Summer of fun! Alessandra Ambrosio playfully poses in tiny cutoffs and skintight tank top on Malibu beach – Daily Mail

Posted: Saturday, June 24, 2017

Victoria’s Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio was photographed arcing her knockout legs as she lounged on a beach in Malibu this Monday.

The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side.

Tucked into the shorts was a pale pink backless tank top with a cleavage that dipped to offer a generous view of the Erechim-born model’s cleavage.

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Showing what she's got: Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio was photographed arcing her knockout legs as she lounged on a beach in Malibu this Monday

Showing what she's got: Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio was photographed arcing her knockout legs as she lounged on a beach in Malibu this Monday

Showing what she’s got: Victoria’s Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio was photographed arcing her knockout legs as she lounged on a beach in Malibu this Monday

She’d accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy’s Home 2 actress’ fingernails had been painted white.

Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she’d got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her silver fox publicist Milan Blagojevic.

The hems of Milan’s dark jeans had been folded neatly up, and he’d slid on a black top, holding a massive straw hat of his own as he walked beside Alessandra.

Summery style: The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side

Summery style: The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side

Summery style: The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side

Summery style: The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side

Summery style: The 36-year-old had slid on a dark pair of high-waisted denim cutoffs with frayed hems at her upper thigh and tiny slits going up each side

Hinting: Tucked into the shorts was a pale pink backless tank top with a cleavage that dipped to offer a generous view of the Erechim-born model's cleavage

Hinting: Tucked into the shorts was a pale pink backless tank top with a cleavage that dipped to offer a generous view of the Erechim-born model's cleavage

Hinting: Tucked into the shorts was a pale pink backless tank top with a cleavage that dipped to offer a generous view of the Erechim-born model’s cleavage

Dashes of glitz: She'd accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy's Home 2 actress' fingernails had been painted white

Dashes of glitz: She'd accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy's Home 2 actress' fingernails had been painted white

Dashes of glitz: She'd accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy's Home 2 actress' fingernails had been painted white

Dashes of glitz: She'd accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy's Home 2 actress' fingernails had been painted white

Dashes of glitz: She’d accessorized with a tangle of necklaces, as well as with multiple bracelets at her left wrist, and the Daddy’s Home 2 actress’ fingernails had been painted white

Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves.

Straps crossed upward from her cleavage-baring neckline and went about her neck to hold the outfit up, and she’d got a straw hat on, this time with a different ribbon.

Alessandra’s also been seen out on Monday walking in Santa Monica with a yoga mat in the crook of her right arm and a pewter grey handbag slung from that forearm.

Relaxation: Alessandra got in a bit of posing whilst lounging on the front on the sand

Relaxation: Alessandra got in a bit of posing whilst lounging on the front on the sand

Relaxation: Alessandra got in a bit of posing whilst lounging on the front on the sand

Silver fox: Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she'd got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her publicist Milan Blagojevic

Silver fox: Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she'd got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her publicist Milan Blagojevic

Silver fox: Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she'd got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her publicist Milan Blagojevic

Silver fox: Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she'd got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her publicist Milan Blagojevic

Silver fox: Occasionally popping off the wide-brimmed straw hat she’d got on, she was spotted ambling about on the sand with her publicist Milan Blagojevic

Mother of one: Alessandra's been engaged since 2008 to RE/DONE founder Jamie Mazur, by whom she's got a five-year-old son called Noah and an eight-year-old daughter called Anja

Mother of one: Alessandra's been engaged since 2008 to RE/DONE founder Jamie Mazur, by whom she's got a five-year-old son called Noah and an eight-year-old daughter called Anja

Mother of one: Alessandra’s been engaged since 2008 to RE/DONE founder Jamie Mazur, by whom she’s got a five-year-old son called Noah and an eight-year-old daughter called Anja

'It can't': Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: 'Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you'

'It can't': Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: 'Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you'

'It can't': Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: 'Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you'

'It can't': Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: 'Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you'

‘It can’t’: Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: ‘Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you’

A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she’d slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops.

Her white baseball cap shaded her black sunglasses, and she’d still got multiple bracelets on her left wrist, though now she was only wearing one necklace. 

