ratajkowksi bulldozed in with a photo shoot that had her fellow supermodels proclaiming ‘dammmmn’.
The 27-year-old shot an Easter-themed video for Love magazine with director Alana O’Herlihy, which involved her hopping around wearing sparkly bunny ears and dancing with a rather terrifying rabbit doll.
The black and white video saw Emily – dressed in a bra, a thong, corset and thigh-high stockings – dancing for the deranged bunny, sitting on his lap and shaving his furry face.
We’re sure Emily’s husband Sebastian Bear McClard was more than appreciative, too.
The couple tied the knot last February after just a few weeks of dating, and recently celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary.
But Emily recently had to defend her beau, after the New York Post reported that Bear-McClard owes his landlord $120,000 (£92,000) in rent, after taking advantage of a New York City rent loophole for struggling artists that allows him to not pay $4,900 (£3,700) a month rent on his and Emily’s Manhattan loft.
Emily claimed that her husband is not as rich as he seems, tweeting: ‘”Husband is 38, not 31. He’s an independent movie producer so people thinking he’s rich is real nice but not based in fact.
‘He was raised in the neighborhood he lives in now, both of his parents are artists who were priced out of their homes in downtown New York. I moved in w/ him a year ago.
‘I’m proud he’s fighting the good fight against a real estate conglomerate that bought the building he lives in for 40 million and has continued to spread misinformation on its tenants in order to profit. NYC has changed so much and it’s a shame that people who work in creative fields are being moved out of the city.’
Bear-McClard’s lawyer Michael Kozek told the New York Post that ‘Mr. McClard is fighting to save his home, which he has lived in for years. He’s an artist. Born and raised New Yorker and a child of artists who themselves fought to save their homes, including under the Loft Law.’
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