Kimberley Garner is having the time of her life bathing under the summer sun in Miami recently. The star also owns coastal property there.
And come Friday, she showcased her fabulous curves in a tiny blue bikini with criss-cross detail on a trip to the beach.
The 31 year-old former Made In Chelsea star flaunted her perk posterior in the revealing ensemble as she worked her best angles in the sizzling series of photos.
Kimberley Garner displayed her bronzed and tanned skin and decided to go sans makeup. The outing was rewarding enough to give the perfect view of her naturally beautiful features.
The swimwear designer allowed her blonde locks to blow freely in the wind. She was spotted walking across the beach before taking a dip in the sea.
As for accessories, she wore a dainty gold bracelet, ring and black sunglasses as she frolicked in the sea with her adorable pet pooch Sasha.
It is true that the star has earned a massive recognition as a swimwear designer. But Kimberley Garner has previously talked about how, in the beginning of her business, she used to pretend to be an intern because nobody would take her seriously.
Although, the property heiress constantly states that she is not just the face of her line Kimberley London. In fact, she genuinely participates in all the processes of creating her sell-out swimwear range.
In an interview with MailOnline, she said:
‘I think people sometimes think that I’m only the face, but I am responsible for every bit of the business.
‘I was 18 when I started my first company – I came up with an idea, stayed up for days learning how to register the company and teaching myself. It became very successful overnight.’
Kimberley Garner explained:
‘However, as I was only 18, no one ever imagined it was mine. I was a young blonde girl with a soft voice.
‘No one would take me seriously or realize it was my company. So, I pretended to be the Intern!
‘I handled all the meetings, phone calls, and emails for the company. When it became a success, I put all the revenues into starting Kimberley London.’