Alessandra’s been engaged since 2008 to RE/DONE founder Jamie Mazur, by whom she’s got a five-year-old son called Noah and an eight-year-old daughter called Anja.

Over time: Motherhood's shifted her view of modeling in that 'I used to be 100% comfortable on lingerie shoots - then I had a child, and it was more of a mental shift than anything else'

Over time: Motherhood's shifted her view of modeling in that 'I used to be 100% comfortable on lingerie shoots - then I had a child, and it was more of a mental shift than anything else'

Over time: Motherhood’s shifted her view of modeling in that ‘I used to be 100% comfortable on lingerie shoots – then I had a child, and it was more of a mental shift than anything else’

Looking back: Ale's also said in that interview that 'Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most,' and: 'Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves - they worship them'

Looking back: Ale's also said in that interview that 'Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most,' and: 'Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves - they worship them'

Looking back: Ale's also said in that interview that 'Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most,' and: 'Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves - they worship them'

Looking back: Ale's also said in that interview that 'Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most,' and: 'Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves - they worship them'

Looking back: Ale’s also said in that interview that ‘Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most,’ and: ‘Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves – they worship them’

Analysis: The model explained that 'It comes from that carnival culture, where women will parade around barely wearing a thing - just a tiny bikini, G-string or feathers'

Analysis: The model explained that 'It comes from that carnival culture, where women will parade around barely wearing a thing - just a tiny bikini, G-string or feathers'

Analysis: The model explained that ‘It comes from that carnival culture, where women will parade around barely wearing a thing – just a tiny bikini, G-string or feathers’

Holding forth: She's maintained that 'Every woman’s body is spectacular there, not because it’s perfect but because they’re loving life'

Holding forth: She's maintained that 'Every woman’s body is spectacular there, not because it’s perfect but because they’re loving life'

Holding forth: She’s maintained that ‘Every woman’s body is spectacular there, not because it’s perfect but because they’re loving life’

Elaborating: Alessandra's said that 'It’s never been about having a Barbie-like physique in Brazil but having the right curves, whatever your proportions or size'

Elaborating: Alessandra's said that 'It’s never been about having a Barbie-like physique in Brazil but having the right curves, whatever your proportions or size'

Elaborating: Alessandra’s said that ‘It’s never been about having a Barbie-like physique in Brazil but having the right curves, whatever your proportions or size’

Giving an interview to The Edit last year, she conceded: ‘Your body will never go back to exactly what it was before pregnancy, whatever people tell you. It can’t.’

Meanwhile, ‘I think I have a better body now than before I had kids. It’s partly because I work out, whereas before I didn’t, but also to do with the shape – it just looks more formed now and I feel better about it than I did.’

She did recall that ‘after having Anja I only had three months to lose all the weight [before doing the 2008 Victoria’s Secret show] and I was on this 1200-calorie-a-day meal-delivery service that I hated. I couldn’t do that again.’

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Another look: Ale, as fans affectionately call her, also git in a bit of beach posing in a tiny off-the-shoulder mini-dress with pale pink and yellow stripes and flared-out short sleeves

Looking fabulous: Straps crossed upward from her cleavage-baring neckline and went about her neck to hold the outfit up, and she'd got a straw hat on, this time with a different ribbon

Looking fabulous: Straps crossed upward from her cleavage-baring neckline and went about her neck to hold the outfit up, and she'd got a straw hat on, this time with a different ribbon

Looking fabulous: Straps crossed upward from her cleavage-baring neckline and went about her neck to hold the outfit up, and she’d got a straw hat on, this time with a different ribbon

That smoldering stare: She sat on the sand as a woman sitting in front of her snapped her photograph

That smoldering stare: She sat on the sand as a woman sitting in front of her snapped her photograph

That smoldering stare: She sat on the sand as a woman sitting in front of her snapped her photograph

Motherhood has, indeed, shifted her view of modeling in that ‘I used to be 100% comfortable on lingerie shoots – then I had a child, and it was more of a mental shift than anything else. Somehow it felt a bit weirder to be in lingerie once I was a mum.’

