We certainly can't resist staring at Elizabeth Hurley's most recent Instagram post.
The brunette beauty wore nothing but a string bikini bottom — to promote her Elizabeth Hurley beach line launch — and a fur jacket that barely covered her breasts while posing for a steamy shot in the snow. "How could I resist?" she captioned the bombshell photo on Monday, January 25.
Her followers couldn't help but drool over the 55-year-old stunner, as they took to the comment section to praise Elizabeth on her looks. "How can anyone resist?!" one fan questioned. "I’ve been crushing on you since the 90s when I was a teenager you're still hot as f*ck now I'm 73,” another admitted, while a third added: "Well I must say this is a pleasant and most welcome surprise opening Instagram."
Elizabeth certainly knows how to keep her 1.8 million followers engaged, since she often leaves little to the imagination via her social media posts. Earlier this week, the Gossip Girl alum encouraged her followers to "#stayhomestaysafe" by sharing a photo of herself in a pink silk dress while laying down. "Still at home! 😘," she captioned the snap.
The Royals star isn't the only good-looking one in the family. Her son, Damian Hurley, recently entered into the spotlight after showing off his modeling skills on Instagram. The 18-year-old hunk (who knows how to rock his luscious long locks, blue eyes and stellar cheekbones) is an inspiring actor who has a knack for modeling.
Besides his proud mama commenting "Mama loves you 😉" and "I ❤️ you" on his posts, supermodel Naomi Campbell even recognized his good genes. "DIVINE FACE ♥️♥️♥️," she commented on a snap of Damian looking into the camera with his ocean blue eyes.
Damian signed to IMG over the summer and shared that he's "V excited" on an Instagram post.
Elizabeth shares Damian with multi-millionaire Steve Bing — who initially left his son out of his will. At first, Steve denied that Damian was his son until they took a DNA test; they were able to form a relationship before Damian's father took his own life.
"Both Steve and Damian made a concerted effort over the last two years to build something resembling a father-and-son relationship," a source told OK! shortly after Steve's death.