Elizabeth Hurley Stuns In One-Shoulder Swimsuit With Cutout On Instagram: Model Shares Bikini Body Diet

Joanne Eglash

Elizabeth Hurley has attracted a growing group of Instagram fans with her constant flow of pictures showing off her body in bikinis. The 52-year-old model took a break on Friday from showing off bikinis from her Elizabeth Hurley style collection to slip into a stunning white swimsuit with cutouts.

Turning the spotlight on Liz's latest bathing suit photo on Instagram, the Express noted that Hurley showed off her figure in the one-shoulder swimsuit's "daring cut-out design." Elizabeth, who stars in The Royals, as well as serves as her own top model on Instagram, appeared to have taken her own mirror selfie and clip.

However, as the Inquisitr reported, Hurley recently talked with Andy Cohen during a visit to Watch What Happens Live about her use of her 16-year-old son, Damian Charles Hurley, as the photographer for many of her bikini photos. Elizabeth has faced some backlash for having her son take the photos, but she said that she's not troubled by the mommy-shaming.

And for those who felt that she was revealing too much of her body at age 52, Harper's Bazaar pointed out Hurley is "in the best shape of her life."

"No wonder every second photo she posts on Instagram is of her in a bikini."

Hurley told The Cut that to boost her metabolism, she turns to apple cider vinegar supplements.

"I often put apple cider vinegar in my hot water. It's good for your metabolism."

In addition to yoga, Pilates, and walking her dogs, Elizabeth does exercises at home, such as stomach, "bottom or arm exercises." Whenever possible, Liz eats food grown locally that is "simple and natural." She admitted that she often gets asked for tips on how to look great.

"People often ask me how you can look good as you age. You can't look good if you're not healthy, and diet plays a big part."

"It's important to eat well and exercise," Elizabeth summed up.

Liz also credits her son's birth for helping her keep everything in perspective. Having a child helped Elizabeth "not worry about silly things," she said.

"Once you've faced life and death, it really makes you focus on what actually matters. I let a lot of things go now," added Hurley.