We're guessing you've heard of Lily Collins, the 28-year-old daughter of musician Phil Collins—and, as you can imagine, she's really attractive.
That's easy to see anytime you've seen Lily, but her latest photos for Shape magazine are only further proof, as Collins slipped into a couple different bikinis and lost her top a few times to tease us for some incredible memories.
But, as the video above shows, this is sort of par for the course for Lily Collins, as she's been known to heat up Instagram with some fire photos. However, these just have a different feeling to them, don't you think?
The best part about the photoshoot? She's mixing physical sexiness with brains, making the rounds to promote her new book entitled Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me—which just sounds like something we're interesting in hearing more about.
MORE: 'Get Ready for Summer With These Photos of Hot Celebrities in Thong Bikinis' Back to that figure of hers, though... because it's gotten our attention, obviously. Here's what Lily Collins had to tell Shape in her interview, believing it's nature versus nurture when it comes to staying in shape.
"I'm a clean eater. I love chicken, fish, and vegetables and grains like quinoa, but I don't eat red meat. I steer clear of processed foods. I'm very farm-to-table; growing up in the English countryside, it was a way of life, not a trend. I also treat myself to the occasional dessert when I'm out with friends. But on the daily, I want to give my body what it needs to be the best version of myself. When I splurge, it's usually on things that I've baked, because it's satisfying physically and emotionally. I'm not gluten-free or vegan, but I love baking things because of the sense of accomplishment I get from creating something that's yummy and healthy. I make everything from doughnuts to birthday cakes and banana-walnut bread. There was a time when I wouldn't let myself taste those kinds of foods, let alone make them. I bake from the heart. I put love out there, and it goes right back in."
Hey, whatever's working for you, Lily, keep it up!