Lindy Klim has shown off the finishing touches to her brand new Bali home.
The Australian-Indonesian model, 45, shared a series of photos debuting the recently completed villa located in Uluwatu.
The property, named Casa Tellulah, is complete with a master bedroom and balcony, plus a gorgeous dining space that stretches out to the beautiful outdoor pool and sunbeds.
‘New home new beginnings..’ she captioned her post.
Casa Tellulah features minimalist interior design, with conventional ceilings, arched doorframes and herringbone tiling.
The Spanish-inspired outdoor area boasts a sunlit pool surrounded by cacti and palm trees.
Lindy will move into the newly-rennovated home with her property developer husband Adam Ellis and their three-year-old daughter Goldie.
The Fig Femme founder currently resides in Bali, but shares custody of her three children with her ex-husband, former Olympic swimmer Michael Klim, who lives in Australia.
Lindy wed Adam in August 2018, a year after they welcomed daughter Goldie.
Lindy recently gave a refreshingly honest update on her relationship with her ex-husband Michael.
The Balinese princess was married to the Olympian for nearly a decade before they split acrimoniously six years ago.
While the pair have since made amends for the sake of their children, Lindy admits their relationship remains a ‘work in progress’.
During a Q&A with her Instagram followers, the mother of four was asked: ‘Are you on good terms with your ex husband? Modern family?’
Lindy responded: ‘Yes mostly… like any relationship it’s a work in progress.’
The Klims announced their separation in February 2016, with Lindy previously describing the split as ‘painful’ and ‘traumatic’.
However, the exes have since put their differences aside and now share what Lindy describes as an ‘incredible’ relationship.
Speaking to Stellar magazine, Lindy gushed: ‘The relationship Michael and I have is incredible. We have been able to come through such a difficult time, and that’s not to say I am going to sugarcoat it.
‘We are always going to have difficult moments that come up, but at least we can speak about it as adults and we can just not have the anger behind it anymore.’