Yasmine Bleeth, Twitter, Baywatch

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Yasmine Bleeth, the iconic Baywatch star who seemingly disappeared from the public eye, has emerged—on the beach!

Soap opera actress Eileen Davidson spent her New Year's Day walking around Venice Beach with her husband, but it wasn't just a romantic stroll for two. Bleeth and her husband, Paul Cerrito, joined the couple on their boardwalk outing. Although we're used to seeing her in the famous red swimsuit, it appears that the 46-year-old actress has traded in her one-piece for some sweats.

Davidson tweeted their couples' jaunt, and even included a picture of the four of them celebrating the holiday.

"Walking the Venice beach boardwalk with Yasmine Bleeth and our hubbies!" she posted.

But the foursome wasn't alone for long. They were joined by a large group of people just before heading into the ocean (we're assuming), but the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star made sure to document the moment with a tweet, too.

"Penguin swim!!!" she captioned the pic, which features men and women of all ages.

The penguin swim, which dates back to 1952, is an annual event that celebrates the start of the New Year. People brave the icy water temperatures and swim to their heart's desire before they go numb! Participants can choose between courses: one for people who swim for fun and one for those who want to compete.

We have to give major props to Dick Van Patten in the middle of the picture. We're not sure how he handled the cold temps at his age! Then again, it is sunny California, so we're sure the warm air helped afterwards. Based on her outfit, it doesn't appear that Bleethe took a dip, but her husband certainly did.

It's nice to see the Baywatch babe out and about again!

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