Gabrielle Union made a name for herself in 2000’s Bring It On and since then has appeared on a variety of TV shows and films. The beauty is never afraid to show off some skin. It appears, Gabrielle is feeling really comfortable in her own skin.

 At 49 years of age, Union still has the ability to dazzle. She recently shared a completely nude snap to her 20.6million Instagram followers on Friday. She also hinted that she has ‘struggled mightily’ over the past few months, though she did not say why. 

Gabrielle captioned the revealing snap, “Naked & Unafraid. The Rebirth Will Be GLORIOUS,” as she posed naked sitting in a makeup chair. She continued in the caption, “PS Thank you @laurenlondon you showed up like the angel you are and dropped some knowledge & love on me that has changed the course of my life….”

It is not yet clear what hardships the star is referring to, or if the ‘rebirth’ is part of a secret new project, though hopefully for fans, all will be revealed soon. This latest racy photo follows a series of portraits that the actress shared earlier this week.

The Cheaper By the Dozen star posted several photos on Instagram in the dress that featured crisscross straps and a bikini-like top along with a hugging skirt. Union is certainly more than confident in her own skin. We applaud her for spreading positivity as well. Meanwhile, you can check her latest post below.

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