The 46-year-old shared a carousel of photos on Instagram, with the first one depicting a beautiful beach scene. The redhead rocked a pink gingham swimsuit with cutouts, showing off her trim figure.
She finished off her look with a casual white skirt and a pair of dark sunglasses. Lying on a green towel with a hand resting on her hip, the star looked relaxed as she soaked up the sun.
“Farewell Caribbean skies,” she captioned the set of photos. Other snaps included some extravagant cocktails, fiery sunsets and a glorious boat trip the pair took.
Fans flocked to the comment section to share how ‘divine’ the Aussie star looked.
“Looks like a nice little getaway to unwind and relax at. Of course you look stunning as always Isla,” one person wrote.
“Isla, you are totally gorgeous,” another added.
“Beautiful lady in paradise!” a third chimed in.
“Laid back beach beauty,” remarked a fan.
Others were enamoured by the beautiful setting, although one Home and Away fan quipped that it had ‘nothing on Summer Bay’.
“This place looks so damn beautiful,” a fan gushed.
“Wow amazing views. Looks like paradise. Thanks for sharing,” another wrote.
“The Caribbean looks good on you guys! Although I think both of you would look way cooler dressed as pirates,” joked a third.
“Looks like a blast! Love a rainbow moment while on vacay!” another said.
Isla Fisher teases a return to Summer Bay
While the Aussie star has made a name for herself in Hollywood, appearing in The Great Gatsby, Confessions of a Shopaholic and Now You See Me, she first shot to fame in Home and Away.
Isla played Shannon Reed from 1994-1997 and previously told Yahoo Lifestyle that she has “thought about” returning to the soap.
“I've thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be hilarious?’ But then the reality of it is, obviously, you have to give lots of notice and then it gets written in and then you have to commit," she revealed.
“But obviously it would be fun just to sort of like, walk by with a surfboard or something at some point.”
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