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Elizabeth Hurley is on vacation and loving life.
This past weekend the 56-year-old actress donned a greige bikini with metallic accents—and posed for the camera. And she is looking hot-hot-hot!
Elizabeth, who doesn't work out per se, credits her day-to-day activities for keeping her fit. Oh you know, it's the small things like logging and gardening!
Elizabeth Hurley practically lives in a bikini (seriously, peep her Instagrams). And she just dropped a new pic of herself soaking up the sun in one.
It’s been six weeks since the 56-year-old’s last bikini photo, so this is kind of a BFD for her. In it, she’s working a gorgeous greige bikini with metal accents while posing at the beach. As expected, her abs, arms, and legs look super fit—of course.
“Oh yeeeeees… finally sun, sea and sun ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” the 56-year-old wrote in the caption.
Aaand people freaked in the comments. “Looks so good on you,” Deborah Lipmann wrote. “🔥♥️🔥,” said Tamara Mellon. “Oh groovy baby 🔥❤️😍,” another poster said.
Elizabeth has made it clear that she’s not really a gym person, but she does take fitness seriously and stays active on the regular. In fact, she practically invented found fitness. (In case you’re not familiar with it, found fitness is finding ways to be active during your day-to-day routine.)
"I don't really do any set exercise, per se, because I prefer to get my exercise from doing something than being in the gym," she previously told Women’s Health.
That can mean things like doing squats while she brushes her teeth to tone her legs and butt and taking her dogs for 20-minute walks first thing in the morning to get her heart rate up.
Liz, 56, is also huge on gardening and, in particular, logging—as in, chopping down trees and moving them around. “I am very active," she previously Extra. “I do a lot of exercise, but it’s really the gardening…cutting down a hedge, using my chainsaw to cut down a tree, logging, all of that stuff I do. So, I’m very active.”
BTW: You’ll find Elizabeth out gardening no matter what time of year it is. "I do as much outside during the winter as I do during the summer," she told WH. "Not only do I feel, well, actually exhausted, but also I feel that I've got the leaves up, which is also a nice thing."
She also shared this nugget: "I'd rather do housework than go to the gym. I'd rather scrub a mirror—it does just as much."
Now, how do you start logging, again?
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