Salma Hayek is known for sharing sultry snaps, and fans have been delighted with an abundance during this extended time at home - but this time the star may have gone too far.
The ageless Frida star took to Instagram and shared a snap of herself seductively eating chocolate ice-cream in a cone, however, it was the messy cone drip that really drove fans crazy.
One person shared in comments, “The way that ice cream is dripping down is giving me anxiety".
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Despite some stress-filled responses to the otherwise playful photo, other fans were much more complimentary.
One fan in particular noted the star's ability to look good in a bikini one day while showing how she enjoys a sweet treat the next: "One day sharing a hot and healthy bikini body; the next eating a deliciously sweet ice-cream eating post! LOVE that combination!!!”
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That healthy bikini shot was also shared this week by the 54 year old star via Instagram, which of course sent fans wild with appreciation.
Salma looked incredible in photographs, wearing a hot pink bikini and matching pink coverup, showing off her amzing curves in all the right places. Fans were quick to comment on the eye-catching photographs - focussing particularly on the fact that this mum-of-one never seems to get any older.
"Do you ever age?" asked one incredulous follower. "Aging like a fine wine!" agreed another.
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Salma shared this stunning bikini shot this week as well
Salma has oviously jetted off somewhere warm after a chilly European Christmas which she enjoyed with her husband, Francois-Henri Pinault, their daughter Valentina and Francois-Henri's mother, Maryvonne.
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