Pip Edwards shows off tattoos, incredible figure at Lady Martins Beach

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Pip Edwards has given a rare look at her tattoos while taking a dip at Sydney’s Lady Martins Beach on Tuesday.

The P.E Nation co-founder was photographed at the swimming spot in Point Piper, wearing a fluorescent yellow bikini top and contrasting black bottoms.

At least three of Edwards’ tattoos could be seen, including “this must be the place” in cursive underneath her bicep – a nod to the beloved Talking Heads’ song.

It was a sun-soaked weekend for the 43-year-old, who celebrated Easter Sunday with UK pop singer Rita Ora and Vida Glow founder, Anna Lahey.

“It’s a very Happy Easter Sunday when sandwiched between these two rigalicious powerhouse women,” Edwards captioned an Instagram post of the trio at the beach.

It comes after Edwards’ P.E Nation co-founder, Claire Greaves (formerly Tregoning) announced in March she was stepping away from the company.

“Claire Greaves has made the decision to step out of the day-to-day running of the business,” a P.E Nation spokesperson said in a statement on March 14.

“Claire will remain on the board and will retain her shareholding as the company continues to thrive in the very creative, visionary hands of Pip Edwards at the helm (as creative director), along with the board of directors.

“The business has secured and developed an extremely strong product and design team.

“Pip and the company are in complete support of Claire’s transition to pursue other creative endeavours and wish her the absolute best in her next chapter.”

Neither Edwards nor Greaves have commented publicly on the latter’s departure.

Edwards did, however, celebrate a milestone for the athleisure brand days later (without any mention of Greaves) – when it achieved B Corp status, a global benchmark for sustainability.

“Personally, I have a deep innate love and appreciation for our earth and ocean, and I understand this ultimately sets the context for how to live well and feel good,” she wrote on Instagram.

“It is from our landscape that I find great peace and inspiration daily, so naturally @p.e.nation embarked on a conscious journey to commit to honouring, respecting, and repairing the planet, whilst still doing business.

“The road to B Corp certification has been a full business, all staff, enormous initiative over the past 2 years, and I couldn’t be more proud to announce this huge milestone and achievement … We will continue to navigate the complexities toward positive impact, we will continue to be probed about what more we could be doing, and we’ll no doubt be faced with challenges that will be hard to overcome.

“But we promise to do our absolute best to commit to betterment, greater social responsibility and environmental stewardship.”

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