Kaitlyn Bristowe knows how to poke fun at herself.
In the first photo, the "Off The Vine" host posed next to an inground pool. She wore a pair of white trousers with a strapless, lace corset. To complete her look, the 37-year-old added a tasseled jacket and mesh stiletto pumps.
Bristowe complimented her all-white ensemble with silver, dangly earrings and styled her hair in a low bun.
However, the television personality's evening took an unexpected turn. On the second slide, Bristowe posted a video of her falling into the pool with a cake and a bunch of ivory balloons.
"And then I fell into the pool," she captioned the post alongside the arrow emoji.
Fans thanked Bristowe for not taking herself too seriously and praised her "clean girl" aesthetic.
"Now, that's what I call 'clean girl' aesthetic! Pun intended. You're gorgeous. I love that corset on you!" an Instagram user commented.
Another wrote: "We love a lighthearted queen that knows how to make fun of herself sometimes!"
"Aww, no! But honestly, you continued to still be flawless!" a fan added.
"At least you got a good photo first!" someone pointed out.
"But your hair and makeup looks flawless afterward," another penned.
"You embrace these moments with such humility and grace! This is why we just adore you," commented another.
While her look stayed intact after an unexpected swim, the reality star knows that looks aren't everything. Last week, Bristowe told her fans that "your looks are the least important thing about you" on Instagram.
The former "Dancing With The Stars" winner shared a makeup-free video of herself with the words "fake," "too skinny," "plastic," and "old" written on her body.
"I am more than my looks," Bristowe captioned the video, adding that appearance doesn't define character.
"I hope this reminds you you’re so much more than what people see. You are so much more than your looks. In fact, your looks are the least important thing about you," she wrote.
Bristowe also admitted that after her time on "The Bachelor," she found her online haters to be overwhelming and hurtful, and has made it a point to find the "inner strength" to ignore these negative comments.