Margaret Qualley posed completely nude on Instagram

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Photo credit: Getty Images

We're all a bit obsessed with Margaret Qualley right now, following the release of her latest Netflix series, Maid. And since we're big MQ stans we're doing a round of applause for her latest Instagram post, which shows her posing completely nude on the beach with five strategically placed Chanel bags. Safe to say, her fans are also fairly obsessed.

The star is actually a brand ambassador for Chanel, so it makes slightly more sense, then, that she's got a full five of them just for a trip to the beach. The post, which Margaret shared on Instagram late last night shows her completely naked, with beach-y wet hair and five quilted Chanel bags strategically placed around her body, as well as one held between her teeth.

Margaret is everyone's favourite rising star right now, so the post quickly racked up more than 200,000 likes, meanwhile the comments were full of people love the nude shoot.

Lily-Rose Depp wrote, "I love you Margaret !!!!!!!!," while another commenter wrote, "forgot how to breathe for a sec," and someone else said, "Margaret is Magnificent ❤️❤️❤️."

Her recent project, Maid, debuted on Netflix earlier this month to rave reviews. The series follows single mother Alex (Margaret Qualley), who leaves an abusive relationship with partner Sean (Nick Robinson) and finds work as a maid in order to make a better life for her daughter Maddy (Rylea Nevaeh Whittet).

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

The series has been a huge hit with viewers who have praised the show's poignant depiction of a young mother fleeing abuse. Having been out for just a few weeks the series has already scored an impressive 8.5 on IMDb and an average audience score of 86% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Maid is out now on Netflix.

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