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Stephanie Seymour Holidaying In Croatia

One of America’s most famous models, the former face of Victoria Secret Stephanie Seymour, has described her current holiday in Croatia as “the most wonderful vacation she has ever had.”

Seymour, who has previously posed for Playboy and was a former girlfriend of Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose after appearing in the band’s music videos for ‘November Rain’ and ‘Don’t Cry’, has been in Croatia for the past 5 days and arrived in Dubrovnik on Sunday where she spoke to Dubrovniktoday.net.

“This is the most wonderful vacation I have ever had. It is wonderful, it is really beautiful. I love the landscape,” said Seymour, who is in Croatia with her husband Peter Brant and their three kids. The family had already visited the island of Hvar, Istria in Croatia’s north and the Krka waterfalls.

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