The “You Were Meant For Me” singer wore a purple, pink and orange patterned bikini. She was joined by her son Kase Murray, 3, for the beach playtime session.
Kase’s father is Jewel’s ex Ty Murray, a professional bull rider. The couple announced their plans to divorce after six years of marriage in September 2014.
Despite ending their romantic relationship, Murray and Jewel have remained civil, often reuniting to enjoy activities with their son.
She penned a blog post on her site that spoke about the end of her marriage with Ty.
“Ty and I have always tried to live the most authentic life possible, and we wanted our separation as husband and wife to be nothing less loving than the way we came together. For some time we have been engaged in a private and difficult, but thoughtful and tender undoing of ourselves. Allowing ourselves the time and space to redefine what we are to each other with love rather than malice. We have been so aware that it is easiest to use the inertia of anger to leverage two souls apart who have been bound together by so much living. By a child. But we did not want anger to burn the ties that bound us. Instead we have chosen the much more difficult task of undoing ourselves stich by stich, and releasing each other with love so that we may take on our new form: dear friends and devoted co-parents of our beloved son Kase.”
The 40-year-old entertainer recently revealed the cover of her upcoming memoir, Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story, April. The book, which will be released on Sept. 15, will cover both her life and career, including her youth in Alaska and path to stardom.
Jewel shared some about the book in a released statement shared by People Magazine.
“My life has been about constantly challenging myself to discover who I am, and to become responsible for my own happiness rather than being a victim of whatever fate has thrown my way. I hope that the personal experiences I write about will help others to understand that, no matter how bleak or how gilded, we are not prisoners of our circumstance unless we believe ourselves to be.”