Elizabeth Hurley Shines Bright in a Yellow String Bikini from Her Swim Line

The actress looks like a ray of sunshine in her new swimsuit pic

It may be gloomy and cold in your area, but Elizabeth Hurley is bringing the summer sunshine thanks to her new bikini style from Elizabeth Hurley Beach.

The 53-year-old showed off a new two-piece swimsuit from her namesake brand in a bright yellow shade on Instagram on Wednesday. “Here comes the sun. New #SunshineBikini at @elizabethhurleybeach #Summer19,” she captioned the pic, posing with tousled waves and smoky eye makeup.

The Sunshine style is currently available on her website for $84, just in time to snag before spring break season hits.

The actress often models her new designs herself, most recently showing off a beige hue on the beach and a white one-piece during a New Year’s vacay.

While there’s no photo credit on her new pic, Hurley revealed that occasionally her 16-year-old son, Damian Hurley, steps in as her photographer from time to time, noting that he has a “really good eye.”

“Here’s the thing, he doesn’t take all my bikini photos, by the way,” Hurley explained on Watch What Happens Live after being criticized her for allowing her teenage son to take some of her swimsuit Instagram photos. “Some of them are professional, some of them are my sister, anybody who I can get.”

She explained that he’s usually on-hand to help during their family vacations. “When we’re on holiday together, sure he’ll take some pictures. And you know, he’s got a really good eye and he’s studying photography and it’s ridiculous,” she said of the negative comments.

Some of the ways the 53-year-old takes care of herself and her body is by taking 20 minutes out of 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.”

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