Gabrielle Union turns heads in a lilac bikini during Hawaiian family getaway: 'Magic hour'

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  • Gabrielle Union
    Gabrielle Union
    American actress, activist, and author

Gabrielle Union is living her best life in Hawaii as she continues to use her platform to elevate Black fashion designers.

In a Sunday Instagram post, the actress and producer was all smiles as she posed in a lilac two-piece bikini designed by Andrea Iyamah.

"Magic hour," Union captioned a photo of herself overlooking the ocean near Magic Island, a small man-made peninsula in Honolulu. Union tagged Iyamah and added the hashtag #SupportBlackDesigners.

Naturally, the post welcomed a wave of support from her fans, most of whom admired the chic swimsuit design while applauding Union's youthful beauty.

"Very beautiful picture," one comment read with another adding, "Gabby out here servin' body!"

"One of my favorite women!" a fan chimed in with another writing, "Look at that goddess."

The actress, 49, and her family spent Christmas in Hawaii. Throughout the weekend, Union posted snaps with her husband Dwyane Wade and their daughter Kaaia James, 3, as well as Union's sisters — all splashing around on a gorgeous oceanfront property.

Ahead of Christmas Eve, the family went on a hike by the Twin Falls near Maui's Hana Highway. "A Hawaii Merry Christmas 2021," Wade posted on his own Instagram. 

In a separate post, Union shared a series of photos with the caption: "Christmas Eve. New Traditions, New Adventures, More Love. The Wades."

And if that isn't cute enough, Union and Wade shared a video of themselves doing karaoke. But not just any karaoke song... Shania Twain's "You're Still the One." 

If there's any lesson to be learned here it's that no one does Christmas like the Wades. 

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