Victoria Silvstedt, 46, displays her toned figure in a floral print bikini as she returns to St. Barts after Miami trip
She recently enjoyed a trip to Miami with her partner amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And Victoria Silvstedt continued to have fun in the sun as she returned to the Nikki Beach resort in St. Barts on Tuesday.
The supermodel, 46, caught the eye as she displayed her toned figure in a floral print bikini while enjoying a dip in the sea.
Beach babe: Victoria Silvstedt continued to have fun in the sun as she returned to St. Barts on Tuesday following a brief trip to Miami
Showcasing her tanned complexion, the catwalk star stunned in her tiny two-piece, which featured a classic triangle bikini and matching briefs.
The Playboy icon added a touch of glamour to her look by accessorising with a chunky gold chain and cat-eye shades.
With her tresses worn in a curly bun, Victoria complemented her beauty with neutral-toned make-up.
Wow-factor: The supermodel, 46, caught the eye as she displayed her toned figure in a floral print bikini while enjoying a dip in the sea
Watch her glow: Showcasing her tanned complexion, the catwalk star stunned in her tiny two-piece, which featured a classic triangle bikini and matching briefs
In the romance department, the Swedish beauty is dating businessman Maurice Dabbah.
The blonde – who was previously married to Chris Wragge – has been in a relationship with real estate expert Maurice since 2011 and the couple are often seen enjoying vacations on his yacht together.
Like a number of other stars, the media personality is among the set who faithfully travel to the Caribbean island annually to ring in the New Year in glamorous style.
The former E! star has enjoyed a lengthy stint in the spotlight after being chosen to represent her country in the Miss World pageant in 1993.
After her pageant days, the Scandinavian stunner was spotted by Hugh Hefner and went on to become a Playboy Playmate.
Since her career rocketed, Victoria has modelled for some of the world’s most prestigious fashion houses, including Chanel, Dior and Valentino.
Despite the glamorous veneer to her lifestyle as a young model, the former musician revealed there was a dark side in a recent interview with Female First.
She said: ‘I started very young to model in Paris when I was 18, I remember like starving myself to fit into the clothes and it was an amazing experience but you know I did shows for Valentino, Chanel, so it was really prestigious.’
Turning heads: Later in the day, the former musician teamed a white bralet with a flowy skirt as she carried her essentials in a Prada bag