She’s known for her bikini selfies but fans have been left gobsmacked after former supermodel, Paulina Porizkova, uploaded a snap showing off her killer abs.
The 55-year-old former catwalk queen and widow of Cars rocker, Ric Ocasek, could be seen standing in her living room in a black crop top sports bra and black gym pants.
“How about a super comfy sports bra and a pair of polyester sweatpants someone left here by accident for today’s fashion. Killing it, aren’t I?! Also, my “space buns” have come undone,” she captioned the photo, alongside the hashtag #quarantinefashion.
Her fans rushed to comment on her insane physique, with one person writing: “55 is the new 25. You're proof.”
“You could seriously wear a garbage bag and still be stunning! Those abs are GOALS,” another fan said.
One person commented saying:”Your abs are rockin’ tho” with many others agreeing, saying: “You have some awesome abs”
Back in May, she dispelled some of her model mystique thanks to an unfiltered, untouched and makeup-free selfie she’s shared with fans on Instagram.
According to the 55-year-old mother of two, the image shows her fresh out of bed and falling, age-wise, somewhere “between J.Lo and Betty White.” (Jennifer Lopez is 50; White is 98.)
“For all of you lovely complimentary peeps, this is what I actually look like,” she wrote. “I think not bad for 55 and no interventions. But most certainly not 22. This is the first-thing-in-the-morning me, no coffee and hair all accidentally waved from sleeping with it in a bun. Looking at my selfies now, I always wonder what’s up with my nose? It keeps getting in the way!”
The candid post won praise from fans who thanked Porizkova for being honest about aging. Andie Macdowell, herself a former model turned actress, was among those cheering the Czech-born beauty on.
“I don’t use filters either,” Macdowell wrote. “I don’t understand what the point is! We need to celebrate how we look exactly right where we are and to me you look perfect.”
“This is how aging is done!” a fan added. “No needles, no toxic fillers, no scalpels. Just great genes and living clean. Gosh you’re gorg!”
Porizkova has recently used her platform to speak openly about aging, grief and mental health.
On May 19, she shared footage of herself crying, telling fans that she was trying “not to be so scared of showing my vulnerability.”
With extra reporting by Erin Donnelly