Camila Cabello shares swimsuit photos from Italian getaway: ‘What a natural beauty’

Camila Cabello's Italian vacation post comes just a few days after she performed during the UEFA Champions League final match on May 28, 2022 in Paris, France. (Photo via Getty Images)

Camila Cabello’s Italian vacation post comes just a few days after she performed during the UEFA Champions League final match on May 28, 2022 in Paris, France. (Photo via Getty Images)

Camila Cabello is enjoying her Italian vacation.

On Tuesday, the 25-year-old took to Instagram to share a set of photos from her recent trip to Italy. In one photo, the “Havana” singer posed makeup-free in a vibrant pink, yellow and blue two-piece swimsuit. Another photo sees her shine in an all-white look featuring a Bardot sundress paired with a cardigan, sneakers and handbag.

“Ti amo, Italia,” she captioned the post for her more than 63 million followers.

Fans quickly flooded the “Señorita” singer’s photos with compliments on her “natural beauty.”

“What a natural beauty,” one fan replied to the post, while another wrote, “Absolutely stunning!”

“You look so beautiful without makeup, and we absolutely stan a realistic body,” someone else penned. “Thank you for being you! You’re gorgeous. And I am obsessed with your bikini!”

“Gorgeous vacation gal,” commented another.

“Makeup-free queen,” one fan wrote.

Another commenter chimed in: “OK but outfit number two is adorable!”

Cabello’s Italian getaway comes just a few days after performing at the opening ceremony of the UEFA Champions League Final at Stade de France. After completing her set, the “Bam Bam” singer called the audience “very rude” in a set of tweets.

“Playing back our performance and I can’t believe people were singing their team’s anthem so loud during our performance,” she wrote, “Like, my team and I worked tirelessly for so long to bring the right vibes and give a good show.”

“Very rude but whatever. I’m glad you guys loved it!” she added.

She later deleted the thread after garnering criticism for being offended.

“Don’t get offended that we don’t care that you sang, we are not your fans, we are fútbol fans,” one Twitter user replied to Cabello. “This ain’t the Super Bowl, this is the champions league.”

“Thanks for the effort and no disrespect but the fans are against shows before the biggest game of the season. It’s not America period. Nothing personal but we prefer the anthem to any artist any day,” another weighed in.

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