Victoria’s Secret Model Devon Windsor Rock Strapless Polka Dot Bikini at the Beach

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In the upcoming 2018 Victorian Secret Fashion Show in New York City, she is preparing to walk, and model Devon Windsor enjoys beach downtime in her swimsuit. New photos shared by the Daily Mail show that this fascinating star is relaxing in Miami wearing a thin strapless polka dot bikini on the beach.

A photo of the new paparazzi shared by the taxi shows that Victoria’s secret model showed her amazing body while walking on the beach in her white strapless white set, with interesting black on the top and bottom on November 3 polka dot.

Devon shook hands with her fiancé Johnny Dex because she showed off her bikini body in Florida. Just a few days ago, she was expected to join the celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid for the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show.

The frank shooting showed Windsor with her signature blonde hair wrapped around her head, and she chose to cover her eyes with black sunglasses while walking around the beach, avoiding the Miami sun.

Devin also shared her own bikini photo for her 1.3 million fans on social media, which shows her leaning on a red and white beach umbrella, an interesting two-piece suit.

“She wore a little teen polka dot bikini,” the model posted on her Instagram account on November 4th.

Just last week, Windsor shared another photo of herself wearing a fun two-piece bikini and showing off her amazing body on a luxury yacht.

The star shared a photo of his bikini in the sun on November 2nd, written on the Instagram title “Friday Free Day.”

Inquisitr shared that Windsor was also found wearing a bikini when traveling to the beach with friends and model Olivia Culpo in August.

Due to her controversial comments on diversity published in the Instagram video, Devon made headlines in September for all the wrong reasons, and soon after, the latest batch of bikini shorts appeared.

As Cosmopolitan reported at the time, Windsor was attacked, and the same model, Shanina Shaik, recalled in the edit that she was being bullied because of her skin color.

After Shanina shared her emotional story, Devon said: “Do you know how hard it is to be a blonde? I have to have a bright spot every month! Do you know how expensive it is?”

She later apologized for her comments in a statement posted on Instagram and said her own comments were “very insensitive.”

“Most of the conversations are edited. If my peers want to discuss such a serious topic, I will never follow it with jokes,” Devin said.

“I am even more disappointed that my comments may make anyone believe that I am biased,” Windsor then continued to participate in the sharing statement on social media, adding that she “always tries to be a better version of myself”.

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