Sexy Alexandra Daddario drives fans wild with naked Instagram selfie

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Summer may be heating up, but Alexandra Daddario is stripping down in the snow.

The “White Lotus” star got fans buzzing after sharing a nude mirror selfie from her mountain getaway on Instagram Sunday.

The 37-year-old actress can be seen holding a Polaroid camera to her face in the snap as she poses naked on her bed.

She simply captioned the photo with a mountain emoji.

Fans quickly reacted to the sultry image — which has already received over 1.3 million likes — with a series of thirsty comments, including, “And the internet melts down.”

One follower added, “let them breathe,” while another called Daddario “an angel.”

A fourth commenter wrote: “You are so sexy”

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The “Baywatch” star — who is married to producer Andrew Form — hasn’t been shy in the past about showing off her body on social media.

She also went viral in December by posting photos of herself skinny-dipping in a pool.

“Take a vacation from your problems, Bob,” she captioned the steamy snap.

Daddario previously addressed the attention she gets on her physical appearance, telling Men’s Journal last year that she wasn’t “aware” of her “sex appeal” until seeing the reaction to her 2014 nude scene in HBO’s “True Detective.”

She explained: “I have a lot of thoughts on this topic, but for example, when ‘True Detective’ came out and I was naked on the show, and it was huge for my career and the phone was ringing and I got some work off of it.”

However, Daddario admitted the response to her looks isn’t always positive.

“I happen to have a lot of fun with getting dressed up and playing roles, and even on red carpets, I’m kind of playing a role,” she said.

“It’s great, it’s fun, but I think it can be negative, some of the attention, and so I try to ignore some of the more negative aspects of it.”

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