Bria Murphy Bikini Beach Photos: Eddie Murphy’s Daughter, Girlfriend Flaunt Smoking Hot Bodies

Bria Murphy

Comedian Eddie Murphy’s girlfriend, Paige Butcher, is normally the talk of the internet anytime she steps out in public. However, one of his daughters, Bria Murphy, changed the game. Bikini photos of his eldest daughter are taking the online social sphere by storm. Snaps of Bria on the beach shows why her lingerie pics seen last year didn’t make her a one-hit-wonder.

The Murphy Family vacation is becoming an annual pilgrimage to the beach, according to the Daily Mail. This year, Bria Murphy, her dad’s model girlfriend, and other relatives were seen in Maui soaking up some sun and enjoying the surf. Missing was the patriarch of the family, but the 53-year-old comedian would likely be upstaged by some amazing women in his life anyway.

Case in point: Bria, 25, got the attention of photogs when she took to the Hawaiian beach last Wednesday, donning an impressive two-piece bikini ensemble. Her crochet-styled swimsuit showed off her toned figure and Murphy looked absolutely marvelous.

Meanwhile, Paige sported a skimpy red bathing suit and posed in a photo shoot. The Australian model-actress looked stunning and wore the strappy outfit with confidence as it accentuated her soft lines, taut abs, and long pins. Butcher and Daddy Murphy met on the set of Big Momma’s House 2 and began dating in 2012.

She and Eddie are often seen out and about on coffee runs. Not to be outdone by her older sister, Shayne Murphy, 20, showed off her curves as well. She sported a monokini and a ball cap on the Maui beach with sister Bria and the Murphy clan.

Bria and Shayne turned things up last year when images of the Murphy girls clad in sexy lingerie showed up on the internet, clear signs that they’ve grown up and left the pigtails behind. But one only has to look at their mom, the charming Nicole Murphy, who divorced Eddie in 2006 after a meeting in the ’80s.

Bria Murphy and her younger sister are aspiring models, arguably, won’t have any worries when it comes to booking gigs with fashion and pop culture magazines. And perhaps, just maybe, it doesn’t hurt to have famous last name?

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