Cressida Bonas shared a sweet personal picture with her followers on Thursday, soaking up the sun on the beach in a bikini.
She happily held her little dachshund Budgie in the adorable snap, captioning it: "My little friend Budge. Oh how I love."
Plenty of friends and fans commented on the adorable post, with one writing: "Beautiful picture! This is adorable!" and another adding: "What a picture."
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It's not known where the sunny photo was taken, but it certainly looks like Cressida is enjoying the sunny British weather, wherever she is. She wore a striped bikini top and pulled her hair up into a half-up style, adding chic pale green sunglasses.
Cressida shared a beautiful beach snap
She also wore delicate jewellery, and her stunning halo engagement can just be seen in shot.
Cressida's gorgeous 'target' engagement ring. IMAGE: Instagram / Harry Wentworth-Stanley
The target ring is inspired by antique styles, and features 'halos' of rubies and diamonds in an octagon shape.
Cressida married her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley at the exclusive Cowdray Park, in Midhurst, West Sussex, in July 2020.
In an article she wrote for The Spectator about her "Lockdown Wedding", Cressida revealed that she turned to an old white dress from Whistles that she wore for James Arthur's music video, Naked, after failing to find her perfect wedding dress.
Cressida wore the same Whistles wedding dress she wore for James Arthur's music video
"Four days before the big day I marched up and down Oxford Street on the hunt for a wedding dress," she wrote.
"Finding nothing, I remembered an old Whistles dress I once wore for a James Arthur music video. I went home and found the dusty frock at the back of my cupboard. After some ironing, it looked good as new."
The couple were forced to cancel their original plans due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Cressida adding: "Not what we’d envisaged, but a more intimate and special day than we could ever have imagined. Imperfect yet perfect - a day we will never forget."
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