Christie Brinkley has wowed fans with her kitchen Christmas tree - yes, a tree just for the kitchen. The former model shared a video of the brightly-colored tree sparkling in the evening light, revealing that it was decorated in multi-colored string lights, baubles, icicles, and a variety of trinkets.
"I love a room lit by a Christmas tree don’t you? This is our kitchen tree! Happy Jolly Merry Everything everybody!" she captioned the post. "Gorgeous! I love the fact that you have a KITCHEN CHRISTMAS TREE," exclaimed one fan, with another writing: "Your home reflects your lovely warm spirit. Doing multicolor this year now."
WATCH: Christie Brinkley wows fans with a very unexpected Christmas tree
"Good to see a tree filled with ornaments, each with a special memory or meaning," shared another, reflecting a sentiment many felt.
Christie has been getting into the holiday spirit lately, and has decorated her gorgeous $29.5 million home in the Hamptons for the occasion.
In another video she showed off the tree from a different angle, revealing it was in front of large-paneled windows that look out over a stunning view.
The 67-year-old has recently kicked promotion and conversation around her Bellissima brand into high gear, recently attending New York Advertising Week.
The supermodel rocked the festive outift for the fun night out
She also joined the likes of Kathy Hilton and Nicky Hilton for the 2021 Footwear News Achievement Awards at Casa Cipriani, and Christie wore a bold and festive red suit which featured a double breasted blazer paired with matching cigarette pants and a thin black leather belt wound around her waist and classic black stilettos.
This past week she was also on The Nick Cannon Show where she dazzled fans with a tight high-neck ribbed mini dress with long sleeves.
On the show, she showed Nick how to model for the perfect holiday card shot, and used her Bellissimia prosecco to cheer for the season with Nick.
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