Elizabeth Hurley Splashes Around in Red Bikini While in Thailand

The actress enjoyed some R&R at a resort spa in Asia.
Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley.

Elizabeth Hurley’s Instagram account is the gift that just keeps giving. After spending time at Chiva-Som, a destination resort spa in Thailand, the 58-year-old actress is sharing tons of content with her 2.8 million followers from her trip. Her Nov. 26 post, however, seems to indicate that her time at the dreamlike oasis has come to a close.

The Bedazzled star shared a reel in which she frolicked around in a swimming pool in a red string bikini with gold hardware detail from her own brand, Elizabeth Hurley Beach. The model and entrepreneur floated in the water, swam toward the camera and overall appeared to be having a ball.

“Parting is such sweet sorrow, glorious Chiva Som,” she noted in her caption of the retreat. “we’ll be back ❤️.”

“I’m coming with you reservations for 2 😍,” makeup artist Sandy Linter teased in the comments.

“Wow what a beautiful lady 💞💞,” a fan gushed.

“You are stunningly beautiful 😍,” another user applauded.

Hurley has been documenting her spa vacation along the way, from her poolside stretches to steamy sauna sessions. The actress is clearly invested in self-care, and in fact told Women’s Health last December that she strives to put her own well-being first, no matter what.

“Particularly for women, you know, we are the caretakers of the world, and sometimes we really realize that if we don’t take care of ourselves, we’re not going to be around to take care of others,” she told the outlet.

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