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Liz Hurley rolls in long grass as she celebrates birthday
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Liz Hurley, 56, sent pulses racing as she wowed by going topless in a photo posted to her Instagram followers today. The Austin Powers actress posed at home as she wore only her striped white bikini bottoms and a sheer white gown to cover her braless assets.
Having my own staycation
The star kept her brunette locks down as she wore it in loose beach waves.
Liz accentuated her youthful features with smokey make-up and nude lip gloss.
She wore minimal accessories apart from a delicate gold heart necklace.
She typed: “Having my own staycation… in my own home.”
In response fans gushed over her toned physique as they said she had the “perfect body”.
One typed: “Wooowww … Wonderful beauty.”
Another replied: “Still gorgeous.”
While a fourth commented: “Who needs a view of the ocean, or any other wonders of this planet when we have this beautiful ageless creation.”
Liz had spent lockdown at her gorgeous Hereford estate with family members.
The 56-year-old remained in isolation for the past year with her elder sister Kate, son Damian, 18, mother Angela, 80, and vulnerable friends.
On ITV’s Lorraine, the film star told stand-in host Christine Lampard: “It was like The Waltons! We had nine of us, but I was the only one who left in 16 weeks to do a brief raid on the shops.”
The starlet revealed her household took things back to basics for lockdown.
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She explained: “We all stayed safe and then we had to just get on, find a way to make it work.
“There was manual labour, not allowed TV until 6pm.
“We were all outside – we had beautiful weather in the UK – sweeping up, clipping, attacking things with a chainsaw, making the outside beautiful, growing veg.”
The star said the experience made them all feel a lot “healthier” as her friends felt “nervous” about the virus.
She continued: “We all got healthier. We ate quite a lot but there was manual labour!
“We were very nervous about health, there were elderly women and a friend with low immunity who had to be kept safe.
“We were just nervous and scared the whole time.”
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