By Jessica Napoli-Fox News
Gisele Bundchen is heating up her latest photoshoot.
The supermodel flaunted her enviable bikini body for the April cover of Vogue Germany as part of a special edition of the magazine dedicated to the environment and sustainability — two issues close to Bundchen’s heart.
In the cover — shot by famed photographers Luigi Murenu and Iango Henz — the 38-year-old Brazilian bombshell is seen rocking a sheer blouse paired with black bikini bottoms as she emerges from the water with her classic beach waves hairstyle and sunkissed makeup.
“I’m so happy to be a part of @voguegermany special edition dedicated to the environment and sustainability,” Bundchen captioned the Instagram photo.
Bundchen, who began modeling at 14 years old, landed her first Vogue cover at age 19 and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
In 2018, she told Ellen DeGeneres that she’s nowhere near ready to retire.
“I think I am the farthest I have ever been from retiring. I’ve never worked so hard in my life, actually,” she said at the time.
“I think I’ll retire only the day I die,” Bundchen continued. “Because I love working, I love creating, I think that’s why we’re here to keep creating and expanding and learning.”