This "Señorita" is slaying the selfie game.
"I posted no pics because i was hashtag living life," the singer wrote along the shots of herself enjoying a boat ride in a black swimsuit, "but I was in the REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA BABYYYYYY."
On New Year's Eve, she posted a similar sunset photo while spilling details on her new music. "Feliz año nuevo!" Camila said. "can't wait to give you guys my/ our next album, Familia in 2022."
In the days since, she turned heads while reuniting with ex Shawn Mendes in Miami. The pair were spotted walking their dog, Tarzan, on Jan. 6, as seen in pics obtained by TMZ. The meetup came less than two months after they called off their romantic relationship but vowed to stay "best friends."
It appears that Camila has since caught the travel bug. On Jan. 10, she also shared a look inside her trip to Montana, showing herself bundled up in a teddy coat, gloves and a fedora while posing on a rocking chair in the woods. As she captioned the selfie, "Alexa play featherstone by the paper kites."
Meanwhile, Shawn has seemingly channeled his feelings about their split into his latest song, "It'll Be Okay."
In the instant hit, he sings, "Are we gonna make it?/ Is this gonna hurt?" and "I start to imagine a world where we don't collide/ It's making me sick but we'll heal and the sun will rise."
Ahead of NYE, he posted a video from Toronto discussing what the song means to him.
"I'm having a little bit of a hard time with social media at the moment and just my relationship with it," he told fans. "I think that when I make music, the ultimate goal is to kind of be sitting there and have some sort of my own truth revealed to me. And a lot of the time when I'm writing songs, I'm usually using music as a platform to be able to get to a place inside of myself."
Shawn added, "I just feel so proud of that song and I feel so grateful that you guys are connecting with it."
More recently, the 23-year-old hitmaker was spotted enjoying the waves of Miami, but hasn't posted any pics to his feed in 2022.