Paulina Gretzky may be the daughter of a Canadian hockey legend, but she knows how to celebrate the Fourth of July in style.
The 29-year-old model and fiancée of golfer Dustin Johnson showed off her amazing physique in a red, white, and blue bikini, showing it to her roughly 700,000 followers in her Instagram story. Paulina, the daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky who has made her name as a swimsuit model, spent the holiday in the Bahamas, taking in the sun and rocking a series of skin-baring bikinis that she shared with Instagram followers.
The Fourth of July picture gained plenty of attention, with Hollywood Life noting that she has stayed in incredible shape — even after having two children in a short timeframe.
“To get in the spirit of the Fourth of July, Paulina showed off her rocking body in a cut-out bandeau bikini top featuring palms, and tiny white bottoms,” the report noted. “In the sultry pic, she holds her wet blonde hair in her hand and stands in the stage under a tree in front of a stunning beach backdrop.”
Paulina had already shared some other snaps from the vacation, including one the previous day showing her rocking a tiny pink bikini.
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In another video, she and Dustin Johnson shared a kiss while lounging on the beach.
Paulina Gretzky may still be in a celebratory mood after her husband’s performance in the U.S. Open the previous month. According to a report from NJ.com, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and two friends erupted in celebration when Johnson sank a 13-foot birdie putt late in the final round after coming into the day tied for the lead.
Paulina and her friends thought that the putt clinched the major for Johnson, but it actually only got him in third place, where he ultimately finished. It took them a few moments to realize that he hadn’t actually won, which they figured out when Brooks Koepka’s dad started celebrating when his son hit a bogey to actually clinch the championship.
“Brooks just won,” one of the women in the group reportedly said, bringing the misplaced celebration to a halt.
Though Dustin Johnson didn’t actually win the tournament, he did take in a little more than $800,000 in prize money for the third-place finish — good enough to earn him a tropical vacation to the Bahamas and plenty of red, white, and blue bikinis for Paulina Gretzky.