From Marie Claire
Elizabeth Hurley, 55, just showed off her toned abs in a semi-topless bikini pic.
She rocked a furry black and white coat with white bikini bottoms on Instagram.
Liz is a big fan of found fitness, as well as eating healthy and drinking tons of water.
Actress Elizabeth Hurley, 55, is bringing the heat this winter. The British model posted two abs-tastic photos of herself rocking a furry black and white coat with just bikini bottoms against a snowy background.
“How could I resist?” she captioned the Instagram post.
And her fans and followers totally agree. Michelle Visage commented, “You are not human 🔥”, while another follower commented, “Flawless goddess!! 😍🔥” Still another fan wrote, “How could you resist? If you’ve got it …flaunt it 😜😜❤️🔥.”
And flaunt those toned abs she did. But how exactly does Elizabeth stay so fit? She previously spoke with Women’s Health about her simple and smart lifestyle philosophy: “Making more time for exercise, eating nutritious foods, and taking the time to do relaxing activities.”
But Liz is not one for hitting the gym; she prefers to get in outdoor exercise with a focus on stretching.
“I don’t do any regulated exercise, but I’m very active. On the weekends I go for long hikes with my dogs,” Elizabeth told The Cut. “I try and stretch every day. I do the occasional yoga or Pilates class, but mostly it’s just self-exercise at home. I might do some stomach exercises or some bottom or arm exercises, but because I trained for a dancer when I was young, I sort of know all the exercises.”
As for her diet, she starts her day drinking lots of water. Liz told the Daily Mail UK that she has two warm mugs of water first thing in the morning. “It tastes fairly disgusting, but it’s fantastic for your digestive system,” she said.
And she likes to keep her plate full of produce and super fresh ingredients. Elizabeth actually grows her own food and tries to buy local as often as possible.
“All through summer we eat fruit and vegetables from my own garden,” she told The Cut. “I used to have a small organic farm, and all the meat my son ate was from the farm. Obviously, that’s not possible for most people, but supporting local farmers wherever you live is a good thing.”
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