Magic Mike alum Alex Pettyfer enjoys Grecian beach day with wife Toni Garrn and daughter Luca


Magic Mike alum Alex Pettyfer enjoys Grecian beach day with bikini-clad wife Toni Garrn and daughter Luca

Magic Mike alum Alex Pettyfer and his wife of 20 months – Lions Model Toni Garrn – brought their daughter Luca Malaika to the beach while vacationing in Greece last Saturday.

The 32-year-old Englishman showcased his tattooed chest and arms while wearing only black swim trunks.

The German blonde – turning 30 on July 7 – flaunted her slim 6ft1in figure in a gold underwire bikini top and matching sparkly bottoms.

Family fun! Magic Mike alum Alex Pettyfer and his wife of 20 months - Lions Model Toni Garrn - brought their daughter Luca Malaika to the beach while vacationing in Greece last Saturday

Family fun! Magic Mike alum Alex Pettyfer and his wife of 20 months – Lions Model Toni Garrn – brought their daughter Luca Malaika to the beach while vacationing in Greece last Saturday

Alex and Toni (born Antonia) will also celebrate the first birthday of their cherubic child in mid-July.

Little Luca dipped her feet on the shoreline while dressed in a white bucket hat and diapers.

Pettyfer and Garrn originally began dating in 2018 before co-starring as Liam and Olivia in Agata Alexander’s 2021 sci-fi directorial debut Warning alongside his father Richard Pettyfer.

The Crisis actress – who boasts 3.9M social media followers – gushed last Wednesday on Instagram: ‘Loving life more than ever! #grateful.’

Sandy feet: The 32-year-old Englishman showcased his tattooed chest and arms while wearing only black swim trunks

Sandy feet: The 32-year-old Englishman showcased his tattooed chest and arms while wearing only black swim trunks

The German blonde flaunted her slim 6ft1in figure in a gold underwire bikini top and matching sparkly bottoms

She's turning 30 on July 7

Turning 30 on July 7! The German blonde flaunted her slim 6ft1in figure in a gold underwire bikini top and matching sparkly bottoms

Plenty to celebrate! Alex and Toni (born Antonia) will also celebrate the first birthday of their cherubic child in mid-July

Plenty to celebrate! Alex and Toni (born Antonia) will also celebrate the first birthday of their cherubic child in mid-July

Cute: Little Luca dipped her feet on the shoreline while dressed in a white bucket hat and diapers

Cute: Little Luca dipped her feet on the shoreline while dressed in a white bucket hat and diapers

Still going strong! Pettyfer and Garrn originally began dating in 2018

They co-starred as Liam and Olivia in Agata Alexander's 2021 sci-fi directorial debut Warning alongside his father Richard Pettyfer

Still going strong! Pettyfer and Garrn originally began dating in 2018 before co-starring as Liam and Olivia in Agata Alexander’s 2021 sci-fi directorial debut Warning alongside his father Richard Pettyfer

This fall, the SAG Award nominee will executive produce and star as footballer-turned-convict Taylor in Kieron Hawkes’ film Branded.

Maria Bakalova, Tom Hopper, and Frank Grillo will also star in the big-screen adaptation of David Grann’s 2004 article in The New Yorker about Aryan prison gangs – according to Deadline.

Alex is the co-owner of Dark Dreams Entertainment and he signed a three-picture deal with Infinity Hill to produce Blurred, The Contortionist’s Handbook, and The Weekend last month.

Pettyfer will next executive produce and star as Dwight Tufford in Andrew Hunt’s 2022 psychological thriller The Infernal Machine for Paramount Pictures alongside Guy Pearce, Alice Eve, and Jeremy Davies.

Next gig! This fall, the SAG Award nominee will executive produce and star as footballer-turned-convict Taylor in Kieron Hawkes' film Branded

Next gig! This fall, the SAG Award nominee will executive produce and star as footballer-turned-convict Taylor in Kieron Hawkes’ film Branded

'#filmisnotdead': Maria Bakalova, Tom Hopper, and Frank Grillo will also star in the big-screen adaptation of David Grann's 2004 article in The New Yorker about Aryan prison gangs

‘#filmisnotdead’: Maria Bakalova, Tom Hopper, and Frank Grillo will also star in the big-screen adaptation of David Grann’s 2004 article in The New Yorker about Aryan prison gangs

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