Elizabeth Hurley models her swimwear line and gets slammed online as an 'attention seeker' for posting bikini photos
Many of Elizabeth Hurley's fans and followers admired and appreciated her flawless features and pictures but some people have made it a point to be unnecessarily vindictive
Elizabeth Hurley is getting ready for summer by showing off her flawless bikini body on Instagram. Most of her fans and followers have nothing but words of praise for the 52-year-old but some people were not so kind and made it a point to spread their negativity.
According to Yahoo, these critics are complaining that she has been posting one too many photographs of her in bikinis. She has also been accused of sporting swimwear which, according to some, is not appropriate for a woman of her age. She was also accused of possibly airbrushing her images.
Hurley's latest revealing photoshoot was taken during her vacation on the private island of Tagomago. The actress is also currently doing a photoshoot for her swimwear line and has shared the pictures on Instagram. She only shared one photograph of herself posing in her signature skimpy swimwear and that one picture was enough to set people off.
One such critic said that they had seen enough of her bikini photos and went to the extent of suggesting that Hurley only uploads such pictures because she craves attention. Another user said, "Start learning what’s age appropriate and what’s just not (like this pic)".
In an interview with Today, she defended herself and her bikini photographs. "I have a bikini line, which I sell. It’s not just me showing off on Instagram. I am showing people my swimwear."
In the year 2008, Hurley confessed to actually airbrushing an image of hers and said that she felt no shame whatsoever in knowing that her professionally shot pictures were being touched up. She also spoke to Mirror and shared, "Shooting bikinis is now my life, which as you can imagine is unmitigated hell. But if you signed on for the gig, sadly, you have to go and be jolly in a skimpy white bikini. So now I rely on nice photographers and a certain amount of retouching."
"I don't mind if you want to make me a bit thinner and a bit younger. We all like to get rid of spots and shadows under our eyes. But I've always been quite particular I don't like my face to be retouched," she continued.