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Elizabeth Hurley posted a new nearly-naked photo to Instagram.
With the sexy photo, she's promoting awareness and helping raise money for a conservation charity.
Liz stays in shape with outdoor activities like chopping logs and taking walks.
In case you've lost track of what day it is, Elizabeth Hurley is here with a memorable reminder. Today is Earth Day, and the model, actress, and swimsuit designer is doing her part to raise awareness and money for a good cause.
Naturally, she posed in the buff (or nearly) in the new Instagram photo. She's lying in the grass and wearing white bikini bottoms, but nothing else. The sun beams down on her super fit bod, and Elizabeth looks totally ageless per usual.
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Elizabeth gets right to serious subjects in her caption. She writes: "Happy #Earth Day. Habitat destruction and the illegal wildlife trade have contributed to deadly pandemics. Support @spaceforgiants with their campaign #AHealthyEarth to protect natural ecosystems and all life on earth 😘 https://donate-earthday.spaceforgiants.org"
Happy #Earth Day. Habitat destruction and the illegal wildlife trade have contributed to deadly pandemics. Support @spaceforgiants with their campaign #AHealthyEarth to protect natural ecosystems and all life on earth 😘 https://donate-earthday.spaceforgiants.org
A post shared by Elizabeth Hurley (@elizabethhurley1) on Apr 22, 2020 at 12:00pm PDT
The organization she mentions is Space for Giants, a non-profit headquartered in Kenya that helps protect Africa’s wild landscapes and natural ecosystems, with a special focus on elephants. At the same time, it aims to offer economic and social value to local communities and national governments. For Earth Day, it's running a "special campaign to raise awareness about the relationship between zoonotic diseases such as #covi̇d19, habitat loss and wildlife trafficking."
Hello Giants! Tomorrow is #EarthDay, and we’ll be running a special campaign to raise awareness about the relationship between zoonotic diseases such as #covi̇d19, habitat loss and wildlife trafficking. COVID-19 has killed tens of thousands of people and threatens the lives of millions more. It has brought the global economy to its knees, left tens of millions unemployed and confined humanity to our homes. While we scramble to get ourselves out of this mess, tomorrow on Earth Day, it is critical to remember we are in this situation because we have exploited Earth’s last remaining natural ecosystems where we capture or kill wild animals to supply a highly lucrative international illegal trade in their parts, including meat. We invite you to join this campaign and become champions for #AHealthyEarth. If ever there was a time to take action to protect Earth’s remaining natural ecosystems, IT IS NOW. To participate, post a photo of you in nature on your social media feed, share an Earth Day message, tag us and donate via the link in the bio. Any amount can have a giant impact 🐘 We hope you join us - Mother Nature needs all hands on deck! #AHealthyEarth #SpaceforGiants #ThereisStillSpace #Nature #Conservation #Nature #Earth #PlanetEarth #Africa #Elephants #Wild
A post shared by Space for Giants |Conservation (@spaceforgiants) on Apr 21, 2020 at 8:12am PDT
It's worth noting Elizabeth's looking super fit in the photo, and many fans gave her a 🙌 in the comments. Instead of spending hours in the gym toning and working out, the fashion designer is known for being all about found fitness.
For example, she previously told Women's Health that she does squats every morning while she brushes her teeth and then takes her dogs on a 30-minute walk every morning. Liz is also into gardening for exercise, per Extra. That includes "cutting down a hedge, using my chainsaw to cut down a tree, logging, all of that stuff I do. So, I’m very active."
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