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Check Out Lauralee Bell’s Fantastic Caribbean Vacation!


It’s summer so you know what that means — summer vacations! Plenty of actors have shared peeks at their various getaways, and THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS star Lauralee Bell (Christine) shared another one of her video montages. This one was of her recent trip to St. Barthélemy (St. Barts) in the Caribbean with her husband, Scott Martin, and their children, Christian and Samantha!

“Everything pink (or mostly),” she joked of the series of clips set to “Raise Your Glass” by P!nk. “Thank you, family. More memories made!”

The video kicks off with Bell modeling a bright pink caftan in front of the turquoise waters of the Atlantic, then modeling an outfit in the mirror, posing with family like her hubby, the local neighborhood, a flashy nightclub, dining at Nikki Beach, and just soaking up the sun and sights. It concludes with a shot of the actress looking away from the camera and out at the ocean with the caption “Until next time.”

Bell has been playing Christine since 1983, when the character went by the affectionate nickname “Cricket.” And in addition to her Daytime Emmy Award-nominated acting, she’s also displayed quite a talent behind the camera, sharing multiple videos on social media showcasing behind-the-scenes antics of her Y&R castmates.

And among the comments on Bell’s Instagram vacation video were some from her former co-stars. Tracey Bregman (Lauren) simply commented with a fire emoji, and Don Diamont (ex-Brad; Bill, THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL) posted three emojis: a grinning face, a palm tree, and a heart.

And for the record, we’re not at all jealous of Bell’s fantastic family vacation… just like we weren’t remotely envious after seeing the photos from her Y&R co-star Michael Mealor’s trip to Italy with his wife. Swear!

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