Mark Wahlberg showcased his musclebound torso as he rose dripping wet from the ocean during a trip to Barbados on Saturday.

The 51-year-old Hollywood heartthrob has been enjoying a New Year’s trip to the Caribbean destination with his family.

During his latest sighting he was glimpsed surfacing from the water, his drenched swimming trunks clinging to his toned legs.

Mark sported the same sculpted physique he had 30 years ago when he flashed the flesh in a sensational Calvin Klein ad campaign with Kate Moss.

The Ted star accessorized with a gleaming watch and warded off the blistering rays with a stylish pair of black shades for his beach day.

Wahlberg continued to show off his fit form while taking a shot of tequila on a boat.

The actor posted a video of himself enjoying his New Year getaway, with the caption: ‘Happy new year!! 2023 let’s go!! @flechaazultequila.’

He sported a blue hat from his Municipal brand and shielded his eyes with a pair of sunglasses.

Over the course of his trip he was previously spotted soaking up the sun by the sea with his wife Rhea Durham, whom he has been married to since 2009.

The happy couple are the proud parents of four children – daughters Ella, 19, and Grace, 12, as well as sons Michael, 16, and Brendan, 14.

 

Mark’s latest sighting comes just weeks after the release of a new bowdlerized version of his movie Father Stu, a biopic of the real-life priest Stuart Long.

The original R-rated version came out in April during Holy Week but this month ahead of Christmas a PG-13 edition called Father Stu: Reborn bowed in theaters.

Stu is a biopic of the late Father Stuart Long who started off his career as a boxer and eventually became a priest.

The clergyman’s father is played by Mel Gibson, whose girlfriend Rosalind Ross both wrote the screenplay and directed the picture.

Mark, who himself has been a devout Catholic for years, previously played a boxer a decade ago in the acclaimed film The Fighter.

 

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