Looks like Lara Bingle doesn’t want any tan lines. The model, currently on holiday in Hawaii with boyfriend Sam Worthington, went for a dip in the sea and took her bikini top off for good measure.
Back on the beach, Lara then removed her bottoms to lay down on her front in order for an all over even tan. Scroll down for more……
She and her actor boyfriend looked relaxed as they soaked up the sun from a quiet place on the sand, with the model’s chest looking rather larger than usual.
It seems Sam managed to take a break from filming Deadline Gallipoli to join his girlfriend for the romantic trip to Hawaii, the pair joined later by the former reality star’s brother Joshua.
In the water the couple – who have been in a relationship since last October – chatted and let the waves crash over them.
No doubt Lara had been using her own brand of bronzing and tanning products, The Base, to keep her skin glowing.
Sam and Lara are quite the notorious pair, as they both have been in trouble with the law in the last few years.
Bingle is currently serving a six-month suspended jail sentence for driving in October and November 2013, without a licence.
The Aussie model was also fined $2000 and banned from driving for two years.
In February this year, Sam was arrested after getting into a punch up with a photographer, Sheng Li, who reportedly kicked his girlfriend in the shin.
The actor avoided jail time after a court in the Unites States dropped assault charges laid against him when he entered into a conditional dismissal deal on April 8th.
Sam will also be returning to the role of Jake Sully in the sequel to Avatar.
Fox Studios gave the go ahead for three sequels to be shot simultaneously and be released on 2016, 2017 and 2018.
James Cameron’s environmentally-minded blockbusters are estimated to have a combined budget of $1 billion.
Sam hasn’t had many stand out roles in his films of the last year but he’ll soon be taking a high-profile turn in the 3D adventurer thriller Everest opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, Keira Knightley and Josh Brolin.
The film is based upon the events of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, in which several climbers died.
Culled from Dailymail