Jasmine Sanders nails sporty chic in crop top and matching leggings as she ‘distracts’ boyfriend Anthony Rhoades with kisses during tennis match
She’s been enjoying life since she embarked on a relationship with celebrity personal trainer boyfriend Anthony Rhoades in recent months.
And Jasmine Sanders looked more loved than ever as she and her beau played tennis at her Miami home on Thursday.
In a series of Instagram snaps, Golden Barbie, 29, nailed sporty chic in PrettyLittleThing coordinates as she joked about “distracting” her man with kisses during their fun competition.
Smitten: Jasmine Sanders seemed more loved than ever as she and her beau Anthony Rhoades played a game of tennis at her home in Miami on Thursday
Showing a glimpse of her toned abs, the model was stunned in the two-piece, which featured a cropped top and matching leggings.
The influencer proved less is more as she swept her hair into a fluffy ponytail and took off her makeup.
Revealing his cheeky tactics to extend his breaks between games, the Nike star wrote: “I swear he always tries me! Meanwhile, I try to distract him with kisses so I have more “rest” time. ‘(sic)
Steamy: Golden Barbie, 29, nailed sporty chic in PrettyLittleThing coordinates as she joked about ‘distracting’ the personal trainer with kisses during their fun competition
Toned: Showing a glimpse of her abs, the model was stunned in the two-piece, which featured a cropped top and matching leggings
Naturally radiant: The influencer proved less is more as she swept her hair into a fluffy ponytail and took off her makeup
Jasmine made headlines last summer when she starred in the 2020 edition of Sports Illustrated alongside 2012 Miss Universe winner Olivia Culpo, 28, and model Kate Bock, 27.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit caused a stir with its cover revealed for issue 2020, showing off not one, not two, but three stars posing on the cover of the magazine.
Speaking about the decision to feature three women on the cover of this year’s edition, Editor-in-Chief MJ Day told DailyMail.com in a statement that they were all chosen because of their individuality and achievement. unique, as well as their common ambitions and goals.
She said: “These three women who make up the 2020 cover are inherently unique in many ways, but there is solidarity between them in terms of ambitions, goals and what they stand for.
“These women are limitless, unstoppable and collectively represent the next wave of tycoons to come out of the franchise.”
Praising Jasmine, the reporter added, “Jasmine has built an incredible career on her own with sheer determination and focus, and now uses her well-established social media platforms to advocate for social justice. . ”
Wow factor! The blonde made headlines last summer when she starred in Sports Illustrated 2020 alongside model Kate Bock (L) and 2012 Miss Universe winner Olivia Culpo (R)