Elizabeth Hurley shared the most beautiful photo of herself wearing an electric blue bikini on Tuesday – and the star's exact swimsuit is currently in the sale.
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Taking to Instagram, Elizabeth could be seen smiling from ear to ear as she posed up a storm in the Freya two-piece, revealing that it was currently on sale in honour of World Conservation Day.
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Online shoppers can now bag the aqua coloured bikini with a 30% discount when they enter code EXT30, as per doting mum Elizabeth's instructions.
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Elizabeth looked stunning
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What's more, the bikini is made from body-sculpting, Italian lycra, so is sure to look flattering on all body shapes.
Elizabeth is known for her eye-popping social media posts, and often shows off her stunning figure.
Earlier in July, she floored fans when she posted a picture of herself lying down on the grass leaving very little to the imagination.
In the snap, the 55-year-old could be seen with her eyes closed, smiling up at the sun whilst wearing a striped bikini bottom and a white linen robe – which was completely open and showing off her toned torso.
"Home, sweet home #countrylife," she captioned the post.
Fans were quick to react, with one writing: "Goddess." Another one commented: "55 and hotter than most 19 year olds."
The most surprising comment of all, however, was the one posted by Jeremy Clarkson, who simply wrote: "Crickey."
Elizabeth's followers found the response amusing and it soon received over 185 likes. Many commented back, completely agreeing with the former Top Gear presenter.
"Well said," one told Jeremy. Another one wrote: "Excellent comment." A third one hilariously remarked: "Here here… Bet you wouldn't mind taking that beaut for a test drive..."
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