He is due to join Mercedes this year.   

And F1 driver George Russell traded his racing overalls for stripy swimming shorts on Friday as he enjoyed a romantic stroll along the beach in St. Barts with his stunning girlfriend Carmen Montero Mundt.

The 23-year-old former Williams racer, who will be replacing Valtteri Bottas and joining fellow Briton Lewis Hamilton in the upcoming Formula One World Championship, looked utterly relaxed as he rocked a pair of round shades, wrapping an arm around his girlfriend before holding her hand.  

Quality time: F1 driver George Russell and his girlfriend Carmen Montero Mundt looked every inch the smitten couple on Friday as they relished a romantic getaway in St. Barts

University Of Westminster alum Carmen looked radiant in a turquoise checked swimsuit, tenderly placing a kiss on her beau’s torso as they walked along the the beach of the Eden Rock hotel.

After their scenic wander, the pair stopped to retrieve their belongings from prime-spot sunbeds, George wrapping a towel around his shoulders while Carmen toted a straw bag. 

The pair have maintained a considerably low-key relationship and were first linked in 2020 – confirming their romance at the Tuscan GP that year.

Loved-up: The 23-year-old former Williams racer looked utterly relaxed as he rocked a pair of round shades, wrapping an arm around his girlfriend before holding her hand

Loved-up: The 23-year-old former Williams racer looked utterly relaxed as he rocked a pair of round shades, wrapping an arm around his girlfriend before holding her hand

Loved-up: The 23-year-old former Williams racer looked utterly relaxed as he rocked a pair of round shades, wrapping an arm around his girlfriend before holding her hand

Stroll: University Of Westminster alum Carmen looked radiant in a turquoise checked swimsuit

Stroll: University Of Westminster alum Carmen looked radiant in a turquoise checked swimsuit

Stroll: University Of Westminster alum Carmen looked radiant in a turquoise checked swimsuit

Break away: The pair have maintained a considerably low-key relationship and were first linked in 2020 - confirming their romance at the Tuscan GP that year

Break away: The pair have maintained a considerably low-key relationship and were first linked in 2020 - confirming their romance at the Tuscan GP that year

Break away: The pair have maintained a considerably low-key relationship and were first linked in 2020 – confirming their romance at the Tuscan GP that year

Back in December, George led an extensive backlash over the circumstances which allowed Max Verstappen to dramatically steal the World Championship title in the final lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Lewis’ future Mercedes teammate was shocked at the rule change which sensationally allowed Verstappen to suddenly make up lots of ground on leader Lewis, and eventually overtake him to grab the championship.

Russell tweeted: ‘THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!!!!  

‘Max is an absolutely fantastic driver who has had an incredible season and I have nothing but huge respect for him, but what just happened is absolutely unacceptable. I cannot believe what we’ve just seen.’ 

The Mercedes Twitter account simply posted: ‘There are no words’.

Piers Morgan added: ‘I don’t know what I’ve just watched but it can’t be right. Hamilton’s been robbed, surely? #F1’ 

Support: Lewis Hamilton's future Mercedes team-mate George led the backlash of the circumstances which allowed Max Verstappen to steal the F1 title from the Brit in December (pictured)

Support: Lewis Hamilton's future Mercedes team-mate George led the backlash of the circumstances which allowed Max Verstappen to steal the F1 title from the Brit in December (pictured)

Support: Lewis Hamilton’s future Mercedes team-mate George led the backlash of the circumstances which allowed Max Verstappen to steal the F1 title from the Brit in December (pictured)

Source: DUK News

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