REAL MADRID keeper Thibaut Courtois has been enjoying a relaxing holiday break with fiancee Mishel Gerzig.
The pair have posted several snaps and videos on social media documenting their summer vacation in Israel – Gerzig's home country.
And they appeared to be loving life on one of the days as they documented themselves meeting some dolphins.
The incredible experience took place at the Dolphin Reef Beach as they patted the animals in the ocean – with Gerzig describing it as a "magical place".
Where the pair are staying looks to be a thoroughly picturesque scene as Courtois, 30, takes a well-earned break from football.
Gerzig posted a snap of the couple arriving into Israel on their plane.
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And she then later captured a video of their stunning surroundings as they prepared to tuck into a meal looking out at the sea.
Courtois and Gerzig's holiday comes just one week after the Belgian keeper proposed to her on a yacht.
The Israeli supermodel took to social media and shared pictures of the former Chelsea's star's proposal and said: "Yessss to a lifetime with you."
It was fitting the pair announced their relationship on Instagram, as that is where they met.
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Their engagement also came less than 10 days after Courtois lifted his first Champions League trophy.
The keeper produced one of the all-time great European final displays to thwart Liverpool as Vinicius Junior's second half goal earned the Spanish champions a 1-0 win in Paris.
After the win, Courtois took aim at his critics from England following his time at Chelsea.
He said: “Yesterday I said when Real Madrid plays in the finals we win it. We have a good set of history.
“I had all the tweets coming my way that I would get humbled. Today it was the other way around.
“I needed to win a final for my career for all my hard work and to put respect on my name because I don't think I have enough respect, especially in England.
“I saw a lot of criticism after a great season that I was not good enough. I'm just really proud of the performance from the team and when I needed to be there I was there for the team."
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