Kristin Cavallari is now confirming what has been rumored for several months — she is in a relationship with Jeff Dye. Though rumors were plentiful that the two were in a relationship, it was only when Backgrid captured photos of the two getting steamy in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico that the reports were confirmed. Not only were the two heating things up, but Kristin looked sizzling in a bikini by OneOne Swimwear.
Kristin and Jay called it quits back in April 2020. The two were married for approximately seven years and share three children: Saylor, Camden, and Jaxon.
TMZ shared a photo slideshow featuring Kristin and Jeff as they had their arms wrapped around each other, kissed, and hugged. It was clear the two couldn’t keep their hands off each other during their romantic getaway.
Kristin wore a vibrant, pink, yellow, and orange bikini by OneOne Swimwear. The top and bottoms are sold separately and the color pattern is called the Flamingo.
You may see the photo slideshow that TMZ published below.
In addition to the Backgrid photos, Kristin shared a picture on her Instagram account where she showed off the Jesse bikini. She reclined poolside while looking out at the pristine waters of the Sea of Cortez. Palm trees dotted the landscape and Kristin captioned the cheeky picture with the following: ‘Suns out buns out.’
The OneOne Swimwear bikini top is called the Jenna and the bikini bottoms are the Jesse. The top has adjustable straps and a cutout V in the front. Both the top and bottoms are made from ribbed fabric for a unique and textured appearance. The Jenna bikini top retails for approximately $70 and the Jesse bottoms retail for about $60. You may see the bikini below.
What do you think about Kristin Cavallari finding love with Jeff Dye? Are you surprised that the two have moved on together? Are you a fan of the OneOne Swimsuit
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