Model Natalie Roser showcases her flawless bikini body after scoliosis surgery

She recently gained several centimetres in height after undergoing surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis.

And model Natalie Roser looked more confident than ever on Friday as she showed off her statuesque frame in a colourful bikini.

The 183cm-tall model, 31, flaunted her figure in the eye-catching two-piece by Reina Olga beachwear while soaking up the sun outdoors.

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She’s glowing! Natalie Roser looked more confident than ever on Friday as she showed off her statuesque frame in a colourful bikini, just months after life-changing scoliosis Surgery

The stylish bikini drew attention to her lean abs, long legs and golden tan.

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Natalie accessorised her look with a gold necklace, pink-tinted sunglasses and a peach bucket hat.

‘Good friends, sunshine and freezing ocean dips. Good for the soul. Good for the hips,’ she wrote on Instagram.

Stunning: The 183cm-tall model, 31, flaunted her figure in the eye-catching two-piece by Reina Olga beachwear while soaking up the sun outdoors

Perfection: The stylish bikini drew attention to her lean abs, long legs and golden tan 

Chic: Natalie accessorised with a gold necklace, tinted sunglasses and a peach bucket hat

Natalie revealed in June she felt ‘weird’ after growing several centimetres taller following her scoliosis surgery.

‘[I’m] 183cm tall at least because I don’t know If I’m standing up properly yet,’ she said during an Instagram Q&A. ‘But yeah, [I’m] six feet tall. It feels weird. I feel taller.’

The Newcastle-born model had undergone surgery a month earlier to correct the curvature, which develops in about one in every 15 Australian girls during puberty.

Growth spurt: Natalie revealed in June she felt ‘weird’ after growing several centimetres taller following her scoliosis surgery. Pictured in hospital after her surgery 

She said before going under that she was both ‘excited and terrified all at the same time’ about the operation, which isn’t without its risks.

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that typically develops during the growth-spurt stage just before puberty.

While the condition, which is estimated to affect about three per cent of teenagers worldwide, can be caused by disorders such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most scoliosis is unknown.

Surgery: The Newcastle-born model had undergone surgery a month earlier to correct the curvature, which develops in about one in every 15 Australian girls during puberty

Most cases are mild and resolve naturally, but some spine deformities worsen as children grow.

The most severe curvatures can dramatically reduce the amount of space within the chest cavity, making it difficult to breathe.

One of the most famous people to suffer from scoliosis is Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie, who was diagnosed at the age of 11.

The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson underwent corrective surgery a year later and used the resulting scar as inspiration for her wedding dress. 

Hospital stint: She said before going under that she was both ‘excited and terrified all at the same time’ about the operation, which isn’t without its risks