Elizabeth Hurley is no stranger to showing off her enviable bikini body, and yesterday was no different as she took to Instagram once again to flaunt it.

The 53-year-old English actress and model looked as youthful as ever as as she hung out in the Maldives wearing a blue and white Kashmir bikini from her Elizabeth Hurley beach wear collection.

Liz, who is mum to 16-year-old son Damien, is pictured enjoying a sun-soaked break, staying in a lavish £6,400-a-night retreat on the Milaidhoo Island resort.

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One fan wrote: “Absolutely Beautiful” , a second agreed, “U get better as u get older,” whilst a third asked: “You are amazing! You say you have any food /diet tips ? I’m going through the menopause and my body is not behaving like it used to when it comes to food .. grateful for any pointers Ax”

Her amazing figure is proudly displayed in the swim wear and will set fans back £156 if they were to purchase the two-piece.

The Royals star looked effortlessly natural, with her brown flowing locks left loose.

She has been sharing her time on the island with fans over the last few days, uploading several pics to her social media account, including taking a stroll along a wooded pathway wearing a white swimsuit.

It’s no secret that Liz stays active to stay in shape but she previously revealed her regime doesn’t involve going to the gym.

In a previous interview she said: “I like women to feel very confident in how they look and to accept that every size can be beautiful. But I think it’s important to be in shape. It doesn’t matter really what size you are, but I think it’s important to stay sort of firm and to do a reasonable amount of walking and exercise. I don’t go to the gym but I’m quite active.”

And she ensures she gets her steps in by walking her dogs or going on hiking trips, but being skinny isn’t her aim. “I don’t feel like I need to be skinny, but I feel the need to be athletic and fit.”