Martha Stewart proved she's the perfect model for her lifestyle brand when she appeared on Tyra Banks' Instagram feed in a swimsuit snapshot which left fans stunned.
The 79-year-old entrepreneur looked incredible in the photo where she's posing at the end of a swimming pool.
The America’s Next Top Model host - who had spotted the image on Martha’s Instagram - clearly thought it worthy of her social media pages and her fans agreed.
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"When sexy bae swims up to the end of the pool and you go, "Dang, you look like @MarthaStewart!" she captioned the photo. "And then you realize DANG, you ARE Martha Stewart! Looking H. O. T.! AmIRight?"
The post was then flooded with people complimenting the age-defying star.
"She is quite amazing and beautiful," wrote one fan, while a second commented: "Age is nothing but a number" while a third added: "Yep!!@ Martha’s HOT!!"
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Martha proudly posted the photo to Instagram
Martha actually shared the image during the COVID-19 lockdown and later admitted the photo was a "thirst trap".
She told Entertainment Tonight: "My camera came on backward, you know, selfie mode, and I looked so nice. The sun was on my face. I thought, 'Oh, that looks pretty,' so I took the picture. It looked good."
Martha certainly does look great and she shared some of her quarantine beauty secrets with her fans.
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Martha leads a very active lifestyle
She revealed in a separate Instagram post: "Cleanse your skin well and moisturise morning and night. Tinted sunscreen is good all day and lipgloss of course. Apply masks two or three times a week!
"If you can find CBD masks and serums use those. Watch your diet - baking is fun but too many cookies. Too many cakes - Careful!! Hone your cooking skills. Make new salads, try new vegetables, try new ethnic dishes."
She also credits regular exercise and good genes for helping her to age healthily.
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