The actress just shared one of her sexiest swimsuit videos yet

By Colleen Kratofil
April 09, 2019 11:24 AM
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Elizabeth Hurley is never not posing in a swimsuit. The actress’ Instagram is filled with photos of her skimpy string bikinis, one-piece wonders and too many cute cover-ups to count. But on Monday, Hurley one upped herself by posting one of her sexiest poolside videos yet.

Hurley, 53, shared a video posing in a crystal bikini from her namesake line, Elizabeth Hurley Beach, where she posed wading in a pool under a fountain, waving her arms around enjoying the scenery.

She didn’t leave a written caption, but did include her location: the destination spa & wellness retreat, Ananda in the Himalayas, located in India.

On Sunday, she shared another snap poolside from the retreat, wearing a plunging pink one-piece with criss-cross neckline, also from Elizabeth Hurley Beach.

While she regularly poses in sexy bikini shots on Instagram, Hurely recently revealed that when it comes to red carpet fashion, some skin-baring outfits that she wore years ago are no longer her style.

Speaking to Harper’s BAZAAR about her iconic Versace safety pin dress that she wore to the 1994 premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral, she revealed that the original design would still fit, but she wouldn’t wear it in public again. “But just because it still fits doesn’t mean I would wear it today—it wouldn’t be appropriate!” Hurley told the magazine.

She did slip back into a similar version of the dress, posing in BAZAAR‘s April issue wearing a more “demure” redesign. In the interview she mentioned that she doesn’t exercise but says she is “very active.”

One part of her self-care routine includes taking 20 minutes each day for a bath. “Almost every day I have a long, hot soak. That’s my time. My mother did the same. She used to call it her think tank,” Hurley told PEOPLE in October.

“So often, we women put our needs at the bottom of the list,” Hurley continued. “But it’s really important for us to understand that if we’re going to be caretakers, we have to take care of ourselves.”