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Fabulous at 57! RHONY veteran Luann de Lesseps looks in top shape while modeling a black bikini on the beach in Mexico

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Luann de Lesseps has been able to maintain her very hot bikini body over the decades.

And the 57-year-old Real Housewives Of New York veteran proved that once again as she was seen walking on a pristine white sand beach while on vacation in Mexico on Sunday.

The lounge singer made the most of her tiny waistline and sculpted arms in the very small string two piece that looked made for her killer curves.

De Lesseps enjoyed a Mayan ritual on the shore called Mayan clay meditation and that is why her body was covered in beige clay.

Beach babe is slim: The sultry singer appeared to be carefree and in an easy going mood as she smiled now and then while looking out at the shore

Time to have fun: She was surrounded by friends during her winter break in Mexico

Beach babe is slim: The sultry singer appeared to be carefree and in an easy going mood as she smiled now and then while looking out at the shore

She appeared to be in the best shape of her life as she rocked the two piece with her hair down as she took in the warm weather south of the border.

The brunette bombshell put her curves on display where she was in a small two piece swimsuit and no jewelery on except anklets.

The sultry singer appeared to be carefree and in an easy going mood as she smiled now and then while looking out at the shore.

Clay time: De Lesseps enjoyed a Mayan ritual called Mayan clay meditation and that is why her body was covered in clay

Needs a shower soon: The beige clay was caked on heavily all over

 Clay time: De Lesseps enjoyed a Mayan ritual called Mayan clay meditation and that is why her body was covered in clay

Haute stuff on the shore: She appeared to be in the best shape of her life as she rocked the two piece with her hair down as she took in the warm weather south of the border

Haute stuff on the shore: She appeared to be in the best shape of her life as she rocked the two piece with her hair down as she took in the warm weather south of the border

This comes after the siren said she watches her figure by skipping booze, staying on a Mediterranean Diet, doing intermittent fasting and practicing yoga.

The socialite told Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino earlier this year that she overall has a very healthy lifestyle.

‘First of all, I’m happy,’ she shared.

‘Second of all, I’m not drinking so that makes me even happier and keeps the weight off, I gotta say.’

She was sober then drank again during the pandemic and is now sober again.

The siren also likes to practice yoga and keep moving with walks on the beach. 

This looks interesting: Here she was bring helped get up as she lay peacefully on the sand next to a bowl

This looks interesting: Here she was bring helped get up as she lay peacefully on the sand next to a bowl

And she follows intermittent fasting.

‘I try not to eat before 10 in the morning and not after six at night,’ said the cabaret singer.

‘And if I do eat at night, it’s a lot lighter than what I would eat during the day. And really Mediterranean diet.’

And earlier this year she told SiriusXM’s Jeff Lewis Live about her decision to stop drinking.

She still has it: Luann posted a sizzling hot bikini photo to Instagram in mid December while in Los Angeles for her shows

She still has it: Luann posted a sizzling hot bikini photo to Instagram in mid December while in Los Angeles for her shows

Luann initially stopped drinking after she assaulted a police officer in 2017, but she relapsed in March of this year.

During the sit-down with Lewis, de Lesseps listed some of the benefits of sobriety.

‘You spend a lot less on Ubers, you don’t have to apologize the next day for something you did, you don’t wind up, like me, on Page Six, because you, you know, screwed up somewhere,’ she said.

‘You know, alcohol has gotten me into a lot of trouble, and I just got to a point in my life where I am able to have a good time without drinking,’ she added.

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