Brooke Shields flaunts pert derriere in neon bikini, hot beach pics make fans say 'she's like well-aged wine'
It seems Brooke Shields is aging backward as the 54-year-old stunned everyone by posting her bikini photos on Tuesday, May 26, that showed off her perfectly toned figure. Shields sizzled in a neon orange bikini while flaunting her ageless figure as she soaked up the sun.
The ‘Blue Lagoon’ star chose a triangle cut top with matching bottoms designed by Melissa Odabash Bali. She complimented her look by sporting a luxury watch, earrings and bangles and added a hat for the finishing touch as she left her long tresses open. She kept her makeup minimal and faced the ocean, revealing her perky derriere. Her second picture, in the same post, showed her well-toned front.
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Shields posted the sexy snaps to promote an online workout session with her trainer, Ngo Okafor, for Self magazine. “TONIGHT at 6:30 pm ET I’m going live with @catchngo on @selfmagazine 💕 Tune in and join us for a full-body work out at home!” she wrote in the caption.
The photos soon garnered a lot of positive comments from several celebrities, including comedian-author Ali Wentworth who wrote, "Oh hi gorgeous!!! My butt looks EXACTLY like yours!" and model-photographer Helena Christensen who commented, "It seems to work baby 💥🔥". Cindy Crawford sent three fire emojis and the ‘Gossip Girl’ star Kelly Rutherford reacted with a heart emoji.
Shields' one million followers on Instagram also took notice of her ageless body. “Omg how is that body in its fifties?! 💖” asked one social media user while another one commented: “You deserve all the accolades, you workout really hard! You look fabulous....” “Just keep on getting better every year like a fine wine. Absolute gorgeous,” a third user added.
Shields, who modeled for Calvin Klein jeans at the age of 15 in an ad that stirred up plenty of controversy in 1980, told Fox News in a May 13 interview that she had no desire to fit into the designer denim again. She also sent out a body-positive message through the interview as the star said: “I can get into them, but it looks painful. I recently found them, [but] I think the last time I fit into them comfortably was probably while I was in ‘Wonderful Town’ on Broadway [back in 2004]. They’re so high waisted.”
Continuing, Shields said: “When I was that age, I was built like a little boy. I don’t have any desire to fit back into them. I’ve had two children and I’ve grown into a more womanly shape that I feel comfortable in and that I’m proud of. I’m celebrating who I am now, not trying to get the body I had when I was 15. One of the messages I want to share with other women is to celebrate yourself. Own your curves and strengths rather than trying to look like somebody else or be skinny. I'd rather be strong and fit than anything else.”