Brighter days ahead: Fitness model Steph Claire Smith flaunts her flawless figure in a bikini as she enjoys a holiday in Byron Bay with her son after her sunglass company folded
Her sunglasses brand went into voluntary administration last month.
And fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith is moving on following the bad news.
The 28-year-old spent the day at the pool with her son Harvey during a holiday in Byron Bay with husband Josh Millar on Monday.
Fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith (pictured with son Canon) turned heads on Monday as she showcased her flawless figure at a local pool
Steph flaunted her washboard abs, toned arms and legs in an eye-catching orange and yellow bikini.
Makeup free, her natural beauty shined and she beamed from ear-to-ear as she spent precious time doting on her four-year-old.
The mother of one posted a gallery of sweet photos to Instagram and captioned them ‘even though it was not the most perfect weather the day we got in, I couldn’t resist.
‘Love being this little dude’s mum,’ she added.
Steph was clad in an eye-catching orange and yellow bikini and ensured the camera captured all the right angles
Former Miss Universe Australia Olivia Molly Rogers commented the mother-and-son team were ‘cuties’ while others remarked she was creating ‘precious memories’.
It comes after Steph’s sunglass company Soda Shades, which she founded with her partner Josh, went into voluntary administration last month.
Steph stepped down as the director of the company soon after it was launched, while Josh followed at the end of last year.
The 28-year-old’s natural beauty shined and she beamed from ear-to-ear as she spent precious time doting on her four-year-old
The sunglasses brand was popular with Australian celebrities, and the label even designed a pair to mark tennis legend Dylan Alcott’s retirement.
Soda Shades has nearly 50,000 followers on Instagram and sold products around the world, with an average pair of specs costing about $95.
Major supply chain issues, however, due to Covid-19 lockdowns meant they were unable to move their products and debt increased.
Her sizzling snaps comes after Soda Shades, the sunglasses brand founded by Steph and her partner Josh Miller (pictured together), went into voluntary administration last month