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Irene, 90, doesn’t let age stop her from rocking her bikini

Lady Watego Byron Bay posted this photo of Irene, 90, on their Facebook Page.Photo Contributed
Lady Watego Byron Bay posted this photo of Irene, 90, on their Facebook Page.Photo Contributed Contributed

THIS just goes to prove you're never to old to rock a bikini!

The Facebook page of local clothing label Lady Watego Byron Bay posted the image of the woman looking wonderful in a Seafolly bikini on a cruise.

"The gorgeous 90 year old Irene on her family cruise wearing her @seafollyaustralia spot on bikini," the page wrote.

"Never too old for a bikini."

In the comments section, they added: "She was so gorgeous - the staff and residents of her nursing home convinced her to get a bikini for the cruise!

"She looked amazing - an inspiration!"

Irene is believed to be from Ballina.

Will you still be rockin' your bikini at 90?

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