Liz Hurley slammed over detail in bikini pic by shocked fans

Elizabeth Hurley may be 56 years old, but that doesn’t stop her from wowing fans with her incredible bikini body.

Taking to Instagram, the star shared a photo of herself posing in an aqua bikini with chains, showing off her toned figure while holding two starfish.

Elizabeth Hurley poses in a blue bikini while holding two starfish
Liz Hurley has shocked fans with her latest bikini snaps. Photo: Instagram/elizabethhurley1

She explained why she was holding the two sea creatures, writing, “Found these magnificent starfish, alive but stranded on the beach”.

After taking two snaps with the starfish she allegedly returned them to where they belong, “Happily back at the bottom of the sea.”


Her followers were quick to gush over the actress, with one fan writing, “How is it possible that you are over 50+ years old? This body.”

“Has anyone stayed this hot for so long?”, wrote another.

There was even a cheeky fan who quipped, “What a gorgeous pair…of starfish.”

Elizabeth Hurley poses in a white bikini on the beach, wearing a straw hat
Liz Hurley is no stranger to flaunting her figure in bikinis, and even has her own swimwear line. Photo: Instagram/elizabethhurley1

However, there was a heated debate from fans who were appalled at the Austin Powers star’s stunt.

Some fans were irate, with one telling the swimwear designer, “You just killed those stars by taking them out of the water.”

“They are extremely delicate and most likely won’t survive once you take them out of the sea,” another added.

Some shocked fans were skeptical about the whole situation with one stating, “Yeah I’m calling bullsh*t on the caption sweetie.”

Elizabeth Hurley poses on the beach in a blue bikini holding two starfish
Liz Hurley's snap with two starfish had a massive backlash from followers. Photo: Instagram/elizabethhurley1

Other fans were impressed by her good deed and defended Liz, “Thank you for your action, you have done a great gesture for the planet.”

James Cook University marine biologist Professor Morgan Pratchett revealed to News.Com.Au that it's "unlikely" the starfish would die after being out of the water for a few minutes.

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