"The color of the water ... #italy," the actress captioned an Instagram post

By Hanna Flanagan
July 21, 2021 12:05 PM
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Credit: heather graham/ instagram

Heather Graham is still walking on the wild side.

Six months after posing on the beach in a printed two-piece from Monday Swimwear, the 51-year-old actress recreated her sexy Instagram post by wearing what appears to be the same animal-print swimsuit and black sunglasses — this time, while vacationing in Italy!

"The color of the water ... #italy," Graham wrote alongside a photo of herself sitting in the crystal clear ocean and a video of the beach.

Her fans and followers filled the comment section with fire and heart eye emojis, while one person joked, "Its difficult to focus on the water. 🥵"

"one of the most beautiful women in the world," another Instagram user said of the iconic bombshell.

Graham often posts beach-side photos showing off her toned figure on Instagram.

In April, she shared several bikini-clad photos and videos from a tropical "girls trip." And last year, when Los Angeles began lifting coronavirus restrictions and residents were allowed to visit public beaches, the Boogie Nights star made a stylish return to the shoreline in a chic white two-piece.

With friend Odessa Rae by her side, the actress sporting a pair of sunglasses and a floppy wide-brim hat to protect her face from the UV rays.

"Today feels like the first day of summer. Having a beach day with @princessodessa. 🌊🌞," Graham captioned the photo with her friend, who posed in a teeny-tiny leopard print string bikini.

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Credit: Heather Graham/ Instagram

Graham previously told PEOPLE she's all about "feeling good from the inside out" and is focusing on a maintaining a healthy lifestyle now more than ever.

"I love yoga, I mediate," she said. "I do affirmations every day because, like everyone, I'm afraid of getting older." Graham continued: "The culture will try to tell you, 'Now's the time to feel bad about yourself.' I say, 'Now's the time to feel even better.'"