Nadia Bartel photographed in Noosa wearing black thong bikini

Nadia Bartel has been pictured soaking up the last of the school holidays with her family in Noosa.

The 38-year-old hit the beach over the weekend with boyfriend, Peter Dugmore, and her two sons Aston and Henley – who she shares with ex-husband, Jimmy Bartel.

The Henne co-founder showed off her incredible figure in a series of swimsuits, including a classic black bikini with thong bottoms, which she paired with a tan Polo Ralph Lauren cap.

Other photos showed Bartel in a green string bikini with yellow trim, over which she wore a pair of white, mid-length shorts and a broadbrimmed straw hat.

It comes after the mum-of-two and Dugmore, who she has been in a relationship with for two years, made their first public appearance at the Australian Open.

Speaking to the Herald Sun on the opening day of the grand slam, Bartel said the pair were ready to step out more.

“I like to be private in some things but we’re so happy,” she said.

“He’s a really good person and it’s been just over two years, we’re enjoying our time together. We just had a really nice break in Sydney and I’ve mainly just been here with family chilling by the pool.”

Bartel was speculated to have started dating the former footballer turned model and personal trainer in January 2022 when they were spotted together in Melbourne.

Their budding romance had gone relatively under the radar until they were snapped on holiday in Byron Bay in December that same year, kissing and cuddling.

The fashion entrepreneur has largely kept her love life private since her abrupt 2019 split from Brownlow medallist and Geelong Cats star Jimmy Bartel, after five years of marriage.

Speaking to Stellar last year about the public interest in her life and how it impacts her young sons, Bartel said she doesn’t “think they’re aware of it”.

“There have been moments where they have seen [paparazzi], a few times when we’ve been in the car and there have been cameras flashing,” she said.

“The boys have been like, ‘Mummy, why is that man taking a photo?’ And I’ve tried to explain it.

“They’re still young and still unaware. They know their dad played football. We talk about that.”

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