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Christie Brinkley and her model daughter Sailor are total beach babes in artful bikini series

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Christie Brinkley and her daughter Sailor shared a series of imageson Wednesday from a luxurious tropical vacation in the tropics.The famed 67-year-old model and her lookalike daughter, 23, soaked up the sun and posed in bikinis before a boat trip in the turquoise waters.The family has been enjoying a staycation in Turks and Caicos this week, with Christie's son Jack, 26, also in attendance.

Timeless beauty!Christie Brinkley, 67, looked stunning as ever as she shared snaps from a family vacation in Turks and Caicos on Wednesday.

And Christie's model daughter Sailor, 23, also posted some sizzling red bikini snaps in an artful seriesChristie showed off her timeless beauty in a long sleeve one piece and sarong which she layered over a white bikini.She showed off her toned and tanned legs while posing by the ocean, and shieldedher face with a sun hat and sunglasses.

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