carrie and boris johnson on holiday

She wore a vibrant red swimsuit (Picture: Splash)

Carrie Johnson is currently on holiday in Greece with her husband Boris.

And it seems the 34-year-old is fully embracing a casual beach style, after being spotted on a boat trip.

Yesterday, the mother-of-two stepped out in a vibrant red swimsuit, paired with denim shorts and a tie-dye skirt, as well as sunglasses.

In terms of details, Carrie wore a £295 Angie Smith x Tabitha Webb blue and white tie-dye shirt (which has sadly sold out) with her swimming cossie and shorts.

Carrie Johnson holding a towel

Her holiday attire (Picture:

She completed the look with pair of £8 gold mules from Zara and some £146 Rayban sunglasses. 

The red swimming costume was a v-neck, halterneck style.

Meanwhile, Boris opted for a grey t-shirt and baggy black shorts for the outing.

Carrie has become known for her fashion choices over the past few years, previously admitting she’s a big fan of renting pieces.

Here’s where you can get Carrie’s look below.

Where to shop Carrie’s look:

V-Cut Swimsuit

red swimsuit

The red look (Picture: & Other Stories)

Buy it now from & Other Stories for £55

Aeropostale plunging swimsuit in red

red swimsuit

Stand out (Picture: ASOS)

Buy it now from ASOS for £16.

Mango Zaida Denim Shorts, Blue

denim shorts

A hot weather staple (Picture: John Lewis)

Buy them now for £25.99 from John Lewis.

Forever Cut Denim Shorts

denim shorts

You can’t go wrong with denim shorts (Picture: &Other Stories)

Buy them now for £55 from & Other Stories

French Connection Tie Dye Blouse, White/Blue

tie dye short

Great for throwing on at the beach (Picture: John Lewis)

Buy it now for £31 from John Lewis

Ray-Ban David Round Sunglasses

rayban sunglasses

A summer essential (Picture: Next)

Buy them now for £137 from Next

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