EmRata is so hot.
Emily Ratajkowski showed off her star figure in a stunning paisley bikini while enjoying a beach day in Miami on Monday.
The 32-year-old “My Body” writer rocked while soaking up the South Beach sun with Sylvia Top ($75) and Hillcrest Bottom ($85) from her own swimwear brand, Inamorata.
Ratajkowski finished off her swim style with a matching red Inamorata Cap ($18, originally $45) and then covered it with cycling shorts with green buttons and pink-and-red stripes.
Ratajkowski also posted a photo of his beach day on Instagram on Monday at a Miami photo dump. The photo shows her holding her 2-year-old son Sylvester, whom she shares with her estranged husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.
The little blond son shone with a cute smile as his mother grabbed him by the hip.
Ratajkowski is no stranger to flaunting her fit body in tiny bikinis. In January, she stole the New Year by donning a colorful thong bikini while vacationing in the Cayman Islands.
Last month, she embraced the spring mood by modeling one of her Inamorata swimsuits while spending a day outdoors at Domino Park in Williamsburg.
And on her 31st birthday last year, the former actress stunned in a sexy giraffe print two-piece dress.
For more Bottoms of the Page you love…
The “High Low with EmRata” podcast host was in coastal Florida city to attend Formula 1’s Miami Grand Prix on Sunday.
She also shared a few more photos from her Miami getaway, including a close-up of her booty wearing tight-fitting bike shorts on the beach, and other looks she’s packed, like a light orange halterneck dress and a black corset top. teamed with a low-waisted printed purple skirt.
Ratajkowski joked that he was in the F1 race to choose a new husband on TikTok.
Bear-McClard filed for divorce last September after cheating on him for nearly 2 years of their marriage.
Since their separation, she has been romantically linked with many famous men, including Brad Pitt, Pete Davidson, and Eric André.
She was last seen making love to Harry Styles on the streets of Tokyo in March.