She is frequently touted as one of the most stunning models in the world. And Adriana Lima turned heads as she attended the Gala for the Global Ocean hosted by H S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco at Opera of Monte-Carlo, Monaco on Thursday night The Brazilian bombshell, 38, looked breathtaking as she arrived in a draped baby pink bejewelled halterneck number The figure-skimming satin garment boasted cold-shoulder while the sleeve featured eye-catching cuff detailing Adriana’s dress also proved to have a soaring spit, putting focus on her toned legs which she enhanced with silver heels The former VS Angel made the most of her striking features with a high topknot and drop earrings Wearing a pair of dazzling silver earrings, the brunette kept the rest of her accessorised to a minimum   Adriana showed off her modelling prowess as she worked her angles while posing for photographers  The gorgeous brunette was seen without her new Turkish businessman boyfriend Emir Uyar – who she was first spotted with in July  Emir’s family own a chain of luxury hotels and he is the Board Member of Turkey’s Permak Group and is popular among the celebs, having hosted glitzy soirees frequented by Lindsay Lohan Adriana split from her self-help writer beau Metin Hara earlier this year, after 18 months together The runway star has two daughters by her Serbian athlete ex-husband Marko Jarić – nine-year-old Valentina and six-year-old Sienna Adriana first walked the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 1999 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York, and was garlanded an Angel the following year She has walked every single Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show between 1999 and 2018 – except the 2009 event, which was held four days after she delivered her firstborn Adriana left after the 2018 show and it has since emerged that the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows will no longer be broadcast on network television She had told People in 2017: ‘My plan is to stay as long as my body allows me, at least until I am 40, so that’s four or so more years But if I can stay longer, I will.’