Cindy Kimberly displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a skimpy black bikini while soaking up the sun on a yacht in Ibiza on Thursday.
The model, 24, took to Instagram to share a glimpse of her lavish Spanish getaway with her Everton footballer beau Dele Alli, 27.
Cindy sent temperatures soaring as she posed up a storm in the triangle top and thong bottoms while tanning at the back of the boat.
The social media influencer displayed her peachy bottom, as she sat with her feet in the ocean and pulled her long wet dark tresses back out of her face.
Cindy seemed to be having the time of her life as she jumped into the water and went snorkelling.
Hot! Cindy Kimberly displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a skimpy black bikini while soaking up the sun on a yacht in Ibiza on Thursday
Loved-up: The model, 24, took to Instagram to share a glimpse of her lavish Spanish getaway with her Everton footballer beau Dele Alli, 27
In another snap, the beauty posed for a selfie with her attacking midfielder boyfriend Dele as they relaxed in bed together.
She also uploaded a snap of the athlete sleeping across the bed in the hotel room to her 7.1 million followers.
It comes after Cindy told Dele she was proud of him after he bravely opened up on the traumatic events that have happened in his life.
The soccer star also revealed how he was molested at the age of six and began selling drugs at the age of eight, before being adopted four years later.
The England international was reduced to tears as he candidly spoke with Manchester United legend Neville, as he hoped that opening up could help others to deal with their trauma.
And following the airing of the interview, Deles girlfriend Kimberly, 24, took to social media to support him.
‘Proud of you,’ Kimberly wrote on Instagram last month.
Sizzling: She sent temperatures soaring as she posed up a storm in the triangle top and thong bottoms while soaking up the sun at the stern of the boat
Beach babe: The social media influencer displayed her peachy bottom as she sat with her feet in the ocean and pulled her long wet dark tresses back out of her face
Looking good: The WAG showed off her glowing bronzed tan while stood at the stern of the boat
Alli was heralded as a generational talent during his early days at Tottenham but his career has not turned out the way many predicted.
The England star emerged as one of the country’s best young stars despite a troubled childhood that saw him taken into foster care.
Speaking candidly to Gary, Dele disclosed he spent a recent spell in a rehab facility after becoming addicted to sleeping pills.
He said: ‘I got addicted to sleeping tablets, it’s a problem not only I have. It’s going around more than people realise in football.
‘Now is probably the right time to tell people. It’s tough to talk about it as it’s quite recent and something I’ve hid for a long time and I’m scared to talk about.
‘When I came back from Turkey (following a loan spell at Besiktas) I came back and found out I needed an operation.
‘I was in a bad place mentally. I decided to go to a modern rehab facility that deals with addiction and mental health and trauma. I felt it was time for me.
‘You can’t be told to go there, you have to make the decision yourself.
‘I was in a bad cycle. I was relying on things that were doing me harm. I was waking up every day, winning the fight going into training every day smiling – willing to show I was happy.
‘Inside I was losing the battle and it was time to change. When I was told I needed surgery I could feel the feelings I had when the cycle began.
Having fun: Cindy seemed to be having the time of her life as she jumped into the water and went snorkeling
Beau: In another snap, the attacking midfielder was seen tucking a napkin into his shirt as the couple enjoyed dinner together
Sweet: She also uploaded a snap of the athlete sleeping across the bed in the hotel room to her 7.1 million followers.
‘So I went there for six weeks. Everton were amazing and supported I will be grateful to them for ever. For them to be so honest and understanding I couldn’t ask for anything more during a time I was making the biggest decision of my life – doing something I was scared to do. I’m happy I’ve done it.
‘There is a stigma around it and it’s something people don’t want to do. Going into rehab is scary but I could never have imagined how much I would get from it.
‘I was in a bad place. A lot happened to me when I was younger that I couldn’t understand and I was doing stupid things that I blame myself for.
‘Going there and learning about it, it was never really under my control.
‘Understanding learning it has helped. I let go of some bad feelings I was holding which was slowing me down.’
Alli shared harrowing details of his traumatic childhood, including an incident that saw him molested by a friend of his biological mother’s.
‘(My childhood is) something I haven’t really spoken about that much, to be honest. I mean, I think there were a few incidents that could give you kind of a brief understanding,’ Alli continued.
‘So, at six, I was molested by my mum’s friend, who was at the house a lot. My mum was an alcoholic, and that happened at six. I was sent to Africa to learn discipline, and then I was sent back.
There for him: It comes after Cindy showed her support for the Everton player after his heartbreaking interview with Gary Neville on The Overlap
Supporting her man: Kimberly took to social media to tell Alli she is proud of him for opening up on his struggles
Honest: Dele told Gary Neville (right) he became addicted to sleeping pills, while claiming he was molested by a friend of his alcoholic mother aged six and dealt drugs when he was eight
‘At seven, I started smoking, eight I started dealing drugs. An older person told me that they wouldn’t stop a kid on a bike, so I rode around with my football, and then underneath I’d have the drugs, that was eight. Eleven, I was hung off a bridge by a guy from the next estate, a man.
‘Twelve, I was adopted – and from then, it was like – I was adopted by an amazing family like I said, I couldn’t have asked for better people to do what they’d done for me. If God created people, it was them.
‘They were amazing, and they’ve helped me a lot, and that was another thing, you know – when I started living with them, it was hard for me to really open up to them, because I felt within myself, it was easy to get rid of me again. I tried to be the best kid I could be for them. I stayed with them from 12, and then started playing first-team, professionally, at 16. It all sort of took off from there.’
In rehab, Alli shared, he was taught to consider his childhood in a different light.
‘They taught me in rehab, I’m not allowed to say I was a bad kid but I got in trouble a lot, you know, with the police. I had no rules, I grew up without any rules. Like I said, my mum she drank a lot and I don’t blame her at all for what happened.
‘I think going to [rehab] really helped me understand her and the things she was going through and what she had to deal with, and it was all she knew.
‘Me going into rehab now has helped me understand her – it was all she knew. Like, even when she let me go and I got adopted, she knew and I knew that it was what was needed to even have a chance of living the life I wanted to live and be successful. And because it was only going one way if I stayed there.’
The impact of his difficult childhood led to feelings of betrayal in the player, and Alli stated that he has no interest in a relationship with either his biological mother or father.
Estranged: Dele no longer has a relationship with his mother Denise, and revealed that he struggled with her alcoholism as a child