Paulina Gretzky is giving her Instagram followers something they don’t get to see very often: a new glimpse of her rock-hard physique.
The model and daughter of hockey great Wayne Gretzky took to the social media site on Saturday to post a short video of herself wearing a tiny cutoff T-shirt as she shook her stuff. Gretzky swayed from side to side in the clip, which repeated and reversed to the song “Level Up” by Ciara. The skimpy attire gave viewers a glimpse of her washboard abs as Gretzky directed a pouty look to the camera and held her hand on her long blond hair.
Gretzky wore a pair of equally small shorts during the dance, though the camera angle from above her head showed only a bit of her legs above the knee.
The short video shared to her Instagram stories was one of the rare times that fans got to see new content from the model and fiancee of PGA star Dustin Johnson. The once-prolific social media personality has since gone largely quiet on the platform, posting only a handful of pictures over the course of the last few months.
The last snap shared to her feed was in April, when Gretzky gave a bird’s eye view of herself lounging in a bikini on an animal-print pool float. The only other photo shared in all of 2020 came the month prior, when she posted a picture of herself and her fiance dressed up for a night out.
While she may not be on social media as much, Gretzky has still been in the news. Ahead of this weekend’s U.S. Open, Johnson opened up about their romance and the sacrifices she has made to accommodate his busy career.
“She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success,” he said in an interview with Golfweek. “She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for me, with everything I need to do.”
Gretzky has been known to travel to support her man, often watching along from the gallery as he competes in golf tournaments. It was not clear where the video posted this weekend was taken, or if she would be present on Sunday when he played through the final round of the major tournament. Johnson was tied for 21st place going in to Sunday, so it seemed unlikely that fans would get the chance to see Gretzky help him celebrate a win.