Sharon Stone, 62, stuns in summery bikini pictures clicked at poolside, fans call her 'absolutely delicious'
Sharon Stone, 62, looked stunning while enjoying some time out in the sun while self-isolating.
Stone took to Instagram to share some pictures and left fans in awe of her age-defying looks. She was seen sporting a summery top with a pair of matching bottoms. She had accessorized her look with a necklace of cowrie shells. She also sported a gold luxury wristwatch and a pair of aviator sunglasses. She had captioned the image, "Happy Memorial Day weekend. Thank you for Your Service. Stay Safe." The image also featured her pet French Bulldog Bandit.
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Many social media users took to commenting on her Instagram image and complimented her stunning figure. One such user shared, "Forever young🌷🌷❤️❤️😘have a great weekend Sharon."
A second user added, "Wow Sharon you look great!" while a third commented saying, "Thank you Sharon for being yourself!"
In an earlier picture that she had posted on social media, Stone was seen standing, flaunting her beautiful figure. She also wore a strange metal helmet that seemed to be inspired by the rapper MF Doom whose mask was in turn inspired by Doctor Doom from Marvel comics.
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In the caption, the actress had jokingly said, "Keepin my head together." Many of her fans and followers complimented her stunning figure. "Keepin your body together too clearly," joked one such user.
"Sharon you are absolutely delicious looking," wrote another user.
While Stone seemed to be enjoying her time by the pool, she had taken to her Instagram stories to share many reposted stories of the damage and devastation that has been caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
It was only last month that Stone had shared that her 'adopted grandmother' Eileen Mitzman who was an AIDS activist had died after contracting the deadly coronavirus. In a video clip, the actress said, "We worked very hard together to do a lot of good in this world."
"Tonight she's going to die in a New York hospital. She has coronavirus, but she will die because she has septic and has other illnesses and none of us can go there to be with her. But she will die a warrior, and I think we should grieve like warriors." Stone shared as tears rolled down her cheeks.
"I met her a long time ago when I was beginning to work as an AIDS activist," Sharon said of Mitzman and her husband Neil. "I asked them if they would be my adopted grandparents as mine had passed away."
"They became my adopted grandparents and my fellow HIV Aids workers and we worked hard together," she continued.
An emotional Stone also quoted poet Dylan Thomas and said, "Tonight, go out of your window and scream and I want you to fight back and scream and cry and scream out against this thing. I don't want her to die alone."
"I want her to hear you rage on against the dying of the light. I want her to hear you scream for her because she was furious about what is happening, she was furious about the way this was being handled, she was furious," she added.