Adrianna's heating up! Former 90210 star Jessica Lowndes is catching a tan — and attention — during her current getaway in sunny Hawaii. The actress has been sharing several photos of her sexy bikini body (and bum!) via Instagram this week.
Her picture-perfect vacation began on Jan. 6, and has so far consisted of a boat excursion, poolside fun, and paddleboarding. "Making love to the sun #hawaii," she captioned a bikini selfie on Monday, Jan. 12. A few days earlier, the fresh-faced star also shared what appeared to be a topless pic. "Beach bum," she wrote.
After laying out near the ocean, Lowndes, 26, made her way to the pool. "Feeling refreshed #nofilter," she captioned. Adding in another: "Never want to leave. #heaven." In one particular shot, she rested on her stomach across a surfboard in the water, showing off her slim frame and derriere. "Magic," she wrote.
In between eating healthy snacks like yogurt and lounging in her hotel bed, Lowndes also spent time with music producer Shawn Pimental, Teen Wolf's Arden Cho, and Saturday Night Live legend Jon Lovitz(!). "Laughing til your stomach hurts... The best!" she captioned a pic of the foursome.
Back in September 2013, the Vancouver, Canada native, best known for playing Adrianna Tate-Duncan on The CW's 90210 from 2008 to 2013, opened up about her workout regimen. "If I'm in L.A. and have time, I love going to the gym and I work with different trainers, so it's something I've just picked up. But a lot of the time I'm on location or living out of a suitcase, so I don't have time to go the gym. So basically all I do is sit-ups, push-ups, and jumping jacks (or star-jumps as you call them!), lunges and the plank, and you repeat it five times," she told Cosmopolitan UK magazine.
"I live a healthy lifestyle and I crave healthy food," she added of her eating habits. "I love porridge, I have bizarre cravings for it. I love it with brown sugar and bananas, and I'm a huge fan of cinnamon — I put cinnamon on everything. I also have a sweet tooth and I don't like to deprive myself. I think everything in moderation is the key."