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Emily Ratajkowski's Fiery Orange String Bikini Just Cured Our Winter Woes

Get us to a beach, ASAP.

There's something about watching all of my favorite celebs fly south for the winter that's giving me a bad case of FOMO. First, it was Salma Hayek, the queen of sizzling swimwear moments, having an IDGAF attitude somewhere warmer than here, and now there’s Emily Ratajkowski, who once again proved that she practically lives in cheeky, downright itty-bitty ‘kinis all year round.

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Take, for example, her latest sunny suit Instagram offering, which saw her soaking up vitamin D during a tropical vacation in Turks and Caicos over the weekend. During a beachside photoshoot, Ratajkowski flexed her posing chops alongside a friend in a vibrant orange underwire top and matching low-rise string bikini bottoms. In another snap, the A-lister gave major vacay OOTD inspo in a blue New York Mets baseball cap, a black leather tote bag, several gold chain necklaces, and a totally see-through leopard print skirt.

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Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram

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EmRata kept her glam simple in the shots, opting for little-to-no makeup while she wore her hair down with tousled beach waves and forehead fringe.

“Turks and Tina 🫶,” she captioned the dump.

During a new interview with Vogue Australia, the mother-of-one (she shares a son, Sylvester Apollo, with her ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard) got candid about how motherhood has changed her life.

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ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images

“I wasn’t somebody who always knew I was going to be a mother,” she told the publication. “It wasn’t something that was super on the agenda. I actually always imagined myself being much older when I became a parent. I think the beautiful thing was that I kind of didn’t have preconceptions."

She continued, "I really was interested in meeting my child and getting to know who they were before I decided to have positions and develop that relationship in a respectful way without any kind of assumptions about how the two of us were going to interact. And that’s been, again, kind of handing over control and saying, ‘Okay, what’s this going to be like?’ ”

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