A couple turned heads when they revealed their nude Christmas celebration tradition.
The ballsy pair explain how stripping down during the most festive time of year gives them immense pleasure. Moreover, they call their celebrations more fun, saying there’s truly nothing like it.
Nick and Lins De Corte explain how they mark the grand holiday occasion as complete starkers. And that means all days of Christmas are included. It’s a tradition for the pair and this year seems to be no exception.
As travel bloggers, 34-year-old Nick and his 38-year-old wife Lins are true naturists. And that is ever since they began dating, 12 years back. Today, the couple loves spending December 25th without a single garment on their bodies, other than their festive hat of course.
Originally from the beautiful land of Belgium, they also have a unique tradition of spending the Christmas holiday in several different nations. And this year, they’re marking Spain as their holiday destination.
Speaking to media outlets, the couple terms their bizarre nude celebrations as the most liberating and comforting experience ever.
Moreover, they explain how they prefer not to wear clothes if there’s no specific reason to do so.And by that, they mean protection from weather extremes, hazardous tools, or even angry eyes.
In the same way, the thrilling pair says their ideology is inspired by kids who feel free when they’re wearing nothing. “It’s the fun and comfort of it all. You don’t have social luggage to deal with and we have refound that joy too,” they explain.
This is the 4th year for the pair to celebrate a nude Christmas together. In 2017, their bare Christmas took place in Thailand while in 2018, they rocked up Uruguay. In the same way, it was Honduras in 2019 and now, they’re eying Spain.
Meanwhile, the couple also runs a blog called Naked Wanderings. On that note, they confirmed how as naturists, they adore naked social gatherings. “Christmas hats are a great and fun accessory. Other than that, we prefer to take the natural route,” says the pair.