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Liz Hurley has lived on planet Earth for more than five decades - yet somehow she's become immune to the ageing effects of gravity.
The actress, 52, stripped down to a tiny red bikini on one of the hottest days of the year to cool off - and got her teenage son Damian Hurley to document it.
Wearing nothing but the bright string bikini and with her long honey-coloured locks worn loose, Liz smiled into the camera while pulling out one of her yoga moves.
With her hands planted firmly on the lush grass of her back garden, she lifted one leg high into the air behind her to showcase her dexterity.
"Happy Saturday #Herefordshire @elizabethhurleybeach by @damianhurley1 ," she captioned the shot.
The youthful mum has been a model since her first Estee Lauder campaign at the age of 29, and recently brought out an eponymous line of beachwear, which she regularly parades on Instagram.
In. another of her beachy Insta-pics, Liz stands on white sand while palm trees sway behind her.
She wears a leopard-print bikini and sunglasses, revealing just enough of her tight abs to make her followers envious.
It comes after Liz revealed the heart-stopping moment she saved her son’s life by chopping off a snake’s head as it slithered towards him.
The actress and model jumped over a table and decapitated the serpent with an axe before it could sink its fangs into a helpless Damian.
Liz, 52, likened her swashbuckling heroics to something from The Three Musketeers.
Damian was just a baby at the time and Liz recalled: “Once, when we were in Spain, a snake slithered towards his Moses basket and I leapt over a table like d’Artagnan and cut its head off with an axe. Note to others: never get between a lioness and her cubs.”
Liz previously dated actor Hugh Grant, 56 – Damian’s godfather – and was wed to Indian textile heir Arun Nayar, 52.
Liz said: “My mother and my sister helped raise my son and he adores them. And his godfathers too. I basically just copied my own mother, who I thought did a brilliant job of raising me, my brother and sister. She’s been a very big part of my son’s life.