Mariah Carey and her twins melt hearts, posing in swimming costumes in sunset photo
Mariah Carey has been enjoying a relaxing vacation by the sea in the company of her younger boyfriend and her twins. The beautiful mom melted hearts after sharing a pic with the kids looking out the ocean.
The diva is taking a break from her Las Vegas residency, “The Butterfly Returns,” which has been attracting fans and tourists at the Caesars Palace for the last few months.
Carey is currently aboard a private yacht with her family, and even though she hasn’t disclosed her location, she has not been shy of sharing stunning pics from their getaway on Instagram.
Flaunting her slimmer figure in a pink and white dress, Mariah posed with her boyfriend, Bryan Tanaka, who held her leg up while holding the singer by her waist. She’s also been rocking low cut black wet-suits with neon colors, posing alone in one pic, and with her gorgeous daughter Monroe on another.
The Grammy Award winner also shared a stunning picture watching the sunset with both her kids, Moroccan and Monroe, while sitting on the yacht's benches. “Admiring the sunset,” she captioned the sweet family portrait.
The 7-year-old twins, whom she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon, looked enthralled watching the horizon. They were donning swimsuits, and their respective life jackets as their curls blew into the wind.
Fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the photo. One user praised Mariah for keeping her kids’ safety first, writing “Beautiful picture... Thank for reminding the kids with their swim safety jacket. Wonderful life.”
Another focused on the aesthetics of the pictures, as they said “Love this picture @mariahcarey the three stars with the big sun!! Love you and Miss you!!!”
But not everything was peaceful on Mariah’s vacation, as the “We Belong Together” crooner shared a video of a shark getting near her yacht as she told the camera:
“Ok, this is not ok. I know it’s a shark that I’m not supposed to be scared [of], but I’m scared. I’m upset!”
Carey, 48, pointed out the shark while talking, as one of her kids asked off camera why she was upset, to which she replied, "He's huge!"
The superstar recently came clean to her fans about battling a bipolar disorder for the past 17 years. “I sought and received treatment, I put positive people around me, and I got back to doing what I love — writing songs and making music,” she confessed to People.
Since lifting that weight off her shoulders, Mariah has undoubtedly been looking more confident and happy than ever, focusing on her career and taking care of her twins while also enjoying herself in the company of her younger boyfriend, Bryan Takana.