Ireland Baldwin Denies Claims Her New Naked Lady Tattoo Is of Kendall Jenner

Ireland Baldwin has shot down speculation that her new tattoo—showing a naked lady—is of her former school classmate, Kendall Jenner.

Baldwin, daughter of actors Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a snapshot of her colorful upper arm body art.

Captioning the image, which showed a woman bearing an uncanny resemblance to Jenner, she wrote: "Thank you @parkermidnight for bringing her to life ✨♥️," tagging tattooist Parker B., who is based at the Midnight Collective in Portland, Oregon.

But hours later, as speculation mounted as to who inspired the new tattoo, Baldwin shared an Instagram Story post to clarify that the image was not of Jenner, with whom she attended the Sierra Canyon School in Southern California.

"My tattoo isn't Kendall Jenner," Baldwin captioned a photo of herself. "She's beautiful tho so I'll take it... but it's actually an illustration that was done in the 60's."

She also hit out at apparent criticism of the new body ink, as she wrote in a follow-up post: "Also, I love my tattoos and I'm going to keep getting them because it's my body, life's short, and it's none of your business."

"Also... you thought I was trying to look a certain way for YOU?" Baldwin went on. "Wait wait wait... you thought I was going to stop getting tattoos because Bilbo Baggins over in my comments doesn't think I'm hot anymore?"

"Also I'm really sorry to Bilbo Baggins for that insult," she wrote as she addressed the Lord of the Rings character. "He didn't deserve that."

Back in 2017, Baldwin's dad, Alec Baldwin, spoke out in Jenner's defense, as she faced backlash for appearing in a Pepsi commercial that was accused of undermining the Black Lives Matter movement.

In the ad, which premiered in April 2017, Jenner was seen cheerfully giving a police officer a can of Pepsi in the midst of a protest. Pepsi was criticized and accused of reducing the emotion and passion behind those involved in protests.

Amid the furious backlash, 30 Rock star Alec Baldwin wrote on Twitter: "Don't blame Kendall Jenner for that spot. Kendall is still a very young, inexperienced woman in an awful business. Blame her management."

"I remember when my daughter Ireland and Kendall were little kids in school," he continued. "I think it's unfair to rake these younger ppl over the coals."

The star then lashed out at American culture as a whole, writing: "The US is such a sadistically shame-based, blame-centered culture..."

In a statement to Entertainment Weekly at the time, Pepsi said of the criticism: "This is a global ad that reflects people from different walks of life coming together in a spirit of harmony, and we think that's an important message to convey."

The commercial was pulled from the air within 24 hours of being released.

Ireland Baldwin and Kendall Jenner
Ireland Baldwin (L) has denied speculation that her latest tattoo is of model Kendall Jenner (R), with whom she went to school. Steve Granitz/WireImage;/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Renell Medrano & WeTransfer