Naomi Campbell, 52, looks sensational in white bikini in the Maldives

‘Vacation time’: Naomi Campbell, 52, looks sensational in white bikini as she soaks up the sun with PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kamani during trip to the Maldives

Naomi Campbell looked radiant as ever as she enjoyed a trip to the beach alongside PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kumani in the Maldives on Wednesday.

The model, 52, displayed her jaw-dropping figure as she slipped into a white bikini while soaking up the sun on a beach chair.

The star styled her raven locks into loose waves for the day while she also sported several gold necklaces.

Holiday: Naomi Campbell enjoyed a trip to the beach alongside PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kumani in the Maldives on Wednesday (L-R, Alton Mason, Naomi, Umar and Nada Adelle)

Umar, 34, opted for a casual look as he donned a white open shirt along with a matching pair of trousers. 

The PrettyLittleThing founder was accompanied by his fiancée Nada Adelle who looked stunning in a white crop top and matching skirt.

Also joining them was male model Alton Mason who went shirtless and sported a white pair of trousers. 

It comes after Naomi recently faced criticism from gay right’s campaigners for agreeing to host a ‘spectacular’ fashion show in Qatar.

Event: It comes after Naomi recently faced criticism from gay right’s campaigners for agreeing to host a ‘spectacular’ fashion show in Qatar

Gay men and women are persecuted in the Arab nation where homosexuality is considered abnormal and punishable by three years in jail.

Human rights organisation Amnesty International has said women and LGBTQ+ people ‘continue to face discrimination in law and practice’ in the country.

Naomi has often publicly voiced support for the LGBT community. In 2021, she joined a host of celebrities in signing a letter of support for the LGBT community in Ghana.

She once said: ‘If it wasn’t for gay men, I would not exist… I owe my life to gay men. It’s just what I have grown up with. It’s my family.’

Criticism: Human rights organisation Amnesty International has said women and LGBTQ+ people ‘continue to face discrimination in law and practice’ in the country

Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, who said he was this week detained by officials while protesting about gay rights in Qatar, said: ‘Miss Campbell’s involvement is inconsistent, given the country’s appalling restrictions on women and the criminalisation of LGBT.’

Naomi’s spokesman said: ‘She is famously supportive of the LBGTQ+ community and she understands that being engaged in places like Qatar is an essential step towards positive change.

‘To suggest that her Emerge initiative is in any way an affront to the LGBTQ+ community shows a lack of understanding of who [she] is as a person and as a global citizen.’

Guests: Umar and Nada attended Naomi’s fashion show in Doha last month

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