Fashion:Cindy Crawford Is Proving Age Is Just a Number in This Skimpy Black Bikini

Cindy Crawford Is Proving Age Is Just a Number in This Skimpy Black Bikini

Cindy Crawford may be just days away from her 50th birthday, but the supermodel has definitely still got it. Crawford and her husband, Rande Gerber, recently jetted off to the island of St. Barths to celebrate, and they've been doing so in swimmingly good style.

On Wednesday, Crawford took to her Instagram to share a photo of the couple happily posing next to their private Casamigos Tequila jet before heading to the tropical locale. "@RandeGerber whisking me away for my birthday weekend," she wrote alongside the sweet snap. Today, Crawford and her hubby hit the waves for some fun and relaxation, where the brunette beauty proved that she looks nowhere near her age. Dressed in a skimpy black string bikini (top), Crawford splashed in the water and walked on the beach with Gerber, who wore a pair of striped swim trunks.

Of course, if you've ever looked at Crawford's Instagram, her physique shouldn't be a surprise. The mother of two often posts photos from her hikes with her children and dogs or her morning workout sessions.

It’s official: Ryan Reynolds can do no wrong. The actor, adorable husband, and father has lent his A+ smile to prove that, as if he wasn't already perfect, he cares about the environment, too. As part of Eddie Bauer’s One Tree Initiative, which benefits American Forests to plant trees and restore forest ecosystems, Reynolds is using his voice to encourage us all to get our hands dirty and work to protect mother nature.

Back in November, the hunk spoke to InStyle about his love for all things green. “I am a tree hugger. I will do almost anything PG-13 with a tree,” he hilariously quipped, adding, “Conservation in general is important to me because I have a little girl now, and I look at her and I want her to experience some of the things that I got to experience when I was young.” Naturally, Reynolds is nothing but swoon-worthy in the video above, where he discusses all that the organization has accomplished.