Chlöe Bailey has taken time to wind down from her busy schedule to enjoy some fun in the sun.

The singer took to Instagram on Monday (May 22) to share a fun video montage of her recent trip. From embarking on hikes and swimming around in the ocean to eating delicious meals and dancing, Bailey is enjoying this much-deserved vacation.

But the singer’s slinky, gold fringed swimsuit that flaunted her stunning figure is what caught fans’ attention. “baby finally went on vacation.. having my eat pray love moment,” she captioned the post.

Eat, Pray, Love, written by author Elizabeth Gilbert in 2006, was made into a full-length feature film starring Julia Roberts in 2010. The memoir and movie follow the author’s trip around the world after her divorce and what she learned along the way.

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In other related news, Chlöe recently extended her sister, Halle, some major kudos for her upcoming role in Disney’s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.

Ahead of the film’s upcoming release, Halle Bailey stopped by the Tamron Hall Show to share her thoughts on the movie, as well as her audition and landing the role. However, there was one touching moment that took everyone by surprise.

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During their conversation, the host revealed she had a surprise message for the actor and singer from “someone special” — her older sister, Chlöe Bailey. The young star was left crying by the heartwarming message.

“Halle I love you so much,” Chlöe began. “I am just so incredibly proud of you. I am the proudest sister in the entire world.”

She continued: “Thank you for inspiring me. Thank you for inspiring all the beautiful young boys and girls out there who will now see you on that screen, and know they can be anything they want to in the world. It doesn’t matter what anybody tells them. I’m so proud of you. I’m so happy the world gets to see your light, [which is] something that I’ve always seen since we were little girls. Just enjoy it.”