Ava Sambora posted a video in a pink bikini, captioning it “Just wiggling around,” at the beach with the ex-Bon Jovi rocker. She studies at Loyola Marymount University, but debuted as a model in March.
Richie Sambora was on cloud 9 as he enjoyed some down time with his two favorite blondes.
The 56-year-old rocker and his girlfriend Orianthi Panagaris, 31, were spotted on holiday in St. Barts on Sunday along with Richie’s 18-year-old daughter, Ava.
The teenager didn’t appear to be a third wheel though, as the three-some all appeared to be one happy family during their fun in the sun.
Ava showed off her fabulous physique in a pink two-piece as she splashed about in the ocean.
The model’s stylish swimsuit featured cross-straps at the back and cut-out detail on the briefs.
She wore her bleached locks loose but tied them into a cute bun when she took a dip in the chilly waters.
Richie displayed his arm tattoos as he went shirtless in black shorts.
The hip father-of-one wore some circular sunglasses and a shell necklace for Caribbean vibes.
Orianthi bore a striking resemblance to pop star Avril Lavigne with her long blonde ponytails and baker boy cap.
She also ventured into the water wearing a patterned string bikini and black shorts.
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The Australian singer-songwriter recently wrote an album with her musician beau.
Ava’s mother Heather Locklear did not join the trio on their trip but the model did have another pal with her to keep her company.
Locklear, 54, married the Bon Jovi guitarist in 1994 and split in 2007, but the duo remain amicable to help raise their daughter.
Ava aspired to be a model and actress just like her mom from the time she was young and told Teen Vogue back in 2013 she had big aspirations.
She said: ‘Ever since I was five or six, I’ve wanted to be an actress. I loved attention and would always try to be onstage and in front of people.
‘It was easy to figure out what I wanted to be,’ she said. ‘I only really get nervous in front of my family and friends because I want to impress them.’