'Last job of the year': Victoria's Secret bombshell Bridget Malcolm shows off her incredibly toned abs during lingerie shoot after slamming eating disorder rumours

She's hot off the Victoria's Secret runway in Paris.

And Bridget Malcolm has completed the final of her model duties for this year, sharing a glimpse of her last shoot of 2016 via Instagram.

Showing off her chiselled abs and lithe limbs in a cream lingerie set, the 25-year-old captioned the selfie: 'Such a gratuitous shot. But yolo (sic) - last job of the year ladies and jellyfish.'

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'Yolo': Bridget Malcolm isn't shy about flaunting her chiselled abs and lithe limbs as she completes her final modelling job for this year

With one arm raised to sweep her blonde lock off her face, the catwalk star smiled as she snapped the photo while standing in front of the hair and makeup mirror.

Bridget's latest post comes after the Perth-born beauty spoke out against internet trolls who accused her of having an eating disorder.

The slender Victoria's Secret model firmly told The Daily Telegraph this week that she doesn't suffer from the 'horrific' disorder.

Hot off the runway: The 25-year-old walked the runway at this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Paris last month 

Breaking her silence: The slender model also recently slammed online trolls who accused her of having an eating disorder

The blonde beauty also used the opportunity to take a jab at the haters and online trolls who made the accusations in the first place.

'There's a whole world out there beyond your screen. Go fill your short time on this earth seeing it,' said the fed-up star.

The Perth-born beauty explained that a model's job is like that of an athlete's - in that being health-conscious and taking good care of their bodies is part of her job.

'I don't have an eating disorder': The Victoria Secret's model denied that she has an eating disorder after trolls questioned her on social media

'It's so irrelevant to who they are as a person': The Perth-born model also spoke candidly about body shamers in an interview with Stellar magazine recently

Speaking to Stellar magazine recently the vegan spoke candidly about her experience with 'body shamers'.

'Whether it's fat or skinny-shaming, it's such a superfluous thing to do to someone,' said the Seafolly model.

It's a topic Bridget has become all too familiar with, having made headlines last year after responding to social media trolls who claimed she had an eating disorder.

'Can we STOP with the skinny shaming please?' she wrote at the time. 

 'I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic': Bridget previously insisted her slim frame comes naturally and with hard work at the gym

'I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic.' 

She explained: 'I have worked hard to look like this and am proud of my body.

'I may not be the curviest but I am a woman who has every right to look the way I do. 

'Maybe today take a look inside yourself and wonder why you feel the need to shame strangers over the Internet about their bodies.' 

Bridget previously spoke to Daily Mail Australia about trolls, saying: 'I know that those people are hurting inside and I hope that they find some happiness really.'

'I may not be the curviest but I am a woman who has every right to look the way I do,' the blonde beauty wrote last year

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