This weekend, Daisy Lowe shared a series of risqué photos on her Instagram account.
The model confidently posed nude in front of a mirror, concealing certain areas that are typically restricted on social media, set in a bathroom reminiscent of the eighties era, complete with vibrant floral wallpaper.
Lowe is currently enjoying a trip to California with her partner, Jordan Saul, and accompanied her photos with the caption “Jet Lag Diaries.”
The 32-year-old model rose to prominence as a participant in the British dance contest, Strictly Come Dancing, in 2016.
Unknown to many new fans, the model had already been a prominent figure before gracing the stage on the BBC.
About Daisy Lowe
Lowe was born in London, England, in January 1989 to textile designer and songwriter Pearl Lowe.
Lowe had believed she was the daughter of her mother’s ex-partner Bronner Handwerger until a paternity test in 2004 confirmed her biological father was Gavin Rossdale, the singer, and guitarist of Bush.
Prior to the test, Lowe had always considered Rossdale her godfather, and her mother chronicled the entire ordeal in her memoir All That Glitters.
Lowe has two younger half-brothers and a half-sister from Pearl’s marriage to Danny Goffey and three more half-brothers from her father’s previous marriage to Gwen Stefani.
Her career commenced at the tender age of two when she appeared in a music video for Curiosity Killed the Cat.
During her childhood, she also featured on the cover of the Leigh Bowery single, Plastic Bag.
Following a Teen Vogue photoshoot in 2003, a talent scout in Camden spotted the fifteen-year-old Daisy Lowe and promptly signed her with Select Model Management.
Daisy Lowe (Professional Model)
For Lowe’s initial major campaign, she starred in an advertisement for Agent Provocateur in both 2006 and 2008.
She participated in a BBC series named Class of 2008 alongside four friends and her then-boyfriend Will Cameron, marking her first television experience.
Lowe also made appearances in MTV’s Daisy Lowe in 24 hours.
Lowe has also achieved significant success on the runway, making her debut at Chanel after being personally chosen by Karl Lagerfeld.
She has walked the runways in New York, Milan, and London, gracing shows for renowned brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Lepore, PPQ, Charlotte Ronson, Henry Holland, and other esteemed designers.
Her most cherished photoshoot was for the Whistles campaign, where she expressed to British Vogue:
“The Whistles campaign was a standout shoot for me,” emphasizing that “modeling is an exciting outlet for me to express myself, and fashion has always captivated me. I love that fashion merges with my other passions – music and art.”
Lowe has become renowned in the United Kingdom for her unique appearance and unwavering self-assurance.
Viviene Westwood once lauded Lowe as “a bombshell [who] has unequivocally the best walk – confident and proud. She possesses the rare quality of never needing to pretend to be anyone except herself.”
Daisy Lowe on Television
In 2009, Lowe featured in the accompanying film for Noah and the Whale’s second album, The First Days of Spring.
Lowe also appeared in music videos for Armand Van Helden, Dirty Pretty Things, and the Sam Smith 2014 single called ‘Leave Your Lover.’
Lowe gained national acclaim through her participation in the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.
She was partnered with professional dancer Aljaž Skorjanec, ultimately finishing in seventh place after a dance-off with Greg Rutherford and Natalie Lowe.
Despite an early exit, Lowe garnered immense affection from fans and treasured her time on the show, expressing:
“I’ve cherished every moment. Thank you so much for everything.”
The Romantic Relationships Of Daisy Lowe
Prior to publicly celebrating her relationship with Jordan Saul, Lowe experienced a series of high-profile romances throughout her career.
Her initial significant partnership was with English singer Will Cameron, whom she dated from 2007 to 2009.
The couple seemed deeply committed even relocating to New York City together, with Lowe describing Cameron as the love of her life.
Allegedly, they parted ways because Lowe wished to return to the United Kingdom to be closer to her family and friends.
Subsequently, she was linked to musician Mark Ronson during a hiatus from her on-and-off relationship with Cameron in 2008.
Lowe and Ronson were in a relationship when she was 19, and he was 32, with many citing the 13-year age difference as the reason for the brief liaison.
After breaking up with Cameron, Lowe was reportedly romantically involved with Charlie Fink, the frontman of Noah and the Whale.
The duo met during the Glastonbury festival and commenced dating during a video shoot.
“She worked on the music video and they spent a lot of time together. Daisy knew she couldn’t be with Will [Cameron] any more,” a source disclosed at the time.
Lowe, however, refuted the speculation.
Her most significant relationship post-Cameron was the six-month period she spent with Jack Peñate.
The two had been friends for over ten years before embarking on a romance in the autumn of 2020.
The model terminated the relationship in the midst of the year – just prior to the lockdown – citing divergent aspirations for their relationship.
Since 2021, Lowe has been in a relationship with real estate agent Jordan Saul.
She narrated the story of their encounter in an Instagram post on their first anniversary in June 2021.
Lowe disclosed that while walking her dog, she crossed paths with Saul walking his German Shepherd, and the rest, as they say, is history.
In the post’s caption, she fondly expressed:
“Here we are a year later, braving numerous lockdowns, escapades, mishaps, and victories. You @jordanjaysaul have been my savior. Through and through. Thank you for feeling like home & always making me chuckle even when I don’t really want to! It’s the best when I make you laugh so hard your legs give way….”
Embracing Body Positivity
Lowe avidly advocates body positivity, vocalizing how the industry negatively influenced her body image.
Since then, she has learned to embrace her figure, an experience she detailed in her cookbook, Sweetness and Light, where she expressed her desire to compile a collection of recipes that permit indulgence without compromising one’s well-being.”