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Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade’s PDA-Packed Mediterranean Trip Has Us Updating Our Travel List

The Wades are flaunting their 'union' overseas and we are loving every minute.

Gabrielle Union

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are living their best livesssss hunni, and we are here for it! The 39-year-old retired NBA player, and 48-year-old actress left the kids at home and took off to vacation in the Mediterranean with friends, as they enjoy relaxing sunsets and pull up to gems on a yacht that has us all screaming in poor.


The two couldn't care less about who's watching, packing on the PDA, all of which Union has been documenting throughout the trip.

Additionally, sis' story is filled with views on views on views, as she enjoys life with bae without a care in the world. The two have been traveling quite a bit over the last few weeks, and anyone who has been following the couple for a while knows that a "Wade World Tour" is what the two call their baecations together. And the best thing about the trips? All of the photos, of course! What else?!

The Wade World Tours are (mostly) annual, as in the past, (and pre-pandemic) they've visited Ibiza and the Greek Isles for other hugely documented trips--trips which the couple credits to keeping their marriage in tact. They told PEOPLE:

"This is both of our second marriages, and we're super transparent about that. We didn't do it right, the first time around. There's another way—to be more collaborative and equitable. We humble ourselves, listen and we meet in the middle."

Ever since, the couple have been open about what works for them, no matter how big or small.

"In this partnership, there are times when I have to lead, times when I have to step back and times where we are side by side."

Thankfully, this trip is just in time, as Union is scheduled to go out on tour for her new book, You Got Anything Stronger? in September, and Wade has a new TV game show and journey into NBA ownership.

Keep scrolling for some of our favorite moments!

When Dwyane showed off why he's the GOAT in a video of himself jumping off the yacht. "There's no going back," he captioned the video:

When a huge flamingo made an appearance and rubbed it in our faces that he made the trip:

When Gabrielle showed us that perfect moments do exist:

When we learned that sleepovers with friends can happen on water:

When they were the most beautiful part of France:

And finally, when Gabrielle had one important question:

Currently, there's no word on how long this vacation will be happening, but we do know that we will be tuned in.

Now, let me check these flights to the Mediterranean...

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