Mark Wahlberg’s shirtless behavior continued in Barbados where he showed off his amazing body next to his equally stunning wife Rhea.
Marky Mark still has it going on all this time later. Mark Wahlberg, 48, continues to put men half his age to shame by keeping his body in tiptop shape for millions of us to gawk at. Case in point: his glistening abs were once again on display when he was spotted on the beaches of Barbados with his wife Rhea, 41, on December 28. The Boogie Nights star left little to the imagination by sporting nothing but a pair of multi-colored swim trunks and a big chain around his neck after emerging from the country’s sparkling waters. Rhea, on the other hand, showed off her own goods by wearing a sexy green polka-dot one-piece where her butt was almost completely exposed! If you got it, flaunt it… am i right?
The 2-time Oscar nominee’s body has been long the subject of conversation for almost thirty years now. His shirtless moments date back to when he was a Calvin Klein model in the early 90’s and when he did his rap thing with his number one hit “Good Vibrations” where his toned body was being drooled over by anyone who watched the classic video.
Hubba hubba. Mark revealed his body transformation after an intense six-months of F45 training and healthy eating on his Instagram December 19. “Six months of Performance Inspired Nutrition, Aquahydrate, and F45 training!!” he captioned the photo, rocking a low rise pair of black jeans, a graphite Damier belt by Louis Vuitton and his signature gold cross necklace. Mario Lopez, 46, was impressed by what he saw, writing “BEAST!” in the comments section.
This is a man who can’t stop taking his shirt off. Mark’s enviable frame was once again on display when posted an Instagram video of him showing off his sword-fighting skills on December 21.
Mark is far from the only Hollywood hunk over 45 to look good sans shirt. Others who have flexed their amazing bodies in recent years include everyone from Brad Pitt, 55, to Will Smith, 47, and more. Ooh la la indeed.