Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, the president of Croatia, is making headlines for her smoldering beauty and hot bikini body. Grabar-Kitarovic’s sultry good looks and sex appeal are all the more surprising because she is a politician, not an entertainer.
Grabar-Kitarovic was photographed this weekend rubbing elbows with Russian president Vladimir Putin and French president Emmanuel Macron as she cheered on Croatia in its World Cup finals match against France.
Russia was the host of this year’s World Cup. France eventually won the finals by a score of 4-2 against Croatia, to the delight of French soccer fans everywhere.
‘Sexy Croatian President’
While fans rooted for their favorite team, many were equally captivated by Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who has repeatedly been described on the internet as the “sexy Croatian president.”
A recent bikini photo of the striking politician went viral as it made the rounds on social media. In the photo, Grabar-Kitarovic is seen posing on a beach as her ample bosom spills out of her blue bikini top.
The 50-year-old mom of two was snapped smiling while holding a pair of sneakers in her right hand as she enjoyed a relaxing day at the beach.
The busty blonde recently made headlines after being mistaken for reality TV star Nicole “Coco” Austin, the voluptuous wife of rapper Ice-T. The ladies do look similar, so the case of mistaken identity was understandable.
Last week, Grabar-Kitarovic attended the 2018 NATO summit, where she was photographed looking approvingly at U.S. President Donald Trump in a way that spawned comical Twitter comments and memes.
Kolinda’s adoring facial expressions at President Trump mirrored photos from the 2017 NATO summit.
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic was elected Croatia’s fourth president in 2015. She is the country’s first female president and its youngest-ever, Standard Media reported.
Kolinda has been married to Jakov Kitarovi since 1996 and they have two children. Croatia has a population of four million.
Grabar-Kitarovic previously was an assistant secretary general for public diplomacy at NATO from 2011 to 2014. She speaks several languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, English, and her native Croatian.
In an interview this weekend, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic dismissed the media’s scolding of President Trump for his harsh rhetoric urging NATO members to pay their “fair share” of the military alliance’s defense budget. The United States currently pays almost 70 percent of the NATO defense budget.
“It’s…his personality. I don’t take it against him,” Grabar-Kitarovic told the Associated Press. She said she hopes that Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin realize how important it is for them, as the leaders of the world’s two superpowers, to work together to ensure peace.
“I’m really hopeful that the two state leaders will show enough… responsibility for global stability,” said Grabar-Kitarovic. “We have to work together.”