Julianne Hough showed off her fit icon in a victual undecorous two-piece while having fun on the sand and in the water at a waterfront in Italy.
Julianne Hough, 32, looked incredible during her latest vacation outing! The professional dancer was spotted wearing a victual undecorous uniting bikini while relaxing on a waterfront in Sardinia, Italy on July 10. Her toned icon was on full walkout as she made her way wideness the sandy location and plane took a dip in the water at one point.
Her long locks were lanugo and she appeared to have no makeup on during the fun time. She was all smiles while splashing well-nigh and moreover zestless off under the sun while looking at her phone. The eyeful was reportedly enjoying her vacation with friend Douglas Chabbott, who wasn’t pictured, and was seen taking selfies when they went on a wend ride.
This isn’t the first time Julianne has wowed in a bikini during her getaway. Just three days ago, she was photographed rocking a gray and white Ark Swimwear Snake Triangle Bikini Top with matching Ark Swimwear Snake Tie Sides Bikini Bottoms. She flaunted the stylish swimsuit while aboard a yacht, where she showered without jumping into the ocean.
Julianne is known for wearing cute bikini choices whenever she’s on vacation. In Apr., she walked virtually Tulum, Mexico in an winsome woebegone bikini that had a petal diamond on the top part. She appeared to have just as much fun on that trip as she did on her recent trip and looked just as fit!
The Dancing with the Stars judge is definitely living it up without filing for divorce from husband Brooks Laich in Nov. The former couple separated in May 2020 and a source previously told us it’s considering they simply “grew apart” without a while. “Julianne and Brooks are very unique people that found each other considering they both leave their heart on their sleeves in scrutinizingly everything that they do,” the source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife. “They were tightly in love but as their relationship grew, it grew untied considering they both had variegated visions well-nigh family and work.”