Camila Cabello Shares Fiery Bikini Pic From Vacation in Greece

The singer-songwriter recently spent some time in Athens with friends.
Camila Cabello.

Camila Cabello.

Camila Cabello is enjoying some fun in the sun on a Grecian vacation, and the singer-songwriter is sharing the Instagram content to prove it. 

On July 10, the 26-year-old “Havana” singer shared a photo of herself wearing a black and red flame printed bikini by ALT Swim, which she accessorized with a pair of sunglasses. She wore the brand’s Kasia Halter Top ($75) and Alze Tie Bottom ($75), both in the “Fiamma” print currently available for pre-order.

Cabello stood in thigh-high water with her hands in her hair and was captured against a gorgeous backdrop. She credited photographer Greg Swales with the snap.

“Can’t wait to be back to chronic low level anxiety in Florida’s shark infested waters,” Cabello quipped to her 67.1 million followers in her caption.

“Thas my girl 👏🔥,” Selena Gomez applauded in the comments section.

“It’s giving Bond girl,” Alex Goldschmidt observed.

“Ok gurlllllll🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥,” Carolina Gonzalez added.

“Wow okay. Break the internet why don’t you❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥,” Renee Giroux cheered.

“You are fire. 🔥,” Julián Badillo noted.

Swales shared a carousel of photos over on his own IG account, including the same bikini snap. He also provided pics of the friend group out and about, in which Cabello held a digital camera in one hand, and another of the pals all dressed in their best white evening looks. 

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