Soaking up the sun on a yacht in Majorca, Stephanie Nelson flaunts her jet-set lifestyle.
As dance music blares out the beauty therapist, who last week was jailed for 10 years, pans the camera round to show off dozens of other vessels moored up in the marina in Palma.
It was just one of dozens of pictures and videos the 30-year-old, from Wilmslow, posted online of herself on glamorous overseas holidays.
Weeks after the video filmed in Palma, captioned '#happytime', Nelson was caught with £1.5m of drugs.
The swoop - by the National Crime Agency - ended a glamorous lifestyle which Nelson had charted on social media.
In one picture posted on Instagram in June last year, she can be seen dining on a yacht in the French Riviera.
In several others posted in October, the 30-year-old enjoys drinks at top restaurants in Marbella, including celebrity favourite, NOBU, and also poses in her bikini while soaking up the sunshine in the Phi Phi Islands and Phuket in Thailand in pictures taken in November.
She captioned the pictures #happytime #yachtlife #rechargeyoursoul and #partyhard.
The video and pictures emerged this week, following Nelson's sentencing.
Her lavish lifestyle fell apart on June 10 when she was stopped by Kent Police in the Dartford Tunnel.
Just 20 minutes earlier undercover officers from the National Crime Agency watched her driving her Hyundai iX35 into a pub car park in Kent, where she met 53-year-old John Markham.
She handed over two black holdalls and drove off.
But when officers searched her car they discovered a 'sophisticated and magnetised' void in the boot in which two black holdalls containing 15kg of cocaine were stored.
Nelson, who owns Porsche Cosmetics Ltd and is a former nursing degree student, sobbed in the dock after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine.
At Maidstone Crown Court Tom Nicholson, prosecuting said the cocaine was 83 per cent pure and embossed with the words 'Premium 20/20'.
Nelson, whose private clinic offers cosmetic procedures, such as botox, lip fillers and cheek augmentation, was also in possession of a BQ Aquaris encrypted phone described as 'highly sophisticated and virtually impossible' to crack.
The court heard that the same Hyundai had been seen driving to Folkestone and waiting in a car park on several occasions leading up to her arrest.
As well as now being five months pregnant, Nelson was said to be the sole carer for her seven-year-old son.
Her barrister told the court she was the victim of a controlling and physically abusive ex-partner, who had 'persuaded her to collect something' on his behalf.
Christopher Martin, defending, said she neither looked in the bags nor knew what they contained.
"It is no exaggeration to say she was and remains scared of her ex-boyfriend," he added.
But passing sentence, Judge Philip Statman said there was 'very little evidence of recent pressure or coercion'.
He told Nelson she had embarked on 'a deliberate course of conduct for financial gain' which had to be marked by a substantial prison sentence despite the profound impact on both her son and unborn child.
Judge Statman said: "Believe me when I say it is no easy task for any judge to separate a mother from a child, or indeed sentence on the basis that you will spend the remaining months of your pregnancy and the first years of your unborn child's life when it is born detained in custody.
"I appreciate that has a profound effect both on your unborn child and also on you."
Judge Statman, who described Nelson as a 'highly intelligent and good, caring mother', was told her son will now be cared for by his grandmother.
He also asked that she be allowed to complete her pregnancy 'in the best possible way' and able to remain with her baby 'as long as the prison authorities allow'.
Also appearing in court via prison TV link was her co-defendant Markham.
He also admitted conspiracy to supply cocaine and was jailed for 10 years.
The suggestion he was paid just £106 for the drop-off to Nelson was disputed by the judge who said 'rich-pickings' awaited all those involved.
He told both defendants: "Individuals such as you need to perform the critical role in ensuring the safe passage of drugs from the coast, through county lines and to the northern part of England.
"Cocaine is a highly addictive and pernicious drug. It brings with it misery and degradation to its users.
"The drugs market, if I may say so, is probably as we speak the most powerful, illicit market in the world at the present time.
"Each of you were trusted and no conspiracy of this kind could function without your effective role."
Nelson was said to have set up her beauty salon in February last year after completing two years of her medical degree.
Mr Martin said she was from a 'good, law-abiding' family and now engaged to be married.
But he told the court her previous partner was controlling and violent. On one occasion Nelson was said to have suffered a suspected fractured eye socket having been punched in the face.
That relationship eventually ended last year, but while she was at work this year she was approached, handed the phone, given the password and told her ex-boyfriend would call her.
Describing her role in the drugs operation as 'merely a courier', Mr Martin added: "She was ultimately persuaded by him to go and collect something for him.
"She was given a postcode and went and collected the bags. She didn't look inside and didn't know what they contained."
Porsche Cosmetics, which operated in Liverpool as well as Wilmslow, is described on its Facebook page as 'Closed Now'.
Among the services it offered was one promising to link people 'thinking of going abroad to get a new set of teeth' with professionals in Istanbul, adding: "Hotel, private driver, treatment and a little holiday to go with it'.
A proceeds of crime hearing will be held in December.