'Saved By the Bell' Fans Say Tiffani Thiessen's 'Still Got It' in New Swimsuit IG Pic

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Photo credit: Jackson Lee - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jackson Lee - Getty Images


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Saved by the Bell fans will recall how beautiful Tiffani Thiessen looked while portraying Kelly Kapowski in the hit 1990s sitcom. Well, many folks have noticed the actress taking time off from work to be with her family and they can't help but rave about how ageless she is.

In an August 10 Instagram post, the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star shared a photo of herself standing outside a beachside cave in Mendocino, California. Wearing a black one-piece swimsuit with thick strap, aviator sunglasses and a straw hat, the 48-year-old TV personality looked like she was relishing her time in the summer heat. But like a true comedienne, Thiessen still found a way to throw a slight wisecrack into the mix as well.

"When you get caught trying to find a place to pee," she jokingly captioned the picture on Instagram.

As soon as Thiessen shared the post to her social media, she immediately got attention from her celebrity friends and followers. Unsurprisingly, they all thought she looked gorgeous in her vacation outfit.

"Kelly kapowski still gots it," one fan wrote in her comments section. "HELLO. I didn’t realize they were making a new Baywatch series!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 @tiffanithiessen," another follower gushed to the former Cooking Channel star. Fellow Saved by the Bell co-star Elizabeth Berkley gave her opinion with three emojis: "🔥🙌❤️."

Even though she's currently road-tripping throughout California—with her husband Brady Smith and their kids Harper and Holt—don't think she's not staying busy the rest of the time. When she's not hosting MTV's Deliciousness, the Pull Up a Chair cookbook author is just trying to figure out how to balance family time with other responsibilities.

"Being a parent, that's probably number one, patience," she told Yahoo! Life in July 2021. "Making sure you have a good support system, wherever you can find that ... I think that's truly important ... It takes a village. It really is not just about one person. It really takes a dance of a lot of people to raise children, hopefully in a good manner."

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