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Naomi Campbell Gives A House Tour In A Bikini (VIDEO)

Naomi Campbell lives large. The supermodel rose to fame in the late '80s and has stayed at the top of the heap despite numerous lawsuits and the misuse of a cell phone.

A woman this busy needs a getaway, and girlfriend has one that's as over-the-top fabulous as she is. On an episode of MTV Cribs, the model gave a tour of her three-bedroom oceanfront property is in Oracabessa, Jamaica. When we say "oceanfront" what we mean is that the residence actually sits in the water, like one of those fancy-schmancy hotels in the Maldives. The British model (whose mother is Jamaican) calls the bungalow her "retreat" and reveals that the home is located on Ian Fleming's property. The "James Bond" creator apparently wrote some of his 007 novels whilst in that location.

Due to the humidity, Campbell maintains that it's important that all fabrics be light and washable. The supermodel decorates her home with photos of Jamaica's greatest hero -- Bob Marley -- and of course, photographs of herself. Because, why not?

The catwalk star also shows off the bar area where she "serves her friends drinks." (We find that very hard to imagine, especially since she was unaware of the contents of her own refrigerator.)

But the most interesting part of the property is the garden where all of her guests have planted trees. Needless to say, it's the fanciest group of arborists that we've ever seen.

In honor of Campbell's 43rd birthday today, we are checking out this special episode of MTV Cribs. Check out Campbell in the video above -- because if nothing else, you want to see her give a house tour in a bikini.

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