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Weekday Worldies 18th May

We love you Wednesday we do, we love you Wednesday we do... Forget the rain outside and brighten your day with another set of weekday worldies that we have kindly compiled for you all!


Let us start off by serving you up an ace of a worldie. This Canadian model is the girlfriend of tennis player Milos Raonic and is grabbing a lot of attention courtside. Danielle's legs are certainly eye-catching and we can confirm that she is not afraid to show them off to her loyal fans, for example stag.com!


Allow yourself a moment to pick your jaw up from your desk! Devin Brugman has shot to fame for her time spent in bikinis and swimwear, and no-one is complaining. The Los Angeles based star can be spotted at various beach locations around the globe, so get that bucket and spade ready and head to the seaside!


If you're not one of Jennifer Selter's 9.2million followers, you're doing something wrong! The American star - who is situated in New York - specialises in fitness, health, motivation and positive thinking. I think we would all find it pretty hard not to think positively after scrolling through this stunner's instagram.


This Angelina Jolie lookalike came to everyone's attention after appearing in Kylie Jenner's music video for 'Glosses.' It's easy to see why when you browse through the insta-famous beauty's photos. Talking of photos, Mara is not shy of taking a snap of herself which she will then gladly share with us all on instagram. Happy days!


Another swimwear model for you, lads! This time we venture to Denmark to visit Nina Agdal who is well received by her one million plus instagram followers. The swimwear that the Dane wears doesn't tend to cover up too much flesh, which of course is how it should be when someone of this model's beauty is wearing one!

Image credits; Daily Movement, Hawt Celebs, Enstarz, Pinterest, Maxim

Back to articles Date Posted: Wednesday 18th May 2016 Author: George Crewe