Kate Bock Models Bright Bikini in Throwback to SI Swim Photoshoot in Belize

The brand stalwart appeared in 10 consecutive SI Swimsuit Issues.
Kate Bock

Kate Bock.


We love a good throwback pic, particularly when it’s of a memorable SI Swimsuit photoshoot from the past. Ten-time SI Swimsuit star Kate Bock delivered when she shared a flashback from last year’s feature in Belize on Instagram.

In the July 8 photo, the 35-year-old donned a purple-and-orange bikini by ERES as she knelt in shallow water surrounded by lush greenery. The look was accented with necklaces by Jacquie Aiche and Cleopatra’s Bling, including an eye-catching bright turquoise piece.

“A very good day,” Bock aptly captioned the photo she shared with her 963,000 IG followers.

“Looks like it!❤️,” Marcy Blum commented.

“Hot,” Nicole Parisi added.

“SI wasn’t the same without you 😢,” someone else observed.

The Canadian model first posed for the SI Swimsuit Issue in 2013, when she traveled to Chile to work with photographer David Burton. She appeared in the magazine every year through ’22.

In addition to her work as a model and entrepreneur, Bock is also a new mom. She and her husband, NBA star Kevin Love, welcomed a baby girl on June 10. While they’ve been fairly quiet about their life as a new family of three on social media, Bock shared some sweet snippets of parenthood on Instagram shortly after her daughter’s birth.

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