Kim Cattrall, 65, Has Toned Legs For Days In A Swimsuit On IG

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Kim Cattrall, 65, Has Toned Legs For Days In A Swimsuit On IG
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  • Kim Cattrall is heating things up with a recent IG post that seems to hint at a recent comment about a falling out from a famous former co-star (*cough* Sarah Jessica Parker).

  • The 65-year-old actress posed in a one-piece swimsuit, putting her strong legs on full display. Kim hasn't shared much about her workouts for at least a decade, but clearly, she's putting in some serious work to stay so strong.

It’s difficult to look at Kim Cattrall and not see her iconic Sex and the City character Samantha Jones...especially when she’s posting hot pictures on Instagram.

“Nothing to see here! Keep movin..” she captioned the picture. And with that cheeky caption coming only days after her former co-star Sarah Jessica Parker spoke about their “very painful” falling out on The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast, I couldn’t help but wonder...

But drama aside, the 65-year-old actress went ahead and posted the picture of herself in a brown one-piece swimsuit with a plunging neckline, and wow, is she looking strong! Kim’s legs and arms are looking particularly toned as she pouted at the camera.

Predictably, people went wild for the swimsuit pic. Influencer Serena Kerrigan commented “Perfect.” Actor Ryan O'Connell, who appears with Cattrall in the Peacock show Queer As Folk, commented “U need to wear this on the red carpet….” AGREED!

Another person commented, “Forget the Jubilee. This is the Queen 🔥” And I truly LOL-ed. No disrespect to Queen Elizabeth II, of course, but Kim is royalty in her own right.

Kim has kept it hot since she originally stole our hearts as the saucy Samantha on SATC. But she appears to be entering a new era filled with fabulous cover stories, and roles on new shows like How I Met Your Father, and more.

"I'm at a point in my life where I've achieved a lot of the goals that I wanted, and I'm still following my passions and what I think is good and right for me. And I just don't ever want to be in a situation, even for an hour where I'm not really enjoying myself," she told InStyle. And can I just say - THIS is the energy I am bringing with me into summer!

While Kim has stayed pretty mum in recent years about her workout and lifestyle, she shared a few beauty tips with InStyle as part of her new partnership with skincare brand Ole Henriksen, which launched its first-ever body care line, including BeamCream Smoothing Body Moisturizer and Firmly Yours Toning Dry Body Oil.

"I take a lot of baths, I like to swim, and I love jacuzzis — which are all very drying," Kim said, adding that she loves moisturizing products when taking care of all of the skin on her body — not just her face! Kim says she prioritizes SPF, drinking lots of water, and exfoliating to keep her healthy.

Clearly, she's a self-care queen, but she’s not afraid to get raw and talk about what it’s really like to age in Hollywood. Short answer: not great!

"In my 50s, I felt things slipping away," she told People. "It was a gradual change, but the scripts were cut in half. (In Hollywood) you're either an ingenue or a leading lady and then a divorced wife or a cougar. And I'm none of those things. So I wanted to examine that.”

She persisted, though, landing many of the iconic roles we currently enjoy her in. Kim credits saying no to the roles she didn’t want, with her continued peace and success in her career.

“While saying yes can be liberating, saying no is very empowering,” Kim said in an iconic speech at Variety’s Power of Women dinner.

“No helps define yourself, your boundaries, and your goals. It keeps you creative. It embraces change. It can allow you to transition out of one chapter and believe there will be more exciting chapters to come. Saying no to the past is saying yes to the future,” she said.

Now excuse me as I play this on loop as a morning mantra.

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