The model and her husband look like they're having a lot of fun while on their sunny vacation.
Ashley Graham is living it up on a tropical vacation right now with her husband, Justin Ervin. The model shared a video montage of their trip so far, filled with fun, delicious food, and great fashion.
Even on a relaxing vacation, Graham doesn't slack with her wardrobe, and her new Instagram update shows off her envious style.
The montage, set to a remix of the song "Sure Thing" by Miguel, kicks off with a clip of Graham in a straw hat and leaf-green swimsuit before it cuts to her opening up some sliding doors in a black one-piece with a blue and white striped button-up shirt on top.
Graham rocks many more trendy bathing suits throughout the video, along with a colorful dress that we need to know the brand of. In one clip, Ervin helps his wife get the perfect shot.
The couple seem to be enjoying the vacation, with activities like bike riding, swimming, and exploring. They also found some time to work out on the trip, making use of the surprisingly pretty gym at their accommodations.
The 35-year-old joked in the caption, "cowboy hat was a paid actor 🤠🤠."
Makeup artist Kale Teter commented, "Wow this looks like you’ve had such an amazing trip—well deserved ❤️❤️."
Singer Anthony Evans wrote, "This makes me soooo happy!"
"Vacay done RIGHT🔥," wrote Katie Jane Hughes, another celebrity makeup artist.
Graham's followers loved getting a look at her vacation and some were inspired by her fashion.
One person commented, "Now I want a hat like that!"
"I need the names of the bathing suits they look so nice on her," said another.
Graham and Ervin definitely deserved a vacation, with the couple welcoming twins Malachi and Roman at the beginning of 2022. They just celebrated their first birthday, and Graham shared some photos of the celebration on Instagram.
She wrote, "Happy birthday to my beautiful boys, Roman & Malachi! You two are constantly curious, utterly hilarious, and always changing. You keep me on my toes and make it totally worth it that I had to write this from the kitchen floor, covered in God knows what. I love you!"