Halle Berry has put her gym-toned pins — and abs — front and centre while sharing a sweet kiss with her boyfriend, musician Van Hunt.
The Oscar winner, 54, took to Instagram over the weekend to share a PDA-packed photo of herself and Van, 51, getting cosy outdoors.
Sporting pink and green bikini bottoms, a white T-shirt and red heart-shaped sunglasses, the actor is pictured with her arms around Van, who is dressed casually in a gray hoodie and green pants.
"We do this thing called whatever the f*** we want!" Halle captioned the pic.
The couple made their relationship 'Instagram official' in mid-2020, with Van accompanying Halle to the Academy Awards for their "1st date nite" in April.
'Slap these trolls'
The Catwoman star's feisty message comes after she revealed her love-hate relationship with social media in a candid interview with Essence.
"The thing I hate, and this will never stop, I know because it’s the nature of the world, but I really hate the negativity that gets on there," she said.
"I just really want to like, slap these trolls because it really is damaging to people," she admitted.
"It’s damaging to young people and I really wish that if you really didn’t have something [nice] to say, don’t say it. If you’ve got something so negative to say about somebody, why are you on their page?"
The mum of two children, Maceo, 7, and Nahla, 13, said that while she can handle the comments, she recognises how damaging they can be to young people.
"I see that with my daughter and it infuriates me," she said. 'That's one of the reasons I’ve kept them out of the media, to protect them, for this very reason."
Halle shares Nahla with former partner, model Gabriel Aubry, and Maceo with ex-husband, actor Olivier Martinez.
While she is protective over her kids, the former Bond girl loves to have "fun" on social media, saying she tries "to lean into and not to take myself seriously."
It also gives Halle an opportunity to control her own narrative, particularly after lacking that autonomy after decades in the spotlight.
"The story that was perpetuated about me just wasn’t true but it was editorialized by people and it was out of my control," she said. "Now I get to control and show different sides of myself. I really love that."
Additional reporting by Megan Johnson.
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