Hunter Haag used to spend her days entertaining youngsters at Walt Disney Resort in Orlando, Florida, by dressing up as their favourite characters.
However, the ex-Disney princess, who transformed into both Rapunzel and Belle as part of the job, prefers much skimpier outfits now that she's a social media influencer.
The blonde bombshell has built up a large fanbase on both TikTok on Instagram by exposing what it's really like to work at a Disney park.
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However, she isn't keeping up her good girl image anymore – with her regularly posing in skimpy bikinis and tiny outfits.
The 30-year-old boasts more than 27,000 fans on Instagram, who often gush over her racy swimwear and evening attire.
One snap recently showed Hunter flaunting her curves in a tiny red bikini – and fans couldn't get enough of it.
"Unreal," exclaimed one admirer after seeing the photo, while another branded her "too hot to handle".
A third praised her "jaw-dropping beauty", while a fourth said they'd be interested in a date.
The stunner also shared a similar snap in a black string bikini – even flashing a hint of underboob.
Meanwhile, a sassy green boob tube and skirt ensemble also caught attention.
"Sexy lady," wrote one admirer who saw her in the sizzling ensemble, while another added: "Gorgeous".
Her new snaps are a far cry away from her life as a Disney princess, with Hunter admitting the rules were very strict.
She previously told her TikTok fans in a video: "You have to be really careful about what you put online as far as pictures go, and make sure no one comments on your photos being like, 'Oh my gosh, you’re so beautiful!', because all of the comments have to be directed to the character."
Sharing more details about the job, which she did between 2016-2021, Hunter claimed she was never able to tell anyone that she was 'a character.'
"It's a super exciting job, but if someone asks what you do, I would say something like, 'Oh, I work in merchandise at Adventureland', because they can't know you're a character," she explained.
She also branded the audition process 'traumatising' because she said it was solely based on your looks.
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Even once you've got the job, Hunter says you're 'checked over' to make sure you still fit the role.
"'Every eight months, we would get checked to make sure that we still fit the character profile, meaning that we still look young enough to be the character that we're portraying and that we still have the same silhouette we did when we were hired," she claimed.
"Your silhouette is your body, and they want to make sure that you're still fit enough or slender enough," the ex-Disney princess alleged.
Hunter eventually was laid off from her Disney role due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
It seems like that may have been a good thing, judging from these comments.
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