Model Paulina Porizkova is putting on a steamy display for her Instagram followers!
Even though it’s pretty chilly in New York City right now, the 57-year-old fashion model – who is going to be turning 58 at the end of the month – still managed to look incredible standing by a fireplace in a black bikini.
‘Grandma Of Five’ Paulina Porizkova Flaunts Her Toned Abs In A Black Bikini
In her latest Instagram post, the author of “No Filter: The Good, The Bad, and The Beautiful” shared a stunning photo that featured her standing in front of a fireplace in a black bikini and knee-high black boots with a pointed toe. She is keeping warm with a shaggy red long-sleeve sweater that she wears open so as not to conceal the definition in her toned abs.
In the caption, Paulina asked, “Almost 58? Grandma, knitting, fireplace? Check, check, check, check! I’m the proud step-grandma of five. I’ve knitted the sweater I’m wearing- and yes, I’m standing by a fireplace. So this is what almost 58 looks like for me today.”
She added the hashtags #betweenjloandbettywhite, #sexyhasnoexpirationdate, #grandma, #graypride, #gettingbetterwithage, and #nofilter. She then added, “And those killer boots are @tamaramellon, pricey but unbelievably comfortable with their special pillow-top insoles.”
“I appreciate your quick wit and humor. You look so happy!” one fan commented. “Just awesome. Such an inspiration. ‘Aging’ looks vibrant, borderline volcanic on you!” another follower chimed in. “Today I am 44 and I hope I age with grace like you are clearly doing. It’s so f—ing refreshing,” a third fan shared.
Paulina Has Incredible Abs And She Doesn’t Mind Flaunting Them!
In another Instagram post at the start of the new year, the “Anna” actress stood in front of the white sheer curtains in a pair of black underwear. She has her arms covering her chest as she looks out the window, holding her hair back out of her face.
“The New Year is yawning wide open. I’m greeting it bare. Because I have nothing to hide,” she wrote in the caption. “I’m finally comfortable in my own skin. I don’t need armor when I’m already armed with my experiences and the wisdom they’ve brought.”
“All the really good stuff is crammed into this body and invisible on the outside. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist,” she added. “It’s what keeps me standing tall and proud – even when undressed.” She closed off her post with the hashtags #betweenjloandbettywhite, #greypride, and #betterontheinside.
Although most of Paulina’s followers loved her post, there was more than one critical comment left on this post.
“Don’t know why women still think continually removing their clothing is a necessity to make a statement about aging- or anything else. You don’t see men dropping their pants to declare how ‘brave’ they are about growing older,” one user commented. “Once again, a beautiful woman feels compelled to expose herself. When you are a 5 ‘10” 120 pound supermodel this is really not that ground breaking. Just contributes to the objectification of women and presents a highly unattainable reality for the vast majority of us.”
Another follower wrote, “On one hand I applaud you, but on the other, I looked at your picture and thought, s— I really need to work out if I want to look this good at 57. I’m not sure you would have posted this picture if you weren’t proud of your body (which you should be). But doesn’t the conversation ever change? Aren’t you still selling something aspirational (and quite frankly largely unattainable) that at 57, we should be able to let go as women? When will the pressure to be something more than we are, physically, end?”
Although Paulina did not comment on the critical remarks, author Stacey Duguid came to her defense, commenting, “I love your words, your confidence, your vibe. I also love your body. I’ve never looked like you; my tummy wobbles, but f— me, it should: I don’t work out and I drink wine every night. I also write all day (in bed – lol).”
“You look amazing and yet, women can be so critical of other women,” she continued. “Why are women with so-called societally perceived ‘perfect’ bodies such easy targets? And yet, the wider-culture celebrates and applauds women who, in all their amazing glory, are medically overweight. No judgment from me, btw, it’s an observation.”
“Bigger women are ‘queens’ and ‘goddesses’, with their curves and imperfections. Slim women, and, god forbid OLDER AND ATTRACTIVE SLIM WOMEN – call the f—ing cops – are easy targets for ‘well, I don’t look like that’ type comments. No. Neither do I. But I don’t put the effort in. Nor do I wish to,” she concluded. “But, I also appreciate this glorious body, mind, soul and spirit for everything it / she represents. Womanhood comes in many forms. AS DOES THE PATRIARCHY —- so, be kind, be cool.”