Blogged By: La Tray
Source & Story Credit: Mail Online – Iona Kirby
Photo Credit: Mail Online – Splash News
Posted: Monday March 26, 2012 @ 1:24 p.m. PST
Her fantastic figure alone would have been enough to turn heads as she enjoyed a day at the beach.
But to make sure she was even more noticeable, Jessica Hart donned an eye-catching neon pink string bikini.
The fluorescent colour of the frilly two-piece drew attention to her tanned and toned body as she walked in the sand on Miami Beach.
And the Australian model, 25, seemed happy to show off the shape that landed her a spot in the 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue as she enjoyed the sunshine.
Jessica looked every inch the off-duty model as she shielded the sun from her face and showed off her great style at the same time in a large wide-brimmed beach hat.
The Australian model lay on her stomach as she enjoyed a spot of tanning beside her friend.
She then decided to enjoy a spot of lunch and looked happy as she smiled at cameras while waiting for her food.
While Jessica looked incredibly relaxed on the Florida beach, she recently found herself in a scandal after her Greek shipping fortune heir boyfriend was involved in a bar brawl.
Jessica last month accused nightclub owner Adam Hock of starting a fight with her boyfriend and Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco.
Adam Hock, has been accused of of leaving the 24-year-old prince with a broken jaw and needing hospital treatment after he punched him at Double Seven, a Meatpacking District bar.
But he has since insisted the prince and his friends, including Jessica’s boyfriend Stavros Niarchos began the brawl and that he ‘acted 100% in self-defence.’
Jessica took to her Twitter page to rubbish his claims and wrote: ‘Ha! It’s going to be so pleasurable when the truth does come out and he’s exposed as the freaky liar he is.’
The model also made clear she thought his accusations of being an innocent party were rubbish.
She tweeted: ‘Although, I have I am getting a little pleasure watching him run to the press, squirming and lying in desperation.’