Three-time Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn and her Canadian fiancé PK Subban continued their ‘engagement anniversary’ festivities aboard a yacht in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico last Saturday.
The 35-year-old retired alpine ski racer slipped her fit 5ft10in figure into a $143 white Devon Windsor ‘Cora’ full-piece swimsuit for their cruise.
Lindsey took the plunge with the V-neck halter and bared her strong back in the skimpy one-piece, which featured a floating belt at the hips.
Vonn (born Kildow) and the 31-year-old NHL star had a blast in the resort city where they stayed at the lavish Nobu Hotel Los Cabos.
The SI Swimsuit stunner posed for a seaside snap of herself in the bathing suit with the caption: ‘Ahoy!’
‘Should have been married by now,’ Lindsey – who boasts 4.4M social media followers – lamented that evening, referring to the COVID-19 crisis.
‘But happy and thankful to celebrate our one year engagement instead. Thank you for surprising me and loving me @subbanator.’
PK (born Pernell-Karl) twirled and dipped Vonn as a mariachi band serenaded them at their Nobu Hotel suite.
Technically, Subban and the Minnesota-born blonde – who began dating in April 2018 – officially announced their engagement to the world on August 23, 2019.
Joining the sporty couple on their romantic getaway were Lindsey’s sister Karin Kildow and gal pal Rebecca Reardon.
Vonn gushed of the group: ‘Thankful to be surrounded by these amazing humans who make me laugh every day. Love you all.’
The ex-girlfriend of Tiger Woods – famed for her diving technique – wrote that touching her toes while jumping into the water was ‘not as cool as I thought it was.’
At no point was anyone seen protecting themselves and others from the coronavirus pandemic by wearing masks or face coverings.
As of Monday, there have reportedly been over 522K confirmed COVID-19 cases in Mexico leading to over 56K deaths.
Sunday night marked the vacationing group’s ‘last dinner on the beach.’
And for their final day on Monday, Lindsey relaxed poolside in a $99 zebra-print Devon Windsor ‘Carine’ ruffled top and matching $75 ‘Cara’ string bikini.
Vonn is ‘so proud of’ the New Jersey Devils defenceman, who’s a finalist for the NHL’s King Clancy Memorial Trophy which will be announced any day now.
PK competes against New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba for ‘exemplifying leadership qualities on and off the ice’ and ‘making a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community.’
The winner receives a $25K donation to a charity of his choice and the two runners-up each get $5K donations.
Meanwhile, the University of Missouri High School grad and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Lucy will next host canine adventure competition The Pack, which premieres later this year on Amazon Prime Video.