WWE legend Ric Flair has been enjoying his Thanksgiving weekend by soaking up the sunshine on holiday in Mexico with his wife and family.
The 71-year-old professional wrestler – that WWE fans will know as ‘The Nature Boy’ – looked majorly relaxed as he lazed around a beach in Tulum with 60-year-old wife Wendy Barlow.
Ric and Wendy – known as ‘Fifi the Maid’ in the World Championship Wrestling circle – have been married since September 2018 and appeared to be enjoying an afternoon in the sun.
Wrestling legend Ric – famous for his popular 'Wooooooo!' exclamations – kicked back in a yellow vest and black shorts, popping open a bottle of beer as he soaked up the sun.
While Wendy stunned in a shocking pink bikini and a jaunty hunters hat.
The pair reclined in a comfortable beach sofa as they watched the world go by from behind their sunglasses and casually sipped on refreshing drinks.
Ric and Wendy were joined by a number of the sportsman’s children for the sun soaked getaway.
He has four children from previous relationships – although, tragically, his son, Reid, died aged 25 in 2013 following a drugs overdose.
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Enjoying their time on the beach, the group didn’t tire of taking selfie and group photographs.
Sharing one snap, taken prior to the holiday, via Instagram himself, Ric wrote: “Happy Thanksgiving To Our Extended Families In Orlando, Florida And Huntsville, Alabama, And To Our Friends Everywhere! #thanksgiving #thankful #blessed.”
Wendy looked in good spirits as she enjoyed all the sun, sand and sea on offer.
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The former tennis professional had been struck down by Coronavirus back in July.
The star had described the symptoms of the potentially deadly disease as “brutal”.
At the time, Ric had described caring for his wife with Republic World magazine.
The award winning wrestling legend explained: “I’d take her to the hospital twice for IV one, just to make sure she was okay.
“Of course, they released her both times after keeping her for a couple of hours, but you can’t be careful enough.
“In the world I live in, you just double-check and cross-examine everybody. It’s brutal,” he said.
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