Paulina Gretzky stuns fans with Dustin Johnson celebration photo

Sam Goodwin
·Sports Editor
·3-min read
Paulina Gretzky, pictured here on holidays with Dustin Johnson.
Paulina Gretzky seems to be enjoying her Caribbean getaway with Dustin Johnson. Image: Getty

Paulina Gretzky has stunned her Instagram followers with a very risque photo from her Caribbean getaway with Dustin Johnson.

Johnson shed his unwanted tag of one-major wonder last Sunday, denying gallant Australian runner-up Cameron Smith to win the Masters in record fashion.

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The American golfer has since flown fiancee Gretzky and a number of their family and friends to the Caribbean island of St Barthelemy to celebrate.

Johnson flew model fiancee Gretzky; brother and caddie Austin and his wife Samantha; Gretzky’s best friend Kim Melnichenko and her partner Matt Forss; as well as friends Emily Birdsall, her partner Sam, and former caddie Miguel Rivera; to the popular holiday destination.

And the gang is clearly loving life, posting a number of photos and videos in their luxury accommodation and at the beach.

But Gretzky went one step further on Saturday after posting a photo on Instagram that showed her wearing nothing except a sun hat.

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The superstar WAG’s followers went nuts over the photo, with comments and likes flying thick and fast.

If the nude photo wasn’t a shock in itself, the fact that it came after a quiet year on social media certainly was.

The actor and former pop star has dialled back her posting on Instagram this year, only treating fans to a fraction of the number of photos she’s posted in the past.

Gretzky also went viral during the final round of Johnson’s victory at the Masters with a fashion statement that many thought was a huge flex.

With her man in sight of winning the green jacket, Gretzky could be seen walking around Augusta National wearing a green jacket of her own.

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Dustin Johnson hails Gretzky after Masters triumph

After his victory Johnson posted a photo of him and Gretzky kissing on the 18th green, writing: “Dreams do come true … we did it @paulinagretzky.”

Gretzky also shared the photo, writing: “Honey, I‘m forever and always your biggest fan. So proud of you @dustinjohnson.”

The daughter of Canadian ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, Paulina rushed onto the 18th green to celebrate with Johnson after he clinched the victory, planting a big kiss on her man.

“She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success,” Johnson said of his fiancee in September.

“She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for me, with everything I need to do.

Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky, pictured here celebrating after winning the Masters.
Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky celebrate after winning the Masters. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

“She understands everything it takes to get to where you want to be and the sacrifices you have to make.

“Having her dad as the greatest hockey player, she understands.

“You couldn’t ask for a better partner.”

Johnson’s Masters triumph cemented his place amongst the all-time greats as a Masters champion forever more.

The title adds to his 2016 US Open championship after he overcame a hoodoo of failing to convert his previous four 54-hole leads in majors.

He is the first World No.1 to win the Masters since Tiger Woods did so in 2002 and smashed the tournament scoring record of 18 under held jointly by Woods (1997) and Jordan Spieth (2015).

He joined Australian Jason Day and Sweden’s Henrik Stenson as the only players to post 20 under in a major.

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