Jewel wore a bikini in Miami and shared photos of herself on social media. At 40-years-old, Jewel still looks great, and it’s all people can talk about. According to StarPulse, the “Foolish Games” singer posted a couple of pictures from her recent vacation, one with her son, Kase, 3, and another of herself in a white one piece, flaunting her incredible body.
As the site points out, Jewel has taken family vacations with her son and his dad (her ex-husband), Ty Murray, but this trip appeared to be a mother-son adventure. Both mom and Kase looked like they were having a marvelous time soaking up some serious sun in south Florida.
Jewel and her bikini took Miami by storm — and it may not have been only about how great she looked in it, either. According to People Magazine, the purple, pink, and orange patterned bikini was a popular choice overall, and fans actually loved the style and pattern of it.
Jewel also wore a white one-piece that was very flattering, and people seemed to love that look as well. The bathing suit was cut out in a few different places, and really showed off the singer’s assets.
According to Mail Online, Jewel and Kase were spotted poolside in Miami over the weekend. Jewel was in the same purple bikini as she gave her son a piggyback ride and made sure that he had enough sunblock to protect him from the rays.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the paparazzi caught plenty of moments between Jewel and her son, and she responded to their presence on social media.
Dear Paparazzi, had I known u’d b here I wld have tried 2 look less like a flannel wearing redneck mom @ the beach-But alas, I am what I am
— Jewel (@jeweljk) May 15, 2015
Meanwhile, the singer is preparing to release her first book in the fall. Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story is a memoir in which Jewel opens up about her life in a candid, classy way. She is very excited for people to get to know her on a more intimate level.
“My life has been about constantly challenging myself to discover who I am, and to become responsible for my own happiness rather than being a victim of whatever fate has thrown my way. I hope that the personal experiences I write about will help others to understand that, no matter how bleak or how gilded, we are not prisoners of our circumstance unless we believe ourselves to be.”
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