Hollywood actress Jordana Brewster shared an eye-popping image to Instagram over the weekend.
The 43-year-old Fast And Furious star – who talked Paul Walker last week – was seen in a very tiny pale pink ʙικιɴι top with a scalloped edge and slender strings that she almost spilled out of.
The siren also had on a matching pale pink quart graduated necklace that hugged her collar.
The wife of Mason Morfit was laying back down on a sandy beach as she worked on her tan. ‘Beachy day,’ was all she wrote in her caption. Pal Jessica Alba hit the like ʙuттon.
She had on little makeup with her hair down as she added a cap.
For her sun-soaked trip to the beach, Brewster had her dog Endicott – whom she adopted in 2020 – by her side.
The star married Morfit after divorcing Andrew Form.
Jordana married Andrew in 2006 before filing for divorce in 2020. The couple share sons Julian, eight, and Rowan, six.
In June 2021, she reflected on what led to her separation from Andrew – and how she found love once again with her new man.
Jordana said it was her and Andrew’s vastly different schedules that ultimately drove her to divorce him last year and reconnect with Mason just days later.
Jordana was 27 when she married Andrew, a film producer whom she met on the set of Texas Chainsaw Mᴀssacre just one year earlier.
He was her first ‘real boyfriend’ and the ‘the first person I spent more than the perfunctory weekend with’.
‘I guess I wasn’t ready,’ she added.
Soon after the wedding, Jordana developed an eating disorder which first started off as binge eating before changing into calorie counting.
‘I was so focused on the number on the scale and the number of calories I consumed in a day that I ignored all other problems. I didn’t look closely at my career, my marriage.’
The issues in her marriage started cracking open as well.
‘Early in our marriage, my husband and I started leading parallel lives. We were both effective in managing our work (he was busier professionally and traveled much of the year) and home lives.
‘Once we stopped jumping the initial hurdles that a couple does—baby, surrogacy, two house renovations—I realized something was missing for both of us. When there wasn’t a project to invest in together, we didn’t have much to say to each other.’
Though she says he was gone most of the time, the actress did not blame her ex for their failed marriage.
‘Most of why my marriage didn’t work was not my ex-husband’s fault,’ she added. ‘He loves work. He loves being on set, on location. I knew this from ages 27 to 32, but it became a problem for me once the kids were older. I wanted a partner.’
‘So, toward the beginning of the pandemic, Andrew and I decided to separate. The combination of being apart for most of the year for many years and growing apart emotionally took its toll.’
Just days after their separation, Jordana would reconnect with her current boyfriend Mason, whom she first met a few years earlier when they were both still married to other people.
The future couple started following each other on Instagram not long after they first met, and Jordana found her heart fluttering with every interaction they had online.
Though they had only met in person once, Jordana never forgot about Mason, and just days after splitting from Andrew was traveling to San Francisco to see him.
‘Four days after I separated from Andrew, I was on a plane to San Francisco to visit this man I had met only once but who had stayed on my mind. I knew he’d been separated for two years. I wanted to see him, to confirm whether the image I’d built up in my mind matched reality. What I got was far more than I expected.
‘During a time when the world avoided all contact, when it was mandated that everyone stay six feet apart, Mason and I blended into each other.’
The couple shared a five-minute long embrace and a kiss when they reunited at the airport.
The couple started seeing each other every other week, but Jordana encountered pushback from friends and therapists who were insistent they were moving too fast.
‘The problem was that they didn’t know it was 13 years in the making. What seemed like a huge event was in fact a slow unraveling,’ Jordana insisted.