Iconic “Baywatch” star Donna D’Errico is baring her emotional side, along with her eye-popping curves, to deliver some wise advice to her fans. The 52-year-old actress and model hit up Instagram on Tuesday afternoon with a revealing photo for her over 275,000 followers on social media, but it was clear that her provocative picture was just a means to bring people in for a little fireside chat about being kind and empathic to other people in the world, as you never know what someone else is currently going through in their personal life.
Donna D’Errico, who appeared as the Playboy’s Playmate of the Month back in September 1995, posted a titillating shot on social media that showed the model laying down on the floor in a sheer top. While exposing some insane cleavage, D’Errico had an important message.
“Today you could be standing next to someone who is trying their best not to fall apart. Whatever you do today, do it with kindness.” the actress wrote to her fans.
She added, “Have a beautiful day everyone.”
It’s not the first time Donna D’Errico has gotten personal with fans recently about things she has been dealing with in her personal life, or skeletons that may still exist in her closet. During a recent post, the model shared a black and white topless throwback of herself during a photo shoot on the beach but juxtaposed the beauty of the photo with a dark memory.
“I am no angel. I’ve done some questionable things,” Derrico wrote, adding, “Some with full knowledge of what I was doing and wish I could forget. Some when I wasn’t in my right mind and don’t care to remember.”
The “Playboy” and “Baywatch” bombshell, who was originally born in Dothan, Alabama, admitted that L.A. can be extremely lonely and she hasn’t been proud of some of the decisions she made in the past.
“I want to love and to be loved. And sometimes the company of a beautiful man can feel like a sort of love, can’t it? For a fleeting moment I absorb it. Then it’s gone and I remind myself that everything in this town is make believe,” the star wrote.
She continued, “But I mostly prefer to be alone. It’s a heart numbing thing when so many men desire you but none love you. I realize that deliberate use of sex appeal makes it difficult for people to appreciate other things about you. I make my peace with it.”
In the end, the 52-year-old star said both good and bad decisions are important in life and help mold a person as they grow older.
“I think all our decisions in life, both good and bad, shape us into who we are today. I do my best to be good. I live with integrity. I make my actions match my words. If I say I’m going to do something, I do it. I wouldn’t dream of intentionally hurting anyone.”
D’Errico also admitted, “My insecurities are many, I have a temper, and I make mistakes, but I am kind. I think that’s the best I can do.”