Paulina Gretzky, Instagram


Well, someone's ready for summer.

Paulina Gretzky, who welcomed a son with golfer fiancé Dustin Johnson on Jan. 19, shared a pic of herself today lounging in a skimpy black string bikini that left nearly nothing to the imagination.

Nothing, that is, except for the mind-boggle that is either her postpartum workout routine or, more likely, the 26-year-old model and singer's genes.

And come to think of it, Gretzky was one of those tiny pregnant gals, too, her baby bump being pretty much the only sign that she was expecting as her due date approached.

Also speaking of lineage, son Tatum Gretzky Johnson's genetic code happens to be stacked in his favor as well—in addition to his pretty talented mama and athlete dad, his maternal grandpa is hockey living legend Wayne Gretzky.

So, no pressure in the sports department, little one.

Paulina showed her son off on Instagram a few weeks ago, the then 5-month-old baby boy sporting a onesie that read "mommy's hunk" while being propped up by his very buff father.

Our little man wearing his first pair of @adidas shoes ???? @djohnsonpga

A photo posted by Paulina Gretzky (@paulinagretzky) on

"From the moment you came into this world I knew how much you needed me but never realized how much I needed you. Happy Mothers Day everyone!!!" Paulina wrote in celebration of her first Mother's Day last month.

"It's just unbelievable," she told reporters in March, per ET Canada, after Johnson won the World Golf Cadillac Championships in Miami. "Dustin's the best dad, he's my best friend. He's been so supportive with me and we're just there for each other. I couldn't be happier for him."

"It's hard to describe, but just from the first day he's born, your perspective on life completely changes," Johnson, who was briefly suspended from the PGA Tour last year, also said at the time about becoming a dad. "Things that were important aren't important anymore. He's kind of the only thing that's really important, and being there for him and being a role model for him.

"It kind of makes life a lot easier I think, just because there's just one thing that's kind of all you think about. It definitely simplifies stuff."

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