The Oscar winner, 54, took to Instagram on Saturday to share a racy but romantic post of herself and her boyfriend, musician Van Hunt. In the video, which was set to Hunt’s song “Being a Girl,” the actress is shown joyfully shaking her booty in nothing but a pair of heart-covered underwear with her arm around Hunt as they stand on a balcony admiring the stunning view.
Berry first confirmed the couple were dating back in September. In a second Valentine’s Day post, the thrice-divorced star urged fans to hold out for real love — “even if it takes you until you’re 54!”
“To all the Valentines who may be struggling to get it right ... I feel you, but never give up and NEVER SETTLE for less than what makes your heart sing!” Berry wrote. “No matter what they say or what they call you. No matter how many times you try, it’s always worth it. If you desire love, you will find your match, your equal ... your person .. .even if it takes you until you’re 54!”
The actress’s children Nahla, 12, and Maceo, 7, got in on the Valentine’s Day fun too.
“When ya kids love you up,” Berry wrote on an Instagram Story, which featured gifts ranging from red roses and a candle to balloons and cards, including one reading “to Mommy.”
Back in August, Berry posted another revealing Instagram photo, embracing her bare-chested body as she sat criss-cross on the floor in a pair of flowy white pants.
"Self-love is never selfish," Berry captioned the photo.
Despite her easy-going vibe on social media, Berry has made it very clear that she puts a significant of work into looking so good. Just last month, she told People about how her dedication to her health.
"I've made it my mission to find time in the day to exercise, get work done and be a mom,” said Berry, who now has her own health and wellness platform called re-spin. “I think during COVID, it's been easy to forget the time in our day to be active because we just can't do the things that we used to do and it's hard to find ways to do that at home."
But Berry’s dedication to her health is about more than just looking good.
"Discovering new, creative ways to stay active to feel inspired and energized while also making it fun when things feel mundane and monotonous has been key for my mental and physical health," she added.
Saying that wellness "has taken on a new meaning as I've become a mom in my 40s," Berry made it clear she works hard to get the results she wants.
"I have to work at it every day," she said. "I have to think about what I put in my body via food, how I exercise and all the ways I can work hard that will allow me to be here through as many phases of the lives of my children as I can."
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