Um, Donna D'Errico, 54, Is Sculpted AF In Black Lingerie On IG

Um, Donna D'Errico, 54, Is Sculpted AF In Black Lingerie On IG
  • Donna D'Errico just posted another lingerie photo on Instagram, and she's showing off her sculpted body in the process.

  • The former Baywatch star, who is now 54, stays on a vegan diet and is all about cooking at home.

  • Donna works out with a trainer and likes to do boxing and fight training to stay strong.

Donna D’Errico is giving everyone major lingerie inspo in her latest Instagram post. The Baywatch star, who is now 54, shared a photo of herself modeling a gorgeous, black, lace lingerie set that highlighted how strong and sculpted she is, from her arms to her abs and legs.

"Alexa, play 'Girl on Fire' by Alicia Keys," she captioned the steamy pic. Former Real Housewives of Orange County star Peggy Tanous and tons of Donna's fans left the actress a serious amount of fire emojis in response to her caption. People also cheered her saying things like, "timeless" and "Wow!!! omg!!!"

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If you're wondering how this 54-year-old stays so strong and confident, I've got you covered. One of Donna's fave ways to get her workout in is by doing some boxing and fight training. Last year, she shared a post with lots of pics of herself getting in an intense sweat session with her trainer Ayhan Tongadur.

"No, that’s not Rocky Balboa. Look again. It’s me. Second pic I’m mid-air doing my best impression of a female ninja doing a front kick. Just look at the concentrated look on my face! So serious! #fighttraining," she captioned the post.

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And she's also shared more of their training sessions in other posts.

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When she's not working on her jabs, she also hits the gym for strength workouts with her personal trainer, Spencer Brown. While doing floor work, Donna targets her glutes and legs by doing donkey kicks and other low-impact movements, which are great for toning and puts less stress on joints. "I’ve worked out my entire adult life but only now have found someone who is able to help me sculpt my body exactly the way I want it," Donna wrote in an IG post about Brown.

She has also showed off her impressive sled pushes in the past, which mixes strength and cardio in one movement.

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And of course, Donna enjoys getting in walks and hikes outdoors.

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Donna follows a vegan diet, which she told FOX News she started after watching a video about animal factory farms. “At that time, I had no idea there were factory farms or what they were. I didn’t know what conditions these animals were in before they ended up on our plates and in grocery stores. I lived in the dark,” she said.

And Donna told Extra that she "loves to cook", and did a lot during lockdowns.

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She also showed off one of her fave plant-based cookbooks by singer Moby on Instagram that has some of her fave recipes including chocolate chip cookies and mac and cheese.

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Donna opened up to FOX News that while it's a compliment to be noticed by other that she looks "great for her age," it's not that something she loves to hear.

“I just feel like I’m more than that,” she told the outlet. “It doesn’t feel nice to hear somebody say, ‘You look great for your age’ or ‘You still look amazing.’ Why not just say, ‘Wow you look amazing,’ and just move on? I think critiquing women based on their age is unfair. Men don’t face the same scrutiny and I don’t think they would like it either. But I know it’s not going to go away because it’s part of our culture.”

She added: “I understand it comes with the territory. And I understand that when you look at my social media, there’s that kind of stuff. But I think it’s very important for a lot of women, and for myself, to feel good about themselves. I like to look my best and I do that for myself. I don’t do it to be compared to other women or to be complimented. I don’t do it for those reasons. I do it for me.”

Stay true to you, Donna!

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