It’s time to find out Elizabeth Hurley’s secrets for keeping her 50-year-old body in tip-top shape. In a new photo on Instagram, Hurley quipped about being mellow in yellow as Elizabeth leaned outward in a yellow bikini that gave plenty of attention to Elizabeth’s abs and fine form at 50.
Mellow in yellow in #ElizabethHurleyBeach
“Nothing keeps you healthier than loving people and being loved back. After that, get plenty of sleep, plenty of fresh air, eat lots of vegetables and don’t drink too much alcohol.”
The bikini photo, posted to the Instagram account of Hurley on Sunday, October 25, gained nearly 7,000 likes in one day, and plenty of comments from Instagram followers, calling Elizabeth one sexy babe for a 50-year-old, or an “any-year-old,” for that matter.
“Mellow in yellow #elizabethhurleybeach 😘”
As reported by Page Six, the 50-year-old Hurley received raving comments on Instagram for being able to pull off a bikini better than some women half the age of Elizabeth. Another photo on Hurley’s Instagram page shows the star of The Royals relaxing with Hurley’s 13-year-old son, Damian.
With my boy
On Instagram, Elizabeth describes herself as a mother, an actress, and a model. But it is Hurley’s claims of being a farmer and bikini designer that have folks giving her the thumbs up and visiting Hurley’s other social media sites and her personal website for more information about how Elizabeth has gotten her abs and thighs to remain in such good shape all these years.
The #elizabethhurleybeach hashtag on Instagram currently has 200 posts, most of which feature women in bikinis, some of them being Elizabeth, in a variety of styles. Some of those bikinis don’t fit the wearers as well as Hurley’s bikini fits her, but they are sexy and interesting all the same.
“Mummy, Actress, Model, Farmer, Bikini Designer. Twitter:@elizabethhurley Facebook/ElizabethHurley www.elizabethhurley.com“
On her website, Elizabeth does feature a plethora of bikinis at prices that rival the types of prices that bikini competitors in fitness competitions pay for their bikinis. There’s a Jade white bikini for $110 each for the bottom and top, a move that many women likely appreciate — being able to buy a separate size for the bikini top in relation to the bikini bottom — because plenty of women like the ability to buy bikinis that fit their specific unique bodies. Hurley has proven to be an amazing model for her own bikinis, because her Instagram account is certainly receiving plenty of buzz as a result of Elizabeth publishing a photo of her own fabulous bikini body.
Under the section called “Elizabeth’s Favorites,” Hurley herself is once again featured in a bikini, the perfect model for her own bikini fare.
“She’s 50! I must be fab and fit the older I get.”
Elizabeth’s bikini photos are gaining buzz from Huffington Post to other publications that called the 50-year-old a rocking mom with a rocking bikini bod — but what are Hurley’s secrets for staying in shape?
Well, Hurley fit into a skimpy yellow bikini for her Instagram photo, reports the Daily Mail, because Elizabeth is a staunch fitness and health advocate. The manner in which Hurley eats helps her have a bikini body at 50, reports Fox News.
“I enjoy Pilates, though I don’t do it often enough, but I have recently joined a gym for the first time in years and am hoping I can motivate myself to go…”
Hurley told Healthy Living that eating less as the day goes on is one of the secrets to keeping Elizabeth’s bikini figure.
“If my jeans feel tight I try to cut back a bit, and if I stay home in the evening, I’ll eat a very light dinner. I really try to go out of my way to eat an apple for a snack instead of a cookie and I always start the day with a couple of mugs of hot water. Otherwise I eat pretty normally but avoid processed and junk foods. I don’t do a lot of set exercise but I’m very active and run around all day.”
[Disclaimer: The Inquisitr strongly recommends you consult your physician before beginning any diet or exercise program. The Inquisitr does not endorse any of the diets or diet techniques mentioned in this article.]
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