Joan Collins, 88, shows off toned legs as she reclines on couch: ‘Looking fabulous and relaxed’

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Joan Collins is living her best life.

On Tuesday, the 88-year-old acting legend shared a photo of herself lounging around on a patio with husband Percy Gibson, 56. Though they were surrounded by beautiful greenery, it was Collins's legs that stole the show.

"Hiding away and preparing to perform with @grahnort October 11 at the #drurylanetheatre," she captioned the post.

Fans flooded the comments to share how they could not get enough of her timeless beauty.

"You look stunning," a fan said. "Chic as ever," another noted, with yet someone else gushing, "Looking fabulous and relaxed."

This is not the first time that Collins has flashed her legs to her over 250k followers. In June, she shared a series of photos showing her in a white dress as she relaxed on a yacht on a summer getaway.

"Nothing beats #alifeontheoceanwave #summerfun #boatlife," she wrote.

Earlier this month, Collins made headlines when she commented on the plastic surgery she has seen in Hollywood, calling out the Kardashians in particular.

"Kris Jenner, their mother, is a good friend of mine and I don't want to be rude about her children, but there's an awful lot of surgery there and I've talked to my friends about it, as I'm sure you have, the bottoms, the tiny waists," said to the Daily Mail.

Definitely an outspoken opponent of plastic surgery, she revealed, in an interview with Hello! Magazine, how she maintains her looks, which includes staying away from junk food and working out with a trainer three times a week. But the most important part, she said, comes from within.

"I was born with the happy gene and the energy gene. What makes me happiest is seeing my children happy. Honestly, life makes me happy and I'm very aware of how lucky I am," she explained. "I've worked hard all my life, nobody has given me anything on a plate, but I wake up each morning thinking how fortunate I am. I'm very fit and healthy now – knock on wood – and I try to look after myself."

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