Swimsuit-clad Tamara Ecclestone cuddles up to shirtless husband Jay Rutland and their daughters on family holiday in the Bahamas
Tamara Ecclestone has been enjoying a holiday in the Bahamas with her husband Jay Rutland and their two daughters.
Showcasing her toned legs in a beach-ready swimsuit, the mother-of-two, 36, cradled her nine-month-old daughter Serena as her family posed in front of the crystal blue Caribbean water.
Jay, 40, stood close to his wife with his arm around her as he displayed his muscly physique in a pair of green swimming trunks.
Happy holidays: Tamara Ecclestone has been enjoying a holiday to the Bahamas with her husband Jay Rutland and their two daughters Serena and Sophia
Serena looked adorable as she was strapped to her mum in a carrier and fixed the camera with a stare.
Seven-year-old Sophia beamed as she posed next to her mum in a neon green swimsuit that had St Barts emblazoned across the chest.
Tamara completed her beach outfit with a navy cap and a pair of glamorous black sunglasses as she snuggled up with her family for the sweet snap.
Jay was clearly enjoying his vacation as he captioned the family post ‘Bahamas baby’
Jet setters: Tamara and Jay have been to seven countries since the start of lockdown; The Bahamas, Croatia, Switzerland, the U.K, Dubai, The Maldives and America
Tamara and Jay have now been to seven countries since the start of lockdown; the Bahamas, Croatia, Switzerland, the U.K, Dubai, The Maldives and America.
Bernie Ecclestone defended his daughter Tamara for travelling the world during lockdown and said that where she lived in Gstaad Switzerland was ‘very cold’.
The billionaire former F1 boss, 90, said that neither Tamara or her sister Petra had broken any anti-Covid laws by jetting to different countries and had good reasons to do so.
Petra, meanwhile, travelled with her fiancé Sam Palmer, 37, and four children from London to Croatia to LA, then Switzerland, Monaco and France, then back to LA, Monaco, and The Maldives before travelling back to Monaco since March last year.
Speaking to MailOnline, Bernie, said this month: ‘They have been travelling around a lot but they’ve 100 per cent broken no laws by doing so. They both have a home in Switzerland for a start so are residents.
‘I think, in Tamara and Jay’s case, they left Switzerland to go somewhere warm because it had been snowing and was very cold in Gstaad.
‘They went to Dubai and from there they disappeared to the Maldives, since they already had a trip there booked for some time and it was easier to fly straight there from Dubai so they didn’t have to break any rules. It was nice and simple, plus the airline tickets at the time were cheaper.’
Far away: Tamara, husband Jay and their children Sophia and Serena were enjoying an extended stay in the UAE while Britain works its way through lockdown