Maren Morris shows off toned abs in new bikini photo: 'You're looking great'

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Maren Morris looked relaxed during a recent day on the water. (Image via Getty Images)
Maren Morris looked relaxed during a recent day on the water. (Image via Getty Images)

Maren Morris knows how to have fun in the sun.

On Sunday, the 31-year-old country singer took to Instagram to share a series of photos taken while enjoying a day on the water.

In her latest photos, Morris looked happy and relaxed posing in a bikini by Monday Swimwear. The "Circles Around This Town" singer paired the look with a knotted cover-up and oversized sunglasses.

"Pretending it’s Lake Como," she captioned the post, which included a sweet photo with husband, Ryan Hurd.

Followers were glad to see Morris taking some time for herself amidst her busy music career.

"Absolutely beautiful pictures!" commented a fan. "I'm so happy that you're taking time off to be with your husband."

"It's so refreshing to see you out and enjoying yourself, but I can't wait to see you on tour soon! P.S. That bikini is FIRE!" wrote another.

"I wish I looked that good on a boat," joked a fan. "But you deserve this time with your husband because you're so hard working!

"Flawless! Beautiful as always, and that bikini is super cute. You're looking great!," added another.

In the past, Morris has been vocal about her "mom belly" and embracing her postpartum figure.

In March, the singer posted a mirror selfie on Twitter showing off her stomach in a bodycon dress nearly two years after giving birth to her son, Hayes Andrew.

"In this house we stan mom bellies," she captioned the photo.

In April 2021, the songstress wrote about about women "snapping back" after birth in an honest Instagram post.

"[I] Am never saying "trying to get my body back" again. No one took it, i didn’t lose it like a set of keys," she wrote. "The pressure we put on mothers to "snap back" is insurmountable and deeply troublesome. You are and always were a f—king badass. And yeah, I'm proud."

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