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Marysol Patton in a transparent rash guard on the beach, drinks Friends Fun Wine

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Marysol Patton hit the beach on Sunday afternoon with a hot piece of man candy and can of Friends Fun Wine.

In photos obtained by the Daily Mail on March 10, Patton and her male friend are seen strutting their stuff, Patton in a transparent rash guard and bikini bottoms and her friend in a pair of swim trunks. They both look amazing, and appear to be enjoying themselves as they sip on their cans of wine (which is a much easier way of drinking wine on the beach than with a glass).

Earlier this month, Patton was named as celebrity ambassador for Friends Fun Wine, which she spoke of at the time of the announcement.

Of being named celebrity ambassador for the brand, Patton stated, "I'm excited to represent this amazing new brand. It's a fun product that fits my active, on-the-go-lifestyle! Friends Fun Wine has delicious flavors that I can't wait to share with my family, friends and fans!"

As for the transparent rash guard photos, Patton doesn't seem phased by the fact that her unmentionables are visible through her shirt, but with that physique, who would be? If anything, it's surprising that she doesn't put them on display more often!

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