Andrea Corr, 49, shows off her lithe physique in a mismatched bikini as she hits the beach for a Boxing Day swim during annual trip to Barbados
Christmas in the Caribbean wouldn't be Christmas in the Caribbean without Andrea Corr and her annual festive pilgrimage to sunny Barbados, and it showed when she hit the beach on Tuesday.
As always, the Irish star has flown to the picturesque island for an extended end-of-year holiday, and she was hard to miss during her final dip in the ocean on Boxing Day.
Wearing a white bikini top and mismatched red bottoms, Andrea, 49, showed off her slim physique as she made the most of the rising winter temperatures.
The versatile singer and musician proved she has more than one string to her bow by running into the water for a quick dip outside the island's opulent Sandy Lane Hotel, where she and her family are regular visitors.
Andrea later headed back to the beach, where she donned a wide-brimmed hat and a breezy white summer dress as she sought some welcome shade.
Christmas in the Caribbean wouldn't be Christmas in the Caribbean without Andrea Corr and her annual festive pilgrimage to sunny Barbados, and it showed when she hit the beach on Tuesday
Corrs star Andrea was hard to miss during her latest dip in the ocean on Boxing Day
The brunette is back in Barbados after touring Australia and New Zealand with bandmates and siblings Jim, 59, Sharon, 53, and Caroline, 50.
The family members are making their way across both countries with their current tour, The Corrs Down Under – their first series of live shows in seven years.
The group was in Australia last year for a one-off concert, the first time they had visited the country in 21 years.
Ahead of their return, Sharon told Australian radio station Triple M: ”It makes sense to sing back in Australia as we had our first success in Australia as a band so it's lovely to go back.”
The musician also spoke about the family bond and their shared talent, joking, “We've often wondered over the years why one of us wasn't a complete dud, like what are the odds.”
She added, “I mean, music is a great thing to do. We love it. Our parents raised us with music, listening to music, listening to it. So we've been doing it all our lives.'