One could argue that for Elizabeth Hurley, every season is swimsuit season, given her proclivity for publishing photos of herself in bathing suits. However, the British actress, who also moonlights as a swimsuit designer, is officially kicking off the summer season with yet another beautiful photoshoot.
Elizabeth Hurley Talks About Comedy Swimsuits
“All hail swimsuit season,” Hurley, 56, captioned a picture of herself in a snakeskin-print swimsuit from her Elizabeth Hurley Beach collection. One-piece suit with gold chainlink straps and a plunging neckline is available.
Actresses Thandiwe Netwon and Patsy Kensit both reacted to the photo with a succession of flame emojis, praising it.
While many of Hurley’s male fans have praised her as “beautiful” and a “ageless beauty,” the actress has remarked that it is her female fans who have inspired her to continue wearing bikinis into her 50s. She will be 57 years old on June 10th, the day of her birthday.
According to Hurley, “I’ve always had more female followers than male; I’ve always really liked it.” Because of my age, I think women appreciate that I’m not afraid to show my face.” Everyone still takes vacations, visits the beach, or feels the desire to go swimming.
In addition, I believe it’s unfair to expect women to cover up simply because we’re no longer in our 20s and hence “perfect.” Of course, as you become older, you begin to view those your own age as less flawed. “I believe that is well received by the general public.”
She owns her own swimwear label, which helps.
Her final words were, “Everyone knows I’m selling bikinis.” This is not a self-promotional ad in which I say things like, “don’t you think I look fantastic, everyone? This is how I am.”
As Anyone Who Follows Elizabeth Hurley on Instagram can Attest, the Actress Enjoys Posting Pictures of Herself in Swimwear.
The 57-year-grid old’s is filled with pictures of her wearing various swimsuits; she says she does this mostly to advertise her swimwear business, Elizabeth Hurley Beach, but she also finds the photoshoots to be empowering. And she hopes more women will be encouraged to take action in ways that make them feel strong.
She stressed the need of women learning to “be conscious of what makes you feel comfortable” as a message for all women. If there’s a current trend on TikTok or Instagram that everyone seems to be doing but you don’t feel comfortable with, don’t participate in it. Get lost in your own world.
To continue, she said, “Yes, I still wear bikinis on holidays, and because I’ve got a bikini company, I’m pleased to publish those images. But if I didn’t own a bikini business, I probably wouldn’t post photos online. It just so happens that I feel entirely at ease in such a situation.
Everyone understands what I’m doing when I’m selling anything, which is my own business, so I can usually get away with a little tongue in cheek. I’m not trying to get everyone to tell me, “Wow, look at me! So this is me! I have a bikini for sale.
Either way, she’s making the most of life, and that’s something to applaud.