‘World’s hottest Marine’ Shannon Ihrke strips down in new desert photo shoot

The 'World's hottest Marine" Shannon Ihrke has stripped off for a new desert photo shoot as she shows support for President Trump’s U.K. visit.

The 29-year-old from Minnesota is pictured wearing nothing but a tiny bikini and her gun belt in the new pictures.

“I always want our president to succeed, no matter who they are. I'm all-American and love this country! I hope Trump's visit to the UK is a great one,” she said.

“I always want our president to succeed, no matter who they are. I'm all-American and love this country! I hope Trump's visit to the UK is a great one,” she said. (Jam Press)

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“I always want our president to succeed, no matter who they are. I'm all-American and love this country!"

— Shannon Ihrke

Trump is on an official state visit to the U.K. and, while there have been some protests, Ihrke is right behind her commander in chief.

“I always want our president to succeed, no matter who they are. I'm all-American and love this country! I hope Trump's visit to the U.K. is a great one,” she said.

The former Marine-turned-model shares jaw-dropping pictures with her 148,000 followers on Instagram and regularly gets marriage offers from strangers.

The former Marine-turned-model shares jaw-dropping pictures with her 148,000 followers on Instagram and regularly gets marriage offers from strangers. (Jam Press)

Her new pictures have been taken by photographer Thomas Prusso.

The former Marine-turned-model shares jaw-dropping pictures with her 148,000 followers on Instagram and regularly gets marriage offers from strangers.

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“I owe the Marine Corps my life, hands down. It gave me a reason to wake up, push myself, set goals, and to push myself even harder when things got tough."

— Shannon Ihrke

Ihrke joined the military at age 19 and served on active duty for four years, including in Afghanistan.

"As a female in the Marine Corps you have to work twice as hard as the men in order to feel like their equal,” she said.

“I owe the Marine Corps my life, hands down. It gave me a reason to wake up, push myself, set goals, and to push myself even harder when things got tough," she said. ​​​“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation... and although I am no longer on active duty, I will always bleed green."

“I owe the Marine Corps my life, hands down. It gave me a reason to wake up, push myself, set goals, and to push myself even harder when things got tough," she said. ​​​“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation... and although I am no longer on active duty, I will always bleed green." (Jam Press)

“A lot of the Marines initially thought that I might not be able to keep up physically, or that I somehow wasn't as strong as them so I made it my mission to prove them wrong.

“I came in guns blazing in order to show that I wasn't someone that could be pushed around, brushed off, or not taken seriously," she said.

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"It was hard but it was also completely necessary. I pushed my body harder than I could have ever imagined and I learned to remain calm and collected in the midst of chaos,” she recalled.

Ihrke became a sergeant, traveled the world and, thanks to the GI Bill, earned a science degree from Elmhurst College in Illinois.

She joined the military in 2008. On leaving the Marines, Ihrke turned her ambitions to modeling.

She joined the military in 2008. On leaving the Marines, Ihrke turned her ambitions to modeling. (Prusso)

On leaving the Marines, Ihrke turned her ambitions to modeling.

“In the military, I was always concerned about being the best I could be for my brothers and sisters in arms,” she said.

The Marine - turned model - turned horse trainer said she still supports military charities after she left active duty. "“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation."

The Marine - turned model - turned horse trainer said she still supports military charities after she left active duty. "“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation." (Ihrke)

“In the modeling world you really have to push yourself to success because no one is going to do it for you, you have to go out and get it yourself.

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“I owe the Marine Corps my life, hands down. It gave me a reason to wake up, push myself, set goals, and to push myself even harder when things got tough.

“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation... and although I am no longer on active duty, I will always bleed green."

“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation... and although I am no longer on active duty, I will always bleed green." (Prusso)

“Had I not had other dreams I still wanted to accomplish in my life I would have re-enlisted without hesitation... and although I am no longer on active duty, I will always bleed green.

“Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But the Marines don't have that problem.”

This story originally appeared on The Sun. Read more content from The Sun here.