She recalled that ‘I did that cover for Maxim last year [naked but for a strategically placed newspaper],’ but ‘you don’t see anything,’ Alessandra noted.

‘When my daughter saw it, she asked: “Mummy, why do you have no clothes on?” And I said: “Mummy actually has a G-string on – it’s just so small you can’t see it.”‘

On the go: Alessandra's also been seen out on Monday walking in Santa Monica with a yoga mat in the crook of her right arm and a pewter grey handbag slung from that forearm

On the go: Alessandra's also been seen out on Monday walking in Santa Monica with a yoga mat in the crook of her right arm and a pewter grey handbag slung from that forearm

On the go: Alessandra’s also been seen out on Monday walking in Santa Monica with a yoga mat in the crook of her right arm and a pewter grey handbag slung from that forearm

Keeping it casual: A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she'd slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops

Keeping it casual: A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she'd slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops

Keeping it casual: A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she'd slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops

Keeping it casual: A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she'd slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops

Keeping it casual: A tank top plugging Joshua Tree, California draped about her chiseled torso, and she’d slipped on a pair of pair of black capri leggings, as well as grey flip flops

Ale’s also said in that interview that ‘Growing up in Brazil, it’s the curves that I remember most. Brazilians don’t just appreciate curves – they worship them.’

The model explained that ‘It comes from that carnival culture, where women will parade around barely wearing a thing – just a tiny bikini, G-string or feathers.’

She’s held that ‘Every woman’s body is spectacular there, not because it’s perfect but because they’re loving life. It’s never been about having a Barbie-like physique in Brazil but having the right curves, whatever your proportions or size.’

Garnishing the lookHer white baseball cap shaded her black sunglasses, and she'd still got multiple bracelets on her left wrist, though now she was only wearing one necklace

Garnishing the lookHer white baseball cap shaded her black sunglasses, and she'd still got multiple bracelets on her left wrist, though now she was only wearing one necklace

Garnishing the lookHer white baseball cap shaded her black sunglasses, and she’d still got multiple bracelets on her left wrist, though now she was only wearing one necklace

Out of her eyes: Her hair had been slicked back and wound into a high ponytail

Out of her eyes: Her hair had been slicked back and wound into a high ponytail

Out of her eyes: Her hair had been slicked back and wound into a high ponytail

Out of her eyes: Her hair had been slicked back and wound into a high ponytail

Out of her eyes: Her hair had been slicked back and wound into a high ponytail

By Tuesday, Alessandra was seen out in Los Angeles baring her impressively chiseled midriff while dressed in a white bra-lette from Victoria Sport.

Her hair had been slicked back and gathered up above her head, and she’d popped on double-bridge sunglasses and high-waisted black leggings.

Occasionally, she’d popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap. 

Ab fab: By Tuesday, Alessandra was seen out in Los Angeles baring her impressively chiseled midriff while dressed in a white bra-lette from Victoria Sport

Ab fab: By Tuesday, Alessandra was seen out in Los Angeles baring her impressively chiseled midriff while dressed in a white bra-lette from Victoria Sport

Ab fab: By Tuesday, Alessandra was seen out in Los Angeles baring her impressively chiseled midriff while dressed in a white bra-lette from Victoria Sport

Keeping it simple: Her hair had been slicked back and gathered up above her head, and she'd popped on double-bridge sunglasses and high-waisted black leggings

Keeping it simple: Her hair had been slicked back and gathered up above her head, and she'd popped on double-bridge sunglasses and high-waisted black leggings

Keeping it simple: Her hair had been slicked back and gathered up above her head, and she’d popped on double-bridge sunglasses and high-waisted black leggings

Extra warmth: Occasionally, she'd popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap

Extra warmth: Occasionally, she'd popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap

Extra warmth: Occasionally, she'd popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap

Extra warmth: Occasionally, she'd popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap

Extra warmth: Occasionally, she’d popped a green and grey hoodie over the look with the hood over her head, and sometimes the hood was replaced by a baseball cap

 

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