• Supermodel Karlie Kloss was pictured with a peach covering her bottom
  • Japanese parents have been sharing photos for a new social media trend
  • The trend shows babies with their bottoms covered in pictures by fruit
  • Some adults have used peach emojis instead of the fruit 

Alisha Buaya

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Lauren Ingram For Daily Mail Australia

This week, a bizarre social media trend emerged that saw mothers, primarily in Japan, snapping pictures of their babies, with their bottoms covered by a fuzzy peach.

Now, adults are jumping on the bandwagon. 

Celebrity photographer Cass Bird shared a picture covering supermodel Karlie Kloss’ behind with a peach on Instagram.

The post has generated over 13,000 likes and over 200 comments since it was uploaded.

Just peachy! Karlie Kloss pictured by photographer friend Cass Bird covering a derriere with a peach

Just peachy! Karlie Kloss pictured by photographer friend Cass Bird covering a derriere with a peach

How strange: The bizarre social media trend from earlier in the week saw Japanese mothers posting pictures of their naked babies with fuzzy peaches covering their bottoms 

How strange: The bizarre social media trend from earlier in the week saw Japanese mothers posting pictures of their naked babies with fuzzy peaches covering their bottoms 

And it looks like other grown ups have also got on board with the trend ,sharing pictures of peach covered derrieres.

One Instagrammer cheekily posed for her peach bottom picture with a backdrop picture of the Italian coastline.

Another person shared a sneaky post holding up the fruit above their female friend’s rear as she has her back turned away from the camera.

Some of the pictures were taken at the gym as people worked out lifting weights, using a peach emoji rather than the real deal. 

Cheeky pose: This Instagrammer shares her peach-bottom picture standing in front of a backdrop of the Italian Amalfi coast

Cheeky pose: This Instagrammer shares her peach-bottom picture standing in front of a backdrop of the Italian Amalfi coast

Peach emoji: Other people on social media have shared their emoji take on the peach bum trend of gym goers working out
Some adults have used the peach emoji in place of the actual fruit

Peach emoji: Other people on social media have shared their emoji take on the peach bum trend of gym goers working out

Sneaky peach: Another person has captured a sneaky picture as their female friend has her back turned away from the camera

Sneaky peach: Another person has captured a sneaky picture as their female friend has her back turned away from the camera

The social media trend first appeared in Japan and is believed to have been started after a photo printing company Kodomono ran a competition on Instagram.

The competition challenged parents to share photos of their children that they ‘want to keep’.

After one or two parents shared photos of their children with fruit covering their behinds, it seemed to catch on. Soon thousands of others were sharing photos on the hashtag doing the same.

Many parents who shared their posts strategically placing the fruit over their baby’s derriere. 

And while there are many other adorable photos of children that have been submitted on Instagram to the competition, we think the peach butts have got to take it out.

Cutie: One parent pictured their baby's derriere covered whilst browsing for a book (above)

Cutie: One parent pictured their baby’s derriere covered whilst browsing for a book (above)

Cheeky: Japanese parents have been sharing photos of their baby's bottoms covered by peaches (above) and cute little captions

Cheeky: Japanese parents have been sharing photos of their baby’s bottoms covered by peaches (above) and cute little captions

Bare bum: A Japanese photo printing company Kodomono asked parents to share a picture of their children that they 'would want to keep' for the competition

Bare bum: A Japanese photo printing company Kodomono asked parents to share a picture of their children that they ‘would want to keep’ for the competition

Peachy keen: The photos have been mostly posted on Instagram under a hashtag with the Japanese characters for the word 'peach'

Peachy keen: The photos have been mostly posted on Instagram under a hashtag with the Japanese characters for the word ‘peach’

 

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