Whitney Port shows off her beach body in a stylish red bikini while soaking up the sun in Cabo San Lucas
Whitney Port was spotted enjoying the sun on a getaway to Cabo San Lucas on Saturday.
The Hills: New Beginnings star was spotted relaxing on a lounge chair while enjoying the warm Mexican weather.
The 35-year-old was accompanied by her husband Tim Rosenman.
Had to get away from it all: Whitney Port was spotted enjoying the vibrant sunshine while on vacation in Cabo San Lucas
Port was dressed in a red bikini top and matching bottom that flaunted her toned figure.
She also wore a green hat and a large pair of sunglasses to keep the sun out of her eyes during her time outdoors.
The reality TV personality accessorized two simple gold necklaces and kept her gorgeous blonde hair tied back.
Former Genuine Ken host was pictured wearing a black face cover to protect herself from COVID-19 during her getaway; later she took off her mask.
Better together: The reality TV personality was joined by her husband Tim Rosenman, who was mostly kept out of sight
Stunning outfit: The former Genuine Ken host wore a red bikini top with matching bottoms, as well as a green hat and large sunglasses
Port is best known for her stint on the MTV reality series The Hills, where she was a lead actor until the end of season four.
After leaving the show, she moved to New York and starred in the short-lived show The City, which ran for two seasons.
Although her second show was not as successful as the first, the author met her husband today while she was working on the show; Rosenman was a producer of the series.
The two tied the knot in 2013 and welcomed their child Sonny, currently three, five years after their marriage.
Proud Parents: Port met her husband while working as a producer on The Hills; the two welcomed their son in 2017
In an interview with Tot Living, Port stressed the importance of staying physically active while raising a child, as she felt better equipped to keep up with her son through his fitness routines.
The reality TV star remarked that “if you care about yourself you can take care of others, and staying active and running those endorphins helps you feel balanced.”
The designer also noted that while carrying her son, she decided to accept things as they happened and was happy with what she had learned during the experience.
“I am a planner by nature, but during my pregnancy I made a conscious decision not to plan every moment. And that in itself was surprising because I was able to take each step as it went and handle it my way, ”she said.
Stay positive: In an interview, Port stressed the importance of staying fit while raising a child, and remarked that “ if you care about yourself, you can take care of others ”