The 63-year-old actress looked ageless as she laid out in the sun, resting her head against her folded arms and stretching her toned legs, which she crossed at the ankles.
The wallpaper-worthy picture was taken by celebrity stylist Paris Libby against the backdrop of a clear blue ocean in motion beneath solid rocks.
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She gave fans a closer look with a second vacation photo zoomed in on her face shaded by dark sunglasses while her spiky blonde pixie remained blissfully untamed.
She captioned the first post “Self care matters” and the second “Body, mind & Spirit.”
A Rough Year For The American Icon
It is no surprise that the actress would require a rejuvenating self-care trip as she has had a long year.
In August, The Blast reported that the former fashion model took to social media, asking fans to pray for a miracle regarding her 11-month-old nephew, River William Stone.
River was discovered unconscious in his crib with ‘total organ failure.’ Stone uploaded a heartbreaking photo of her nephew attached to several machines, clinging to life, on a hospital bed.
The actress’ post was met with prayers from many celebrities, including Octavia Spencer and Kate Hudson, who prayed for the full recovery of her nephew, whose medical condition was reportedly unknown.
The actress previously marked the birth of River, her brother Patrick’s son, on September 8, 2020, with a precious Instagram photo of him.
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Sadly, the “Basic Instinct” star lost her nephew on August 30th, 2021. She uploaded an emotional video clip capturing memories of her handsome blonde nephew while he was alive.
The video’s comment was filled with condolences from fans and celebrities who sympathized with the actress over her loss.
Memoir of A Life Lived Twice
In March 2021, Stone released her tell-all memoir titled “The Beauty of Living Twice,” published by UK-based Knopf, which details pivotal moments in her life as a Hollywood star.
The book title was inspired by the second chance at life that the actress was granted in 2001, after battling a stroke and brain hemorrhage.
The memoir dives into Stone’s harsh upbringing in Pennsylvania, her rocky relationship with her physically abusive parents, and her abusive grandfather.
She rose to fame in the 1990s when she landed acclaimed roles in productions such as “Basic Instinct,” “Casino,” and “Total Recall.”
Her memoir further details her involuntary breast enlargement surgery, which occurred after benign tumors were discovered in her breasts in 2001. Her plastic surgeon reportedly decided to enlarge the area. She said of the incident,
“[My plastic surgeon] in all of his self-determined knowledge, had changed my body without my knowledge or consent.”
Her memoir also details her Oscar nomination for best actress in 1996 for her role in “Casino.” It has certainly been an eventful year for the actress, and it is no stretch to say she has earned her self-care trip.