Helena Christensen, 52, showcases her stunning figure in vibrant swimwear as she cosies up to her pet dog Kuma during sunny trip
She’s been making the most of quality time with her loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic.
And Helena Christensen treated fans to a glimpse of her sunny getaway with her pet dog Kuma to Instagram on Sunday.
The supermodel, 52, slipped into a selection of vibrant swimwear as she posed on the sandy shores.
In her element: Helena Christensen treated fans to a glimpse of her sunny getaway with her pet dog Kuma to Instagram on Sunday
Showcasing her sensational figure, the catwalk queen was dressed in a floral print bikini as she cuddled her beloved pooch in one image.
For another outfit, the media personality enhanced her lean legs in a colourful swimsuit by Audrey Louise Reynolds.
The Danish photographer ensured focus remained on her patchwork ensemble as she opted for minimal make-up while her tresses were drenched in water.
Commanding attention: The supermodel, 52, slipped into a selection of vibrant swimwear as she posed on the sandy shores
Turning up the heat: For one outfit, the media personality enhanced her lean legs in a colourful swimsuit by Audrey Louise Reynolds
Helena’s modelling career was launched when she won the Miss Universe Denmark title in 1986.
The bombshell went on to become one of the original 1990s supermodels alongside Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Elle Macpherson and Claudia Schiffer.
Since her break into the fashion industry, the clothing designer also has become an accomplished photographer and was a co-founder of Nylon magazine that published from 1999 to 2017.
In 2019, the former Victoria’s Secret Angel spoke to Daily Mail about some of her fitness secrets.
The brunette, who shares son Mingus, 21, with her former partner Norman Reedus, detailed how she likes to swim in ‘rivers, lakes and oceans’ in a bid to maintain her sensational figure.
She shared: ‘I think it’s important to shake it up and do as many different forms of workout as possible, but also to incorporate nature into them.
‘Swim in the ocean, swim in rivers, swim in lakes. Hiking, trekking, chopping wood – it’s the best way of working out, because it doesn’t really feel like a workout. It feels like you’re alive.’
In good company: The clothing designer has been making the most of quality time with her loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic