Olivia Culpo is working in Tulum, but has taken the time to marvel at the grandeur of the place.
TULUM.- Former Miss Universe 2012, Olivia Culpo, Fired comments on social media; first to show your pics in a bikini for a magazine and after dissatisfaction with Of course Ride At night in Tulum, Quintana Roo, where There is a “curfew” For the Covid-19 pandemic.
The magazine “Sports Illustrated” recently presented Images Of the session held on Mexican beaches. However, the feeling is the opposite when images are exited. a reaction on social media about Photos shared by Olivia About his trip to Tulum, Mexico.
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For him you can see him outside, in the hotel area, in a black minidress. The area in which the occupation was carried out raises suspicion that left after “curfew” In Tulum, which is 11 pm, the time when activities are advised to stop to avoid infection with the coronavirus.
Till here, Published a store in Tulum Photos with the phrase: “#MakeOliviaFollowCurfew” (“Honor Olivia Curfew”). However, Model responds to criticism And after saying that her feelings were hurt, she took to her Instagram to show that pictures were taken earlier from the appointed time.
From January to June 2021, about 1,300 tourists in Quintana Roo have tested positive for COVID; The infection is rampant among people aged 20 to 35, which is why the government has seen the need to resort to more drastic measures.
In a special way Olivia Culpo it was one of ichief guest from collection Bvlgari Resort Riviera Maya From Bvlgari, inspired by this Mexican destination and will be available for the first time at the Azulik Hotel.
Collection is accompanied by a trunk show that will be available from July 15 to 19 at the Jacques Eck Boutique within the famous hotel, where Olivia caught walking barefoot To enjoy the views surrounded by water which completely amazed him.
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