Gabrielle Union is enjoying some much-needed downtime by soaking up the sun in Miami Beach alongside husband Dwyane Wade. On Wednesday, the Bring It On star took to her Instagram page to share a snapshot of herself and Wade lounging poolside in the sun.
In the photo in question, Union is featured in an African-inspired one-piece swimsuit by Ghanian brand Ashanti Swimwear, as the tag on her post suggests. The swimsuit features a straight-cut neckline and thin straps that go over Union’s shoulders. The 46-year-old actress completed her pool look with a jade-colored head wrap.
Union is lying on her back with her right arm up over her head, resting on the lounger’s backrest. She is looking at the camera, which Wade is holding for the selfie. The Miami Heat star is next to her on a lounger as he holds the camera lens above his face to capture the sweet photo. He is shirtless, showing a gold chain around his neck, and is wearing his hair in cornrows. The 37-year-old basketball player is resting his hand on his wife’s thigh.
Union appears to be wearing little to no makeup, allowing her naturally gorgeous skin to glow. As per the geotag, the couple is enjoying their relaxing morning while at Miami Beach.
The snapshot, which Union shared with her 12.2 million Instagram followers, racked up more than 107,000 likes and more than 820 comments in under 45 minutes of having been posted. Users of the popular social media platform took to the comments section to share their admiration for her and for Wade.
“One couple I hope never breaks up!!!” one commenter shared, paired with several pink heart emojis.
“Y’all look so unbothered. This the type of love and life I need,” another Instagram fan chimed in.
Despite her relaxed expression in the photo, Union has actually been quite busy. The actress has been working on her new Spectrum show, L.A.’s Finest, though production has temporarily halted after an accident left two people injured, according to The Atlanta Black Star.
L.A.’s Finest, which also stars Jessica Alba, is set to premiere on March 13. The show is based on the Bad Boys film series, and follows Union’s character, Sydney Burnett, who was also featured in Bad Boys 2 alongside Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. The third installment — Bad Boys For Life — is currently in production, but Union won’t be in it, according to the most recent reports.