Newlywed Katherine Webb-McCarron posts honeymoon selfie bikini photo (pic)
Katherine Webb and rookie Cincinnati Bengals quarterback A.J. McCarron tied the knot a few weeks ago in what was presumably a lavish and romantic ceremony attended by the couple’s closest friends, family and loved ones.
Like many others, I was not lucky enough to attend the event — my invitation must have been lost in the mail — sigh — although Webb did share an image of what the invitation looked like on social media for the uninvited souls who had to celebrate the wedding from afar.
From the looks of an update she posted to Instagram on Sunday, Mrs. Webb-McCarron is enjoying the time spent with her new hubby as the couple enjoy the company of one another during their presumably luxurious honeymoon.
Webb-McCarron, as newlywed brides are wont to do, took a brief break from enjoying her hubby’s company in order to post a selfie to Instagram.
Okay, most new brides don’t do that. But then again, most newlywed young ladies aren’t a model or a former Miss Alabama, two things Webb-McCarron boasts as her life’s accomplishments.
And if you got it, you might as well flaunt it, which is what Webb-McCarron did by posting a revealing selfie of herself, showcasing her bikini body by gallivanting around in a itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie cheetah-spotted black bikini.
The only thing that could make that photo any better is if she was chowing down on a ginormous Hardee’s burger at the same time, but that may be only this writer’s opinion.
Suffice to say that given how Webb-McCarron looks in said bikini that her newlywed husband is enjoying the honeymoon as well, thank you very much.
Interesting side note about Webb-McCarron’s Instagram profile: In her bio, Webb-McCarron, a devout Christian, references the Bible verse Matthew 5:16, which reads, “ In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”
I don’t know about good deeds, but this photo certainly illustrates how she is more than happy to let her “light shine before others.” In a manner of speaking, of course.
(for more Katherine Webb coverage, feel free to peruse the Sportress of Blogitude archives)