Alexandra Daddario showed off her famous figure and offered a rearview while in a skimpy sundress. The actress, 36, was still 35 when she shouted out Hot Girl Summer in 2021, posting for her army of Instagram followers and while on vacation in Europe. Daddario was in the celebrity-adored Santorini, Greece. She soaked up some Mediterranean sunshine, with the photo seeing her outdoors, on an ocean-view terrace, and dressed for the hot weather. Check it out below.
Stuns In Sundress In Greece
Scroll for the photo, one showing The White Lotus star candidly shot and possibly with hubby-to-be Andrew Form taking the picture. It showed Alexandra making her way across a protected terrace overlooking blissful blue oceans and distant hills.
The blue-eyed beauty, opting out of showing her face, drew attention to her toned legs and shoulders, rocking a pale green and skimpy backless dress with a mini length and criss-cross straps. Also carrying a blue jacket, Alexandra wore white sneakers, shades, plus her dark locks swept up into an unfussy bun. She stood near a cushioned and oversized couch, tagging herself in Santorini.
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Alexandra shared the shot with her over 22 million followers on Instagram in October 2021, not long after Daddario posted from romantic Paris, France, with producer Andrew Form. Here, the Alo Yoga face wrote: "La tour Eiffel, et un avion, et la première personne avec qui je veux manger du caviar." The hot couple announced their engagement last year.
Opening Up Amid Pandemic
The pandemic has brought millions watching Daddario in the Hawaii-set series The White Lotus, now prepping for Season 2. COVID has also brought some gains for Alexandra, who now joins model Kendall Jenner as a promo face for clothing brand Alo Yoga.
"I was quarantined for two months in a hotel room in Hawaii, which was great and just very odd at the same time. It's amazing. I'm not complaining, but it was just very weird," the actress told Byrdie of shooting out on the islands over a pandemic.
Like A 'Ghost Town'
When asked if filming was like being in a "ghost town," the Baywatch bombshell continued:
"Well, in the beginning, that was the case. It was just us, and it was very surreal. We shot at the Four Seasons in Maui, so we were the first group of people to be in the hotel since March, and it was a ghost town. It's a huge hotel, and when I first arrived, there was no one there. It was very odd. And then people started to come as the world started to sort of open."