Paulina Gretzky Drops New ‘Taste the Rainbow’ Bikini Pic

by Emily Morgan
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Paulina Gretzky continues to celebrate her 32nd birthday in the Bahamas with her family and friends, including longtime fiancé and this year’s Masters’ champion, Dustin Johnson.

She kept the party going when the bikini-clad model posted a photo to Instagram. She accompanied the image with the caption, “Taste the rainbow.” 

In other posts shared on Gretzky’s Instagram story, the birthday girl celebrates another year around the sun, clinking a shot glass with friends. 

Gretzky and Johnson have been engaged since 2013 and share two young sons, Tatum, 5, and River, 3.

During the birthday festivities, her family and friends treated Gretzky to a champagne parade, which she documented via Instagram. On Tuesday, Gretzky removed the post.

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Some of Gretzky’s followers have criticized the group’s lack of social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Hopefully this is a re-post from 2019, because there ain’t much social distancing going on there,” one commenter wrote.

“Wow must not be in the middle of a pandemic wherever this is,” another commented.

According to the Bahamas tourism website, individuals traveling to the chain of islands must obtain a COVID test that has to be taken “no more than 5 days prior to the date of arrival.” In addition, “the day the test is taken is considered day zero. The test must return a negative result for entry into The Bahamas.” Travelers can also apply for a travel health visa.

Johnson, who recently marked his first Masters’ victory in Nov, told People magazine that their family plans to celebrate the holidays in Hawaii.  

The 36-year-old athlete is currently the No. 1 ranked golfer globally, winning millions after defeating his competitors in several PGA Tour tournaments, most notably the Masters. 

“I’ve had a great year,” he told the magazine. “I’ve played well, especially over the last few months — winning the FedEx Cup and then later winning the Masters, obviously the highlight of the year.”

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