Brooke Shields rocks sexy red bikini as she takes quick dip in pool for Thanksgiving
Brooke Shields looks very good for someone who spent a considerable amount of time in hospital and then at home recovering from the pain of a broken femur. She did all this without pain medication and her new post just goes on to prove she has successfully recovered and is back with a bang. Shields looked as sexy as ever in a red monokini as she took a dip in her plunge pool on Thanksgiving day. She left the pool shivering and while that might've not been as comfortable, Shields confirmed it's going to be a Thanksgiving tradition for her.
An exciting holiday season lies ahead for Shields who you can catch on Netflix's romantic-comedy titled 'A Castle for Christmas' starting November 26. Sophie plays the role of American author Sophie Brown who travels to Scotland to escape cancel culture and a messy divorce. While there, she tries to buy out a castle for inspiration for her next book but the owner (Cary Elwes) is not quite in on the idea of selling his property to her. Speaking about why she took on the role to USA Today, Shields said, "I was just so attracted to how strong this woman was. She's a great mom, has a full career and yet she's asking herself: 'What now?' 'What's going to happen next?'"
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"Girl what's your workout routine these days?! Looking great and in shape!" a fan asked. "Come to Banff and do that in our glacier-fed lakes!! Well done though!" said another. "You're so beautiful al always....maybe more," a third commented. "Wow good for you, and you look awesome by the way," read another encouraging comment. "Clearly missing Scotland !! And the freezing temperatures," another wrote, referencing her new movie.
Shields' fans congratulated her on the recovery which she managed without any pain medications, which meant prolonging her hospital stay, but she had a reason for it. Speaking on the same earlier in November, Shields said her decision stemmed out of concern that she would become reliant on opioids like OxyContin or Vicodin. "I didn't want to leave the hospital with no pain, get home, and think I was dying, because the pain was excruciating," she said. "I was like, 'I'd rather have excruciating pain in the hospital.'" She also wanted to make sure that while she was recovering, she also wanted to be able to tell the difference between the pain from the broken femur and any other pain that would crop up.
"[I wanted to] get used to it and understand what's pain and what's further injury, because what happens is when you start to feel pain, you think you're injured again, but you might not be as injured. You just might be sore or in pain," the 56-year-old said. "I wanted to really understand what kind of pain it was, because when you leave, and you go home, and you feel pain, you get really scared," she added. "And I wanted to at least go, 'Oh, I felt that pain before. Okay.' You don't feel sort of like a victim to it." Shields and husband Chris Henchy are now looking forward to travel to see their family with a signature dish in their luggage, as is Christmas tradition for them every year.