Ana Cheri is giving fans an up-close glimpse of the booty that helped gain her social media fame.
The model and fitness expert took to Instagram this weekend to give fans a peek at her latest tropical vacation, one that saw her spending some time on the beach while sporting a tiny pink bikini. In a video shared to her Instagram stories, the dark-haired beauty filmed herself in an open life jacket that showed off her pink bikini top and plenty of cleavage. In the clip, Cheri told her followers that it was her first time on a jet ski, and the outing went surprisingly well.
In the next two videos, Cheri had ducked back underneath the roof of a beachside building, telling viewers that her photo shoot had been unexpectedly cut short due to rain that made it impossible for a drone to fly. The model stood in the sand and twirled around as she played in the rain, though in the final video she had gotten safely back underneath the roof as the lighter drizzle in the first shot turned into a downpour.
“It’s raining hard, but it’s still sunny,” the wet Cheri said, spinning the camera around to show a sky that was half cloudy and half clear and blue.
In the last clip, Cheri told fans that she had a lot of fun with the unique photo shoot and loved her first time getting on a jet ski.
The clips appeared to be part of her trip to the Maldives, which has seen her very busy with promotional work. Cheri has shared a number of videos promoting the tropical resort where she is staying, including another clip that had her showing off her backside in a red bikini as she enjoyed a poolside breakfast.
While the trip showed her in public without masks, Cheri explained that there was actually a lot of precaution that took place before she even hit the ground.
“For this trip, we were all tested 48 hrs prior to take off, which was checked at ticket counter & at the gate,” she wrote in a previous Instagram update.
“Followed by multiple temperature checks on our layover and when we landed. In #Maldives every place we went we were checked again & giving hand sanitizer. This @projectfomo was designed to start bringing back tourism and encourage people even more than ever it’s safe to travel but always do your own research.”