Elizabeth Hurley said she ‘brought a bit of Blighty to the Caribbean’ this weekend as she celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on a beach in a tiny white bikini
Liz Hurley has sent her fans wild with her latest bikini shots, as she celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in a tiny white two-piece on a beach.
The 56-year-old uploaded a series of sizzling shots for her 2.3million followers, in which she was seen in a white bikini on the pristine sands by a crystal clear shoreline.
The beauty wrote in the caption: “Bringing a bit of Blighty to the Caribbean on the momentous Platinum Jubilee. All hail HM Queen Elizabeth.”
In the first picture, Liz smiled wide as she held up a Union Jack inflatable – though her slender figure stole the attention from the flag.
She wore her light brown hair in natural beach waves which framed her makeup-free face, and she shielded her eyes from the Caribbean sun with a pair of oversized gold aviator sunglasses.
The second picture was a close-up shot of Liz’s face, with the star flashing her pearly whites to the camera.
The other photos saw the the Austin Powers star playing with the inflatable as she flung it around in front of the turquoise sea.
In the final shot, Liz ran away from the camera leaving her peachy behind on display as she hurried to catch the Union Jack disc.
The compilation of shots picked up more than 55,000 likes with many people also leaving a comment.
One person wrote: “Always amazing Liz!”
Another told her: “You are the queen!”
A third commented: “Looking sensational!”
Someone else said: “A beautiful tribute to the other Liz.”
And a fifth added: “Stunning gorgeous sexy lady.”
It wasn’t the only Jubilee tribute Liz shared though, as she posted a shot of her with what looked to be a cake in the shape of Queen Elizabeth’s crown.
She wrote on top of the selfie shot: “God save the Queen.”
This year mark’s Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th anniversary on the throne, with this past weekend seeing plenty of celebrations for her around the country.
Queen Elizabeth II is the first British Monarch to celebrate their Platinum Jubilee on the throne.