Selma Blair is eyeing up better days. A 2018 multiple sclerosis diagnosis turned the “Cruel Intentions” actress’ life upside-down, although Selma continues to fight the neurological disease with immense strength and perseverance. Selma updated her Instagram ahead of the weekend with stunning pool photos and a video. The 48-year-old, often a headline-maker for her killer legs alone, posed in bikini bottoms and a shirt, with a giant pool splash shouting out much-needed fun. Check out the photos and video below.
Scroll for the video and more photos. Selma had opened her post snapped lifting her slender frame out of pool waters and with her white “FOR BETTER DAYS” tee soaking wet. The actress, also rocking shades, was then seen striking a super-leggy but rather grumpy poolside pose. Selma’s 2.4 million followers, already seeing her poolside this fall, also got a big pool jump – here, Selma threw all her energy into the aquatic plop. The post currently sits at over 71,000 likes.
Selma took to her caption, writing: “For BETTER days ahead! ? for all … I was trying a classic pool exit but my kid kept laughing. So we jumped in again!♻️♻️♻️”
Since the update, Selma has been photographed out and about in Los Angeles. The star, who was spotted pumping her own gas last week, was snapped by the L.A. paparazzi in chic white shorts with a linen shirt while runnings errands yesterday. Selma was using her cane for minimal support.
Selma, still in the acting game and seeing her new “After We Collided” drama released October 23, is getting her looks noticed by Instagram. Fan responses to the pool post brought in fellow M.S. sufferers, plus the admirers.
“Model material in my book-and ur how old??? And, you’ve been thru what??? Damn! God blessed U!!!” one fan wrote, adding: “Remember all good things come from the lord-keep faith and trust in the Lord—Don’t forget to be grateful everyday!!!!!????❤️❤️❤️❤️”
Selma also regularly features her son on her feed, seen below.
Six days ago, Selma updated with a breath-taking and immensely touching mother-and-son shot with son Arthur Saint Bleick, aged 9. A caption was less joyful than today’s one as the Michigan native wrote:
“I feel heavy today. Hearted. All is well right here. But I worry. So I am just being. Absorbing. Life. This life. The other lives. I ordered some pie. Coconut cream. This picture felt comforting. The footprint of a love. Love , selma ?. ?? I know we are all hurting.”