2023 SI Swimsuit Model Christen Harper Flaunts Sun-Kissed Skin in Italy

The ‘Women of the League’ star and her NFL player fiancé are vacationing abroad.
Christen Harper

Christen Harper.


We are truly living vicariously through Christen Harper’s summer vacation content at the moment. While the reigning co-Rookie of the Year soaks up the sun in Capri, Italy, she’s sharing some stunning images on Instagram along the way.

On Wednesday, Harper offered up a carousel including a selfie that began by showing off her fresh, sun-kissed skin and lemon-printed bikini top. She kept her accessories minimal with a few small hoop earrings and a golden AUREUM pendant necklace.

The 30-year-old also included a snapshot of beverages, a pic of her fiancé, Lions quarterback Jared Goff, lounging in a beach chair and a gorgeously scenic photo of her surroundings.

“Scusi 🍋,” she aptly wrote in her caption.

Tons of Harper’s 455,000 IG followers piped in to the comments section, several of whom complimented her makeup-free look.

“most beautiful human,” 2021 Swim Search finalist Gabriella Halikas sweetly stated.

“Skin 🥰🥰,” Ashley Byrd noted of Harper’s complexion.

“Love the freckles 🥰😍,” another fan added.

“Sheesh!!! This no makeup face is 😍😍😍😍😍,” an additional follower observed.

“Christen is our centuries’ Helen of Troy - I mean, this is peak beauty 🔥🔥🔥😍😍😍,” someone else declared.

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