Max Verstappen's stunning girlfriend Kelly Piquet shows off amazing beach body in £15 PrettyLittleThing swimsuit | The Sun

TWO-TIME Formula One world champion Max Verstappen's stunning girlfriend, Kelly Piquet, showed off her amazing beach body in a £15 PrettyLittleThing swinsuit.

Verstappen, 25, has been dating Kelly, who's the daughter of F1 legend Nelson Piquet, for just over two years.





The pair both live in Monaco and share two Bengal cats.

Kelly, 34, is a mother of one to three-year-old Penelope, whose father is former F1 driver Daniil Kvyat.

Following Kvyat's Red Bull demotion to Toro Rosso in 2016, he was replaced by then teenage hotshot Verstappen.

But before boyfriend Verstappen starts his campaign to win back-to-back-to-back F1 world championships, Kelly took to the beaches of Miami.

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The Brazilian beauty soaked up the sun in a £15 PrettyLittleThing swimsuit, showing off her stunning figure.

Vogue model Kelly will be back in the paddock from March with the 2023 season starting in Bahrain.

Pre-season testing gets underway next month in the Middle East.

Dad Nelson most likely won't be seen after coming under fire for using disgraceful slurs while referencing British F1 hero, Lewis Hamilton, during a podcast appearance in November 2021.

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His words came to light before last season's British Grand Prix.

Brazilian Piquet apologised for his despicable words and has been condemned by F1.

F1 said his comments are "unacceptable in any form and has no part in society".






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