Mark Wahlberg showed off his toned body with his wife, Rhea Durham, on Boxing Day.
The actor, 51, was spotted in a turquoise swimsuit as he relaxed on the white sand beaches of Barbados. Durham, 44, was seen kissing her husband of 13 years in the crystal clear water.
The couple’s children – Ella, 18, Michael, 16, Brendan, 13, and Grace, 12 – were not spotted in the footage but were likely celebrating the Christmas holidays with their parents during the tropical getaway.
In October, Wahlberg revealed that he and his wife had moved their three children from Hollywood and Nevada to give them a “better life.”
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“So to be able to give my kids a better life and follow and pursue their dreams – whether it’s my daughter as an equestrian, my son as a basketball player, my youngest son as a golfer – that made a lot more sense to us,” the actor explained on an episode of “The Talk.”
“So we came here to give us a new look, a new start for the kids, and there are a lot of opportunities here. I’m really excited about the future.”
On Thursday, the ‘Father Stu’ star shared a video on Instagram of himself at the gym with his workout buddy, Tom Dowd, “getting ready for Christmas vacation.”
Dowd is the co-founder of Wahlberg’s Performance Inspired Nutrition company. The duo founded the fitness brand in 2015.
“No one was hurt making this video!!” Wahlberg captioned the workout video with Dowd.
In April, Wahlberg admitted that earning 30 pounds for his film, “Father Stu,” cost him dearly. The actor plays Stuart Long, an amateur boxer turned priest who suffers from a degenerative and incurable muscle disease.
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“I gained 30 pounds and went from a guy in fighting shape to a guy in a wheelchair, suffering from a rare generative muscle disease,” he told Entertainment Weekly at the time.
“I had just turned 50 when we finished the movie, and I was eating 11,000 calories a day,” he shared. “This drastic weight has really weighed on me for the past seven, eight months.”
Wahlberg, who recounts his no-nonsense daily workouts, described how he gained weight for the role.
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“I tried to do it in a healthy way,” the star told the outlet. “It was a dozen eggs and a dozen pieces of bacon, two baked potatoes, a Porterhouse steak, two bowls of white rice and a glass of olive oil. The first two weeks were packed with protein. The next two weeks were high in carbs. . The last two weeks starches, then sodium, just to get as pumped up as possible.”
Fox News Digital’s Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report