They're some of the world's most in-demand models.
But the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue stars Danielle Herrington, 25, and Jasmine Sanders, 27 make sure to make time for themselves.
The models were spotted soaking up the sun on the beach in some fashionable bikinis just one day after celebrating the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue at the magazine's most body positive launch party in Miami.
Miami models: Danielle Herrington and Jasmine Sanders soak up the sun in Miami Beach on Friday
Herrington is only the third black woman to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated after Tyra Banks and Beyonce.
She rocked a silver bikini with side tie thong bottoms, silver hoop earrings and a pair of futuristic yellow shades.
The barrier breaker's long brown locks fell down her back in gentle curls.
Sanders normally curly hair was pulled back in a tight bun.
Peace and love: Sanders flashed a peace sign and a smile as her infinity sign tattoo peaked out from under her arm
Barrier breaker: Herrington is only the third black woman to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated
Golden Barbie: Sanders sported a simple lavender bikini with cheeky bottoms and aviator sunglasses
The 2019 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is filled with 'firsts' and a level of age and body diversity never seen in the magazine before. Here are some the highlights this year:
Halima Aden, 21: First model to wear a hijab and burkini
Winnie Harlow, 24: First model with vitiligo
Veronica Pome'e, 29: First Polynesian model
Megan Rapinoe, 33: First openly-gay woman
Tyra Banks, 45: Oldest cover star. In 1996 and 1997, Tyra was also the first-ever black model to cover the magazine.
Paulina Porizkova, 54: Oldest model to pose in the magazine
Tara Lynn, 26: Oldest SI Swim rookie
The Golden Barbie, as she is sometimes called, sported a simple lavender bikini with cheeky bottoms and aviator sunglasses.
Her tattoos were on full display as the pair soaked up the sun in Miami Beach.
Sports Illustrated celebrated the release of its 2019 Swimsuit Issue in Miami this week, and the red carpet for the event proved it's the most body-diverse cast yet.
Days after the issue hit stands on May 8, the magazine hosted the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit On Location at Ice Palace on Friday, inviting models from the issue and other stars to pose for pictures, participate in a panel, and party.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
Snaps from the event show that this may just be the most body-positive and inclusive issue ever: While there