Ex-Miss Croatia who continues to wear ‘disrespectful’ outfits shows off rear

Former Miss Croatia Ivana Knoll is continuing to block out the haters after facing backlash for her daring World Cup outfits.

Ivana, who is a model and influencer in her home country, has stripped down to some of her skimpiest clothing throughout the tournament despite Qatar's conservative rules. She's been branded "disrespectful" by some.

But that didn't stop her from sporting a figure-hugging one-piece bikini covered in Croatia's traditional checkerboard red and white colours. Ivana posed on a beach in Doha, showing off her backside to her 1.1million Instagram followers.

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The 26-year-old has seen her celebrity sky-rocket in recent weeks and has been turning heads at every World Cup game she's attended.

She watched her nation progress to the knockout stages with a 0-0 draw against Belgium on Thursday (December 1) while wearing a bikini top and leggings.

And Ivana took the time to troll Romelu Lukaku, who missed several sitters, after the match as she wrote: "Besides me Lukaku showed the most today. Let's go!"

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She's defended her choice of outfits, telling PA: "First I was thinking if the World Cup is happening there, they will allow us everything to make it comfortable for all fans without any of the restrictions.

"Then I heard about the rules and I was shocked. The dress code forbids showing shoulders, knees, belly and everything and I was like ‘Oh my God, I don’t even have the clothes to cover all of that’.

"I was super angry because if I’m not a Muslim and if we in Europe respect hijab and niqab, I think they need also to respect our way of life, our religion and in the end me wearing dresses, bikinis because I’m Catholic from Croatia who is here because of the World Cup.

“But when I arrived I was surprised they were not making any problems about dressing, they allow you to wear everything what you want – except in government buildings, and in the end that’s fine."

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