Stunning brunette! Elizabeth Hurley looked stunning in a sultry red bikini while lounging in a pool with a blow-up flamingo.
Elizabeth Hurley is incomparable! On Saturday, Jan. 22, the 56-year-old beauty shared a breathtaking bikini shot to her Instagram page, choosing an eye-catching red two-piece.
A delicate gold chain element was featured in the center of the triangular type top from her namesake Elizabeth Hurley Beach line, as well as on both sides of the low rise bottom. As she reclined atop a pink blow-up flamingo in a swimming pool on a bright and sunny day, Elizabeth appeared to be having the ideal relaxation session.
«Yes, I could be in a swimming pool with a pink flamingo…..,» she captioned the photo. She then intimated that the photo might not have been released in real-time for her two million Instagram followers.
«Or I could be snuggled up with my doggies in Blighty, eating a Terry’s chocolate orange and set to watch the last season of Ozark,» she continued. Terry’s chocolate oranges, which open up into «sliced» bits of chocolate — just like an actual orange — are a popular snack in the United Kingdom.
The shot was adored by over 75,000 admirers, with many writing comments. One person wrote, «Still incredibly gorgeous.» «There is nothing finer!!!» said another, complementing the Austin Powers actress. A third joked, «Replace the dog with me.»
In the photo, Elizabeth’s skin was radiant, and she flaunted her near-perfect makeup. The model-turned-actress has been a lifelong spokeswoman for Estee Lauder, claiming to use their «holy grail» Advanced Night Repair serum twice a day for the past 25 years (ladies, take note).
«I do a LOT [of skincare]…. I worked for Estee Lauder for 25 years, so I’m surrounded by cosmetics.» She admitted to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live in 2019 that she has «everything.»
For her pool day, she wore black eyeliner and a glossy lip, with a dark burgundy manicure to add drama. Her highlighted brown locks were arranged into a loose beach wave that appeared somewhat damp from the pool, as they always were.