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Nicole Kidman, Sarah Jessica Parker Enjoy Summertime in Greece

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Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman was among the recent celebrities who visited Greece. Credit: Georges Biard CC-3.0

Actresses Nicole Kidman and Sarah Jessica Parker are among the latest celebrities to have visited the Greek islands. While always a popular summer destination for boldface names, Greece has seemingly become the go-to spot in recent weeks.

“Thank you, beautiful Greece,” wrote Kidman on her Instagram account beside a photo of her floating in turquoise waters next to a rocky cliff.

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Nicole Kidman floating in Greek waters in a shot from her Instagram post. Credit: Nicole Kidman/Instagram

Nicole Kidman joins Sarah Jessica Parker and other celebs in Greece

Kidman, who won the Academy Award for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in The Hours, wasn’t the only Hollywood actress to vacation in Greece.

SJP did some island-hopping with her two children, according to reports. The Sex and the City star chose the Cycladic islands of Syros, Tinos, and Mykonos, where she was photographed in the VIP section of a ferry on Friday, ProtoThema reported.

Sarah Jessica Parker also reportedly did some Greek island hopping last week. Credit: ProThema

Since June, celebrities have been flocking to the Greek islands.

Billionaire Elon Musk has been vacationing in Mykonos, and The Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort and his wife were there this month, celebrating his sixtieth birthday.

NBA legend Magic Johnson and his family also sailed Greece’s Aegean Sea aboard his $150 million luxury yacht and tweeted much of his journey along the way.

And in June, Beatles legend Paul McCartney celebrated his eightieth birthday with his family aboard a luxury yacht off Mykonos.

But despite Greece’s status as summer hotspot, a newly released report found that more than 43 percent of all employed Greek citizens cannot afford to go on vacation.

They totaled more than 1.6 million of the 38 million workers across European Union member states who could not afford a one-week vacation, according to a survey by the European Trade Union Institute.

Greece’s 43.4 percent of workers who can’t afford a vacation—up from 41.3 percent in 2019—gives it one of the highest percentages among European Union countries in that category. The General Counsel of Workers of Greece published the latest results.

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