She's never shied away from flaunting her incredible figure. And Elizabeth Hurley was proudly flaunting her svelte physique in a plunging blue bikini as she posed for another sizzling Instagram throwback snap on Saturday.
The actress, 55, slipped into the bright two-piece to promote her self-titled swimwear range.
Wow! Elizabeth Hurley, 55, flaunted her svelte physique in a plunging blue bikini as she posed for another sizzling Instagram throwback snap on Saturday
Elizabeth showed off her jaw-dropping physique in the revealing icy blue bikini as she posed in the doorway of her hotel room.
The star kept her glossy brunette tresses styled into loose waves and displayed a sultry expression for the glamorous post.
She penned the caption: 'Yes, yes, yes! Our Antibes Bikini is finally back in stock, in all sizes @elizabethhurleybeach.'
She was at it again recently when she celebrated another of her bikinis being restocked by posting a sensational throwback snap of herself in a leopard print two-piece.
Beautiful: She delighted fans on Thursday when she celebrated one of her bikinis being restocked by posting a sensational snap of herself in the leopard print two-piece
Posing up a storm on a tropical beach, the model showcased her famous curves in the string bikini.
Wearing her sandy-coloured hair loose and keeping her glam natural, Liz smouldered for the camera as she revealed: 'My favourite bikini is FINALLY back in stock.'
It comes after the mother-of-one revealed she won't touch street food again after suffering an allergic reaction to a curbside kebab in Pakistan that resulted in her being put on a drip.
The actress told how she visited the South Asian country to help Prime Minister Imran Khan raise funds for a hospital, but was left 'projectile-vomiting' after he convinced her to try a kebab.
She explained to The Oldie magazine: 'I can't eat street food anywhere. My stomach is very delicate.
'The last time, I was in Pakistan with Imran Khan to raise funds for his hospital. He persuaded me to eat some kebabs and I ended up on a drip,' she added.
Liz added that she would happily maintain a simple diet of bananas and Ryvita.