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Liz Hurley labelled an 'outrage' for posing topless in snow for incredible pics

Elizabeth Hurley has shown off her age-defying beauty in a couple of incredible pics of how she embraced the snowfall during lockdown,

The 55-year-old actress has stunned fans by posing topless with a big fuzzy jacket barely doing enough to cover her body.

Wearing just white bikini briefs, Liz was labelled an “outrage” as she showed why she is often thought to be one of the most beautiful women in the world.

With snow falling in most parts of the UK on Sunday and Monday, Liz took the opportunity to embrace the winter wonderland this provided.

Captioning the snap, which must run Instagram’s guidelines on nudity to the finest edge, Liz wrote: “How could I resist?”

Elizabeth Hurley poses topless in the snow
Elizabeth Hurley poses topless in the snow

Liz tagged her stylist Mike Adler in the post as well as her own swimwear line, Elizabeth Hurley Beach, and Dsquared2, who designed the jacket.

Her comments section was quickly filled with praise from her followers, as fans of Liz shared their delight at the photos.

Actress Caroline Quentin, who recently starred on Strictly Come Dancing, commented: “You are an outrage. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH.”

Ru-Paul’s Drag Race judge Michelle Visage added: “You are not human.”

Elizabeth Hurley
Elizabeth Hurley was labelled an “outrage” for her risqué pics

While Liz had posed up a storm during the first national lockdown last year, with a series of stunning bikini shots throughout the week, she admits that she doesn’t consider herself to be a model.

Speaking to People TV show, Liz said that her dalliances with modelling had come “out of the blue.”

It wasn’t until she was 29 before she landed her first gig with The Estée Lauder Companies. Liz revealed: “I acted for years before I got my first modeling job. I was an actress, not really a model.”

The pics come after Liz’s ex-boyfriend Hugh Grant offered her a role in Paddington 3.

Liz had posted a picture of herself with several jars of marmalade, the beloved fictional bear’s favourite food, she’d made herself.

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