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She became known for her iconic legs due to her sultry role on Basic Instinct over 30 years ago and now Sharon Stone has proved she’s an ageless beauty in her most recent photo.
The 62-year-old took to her Instagram account to upload a snap, showing her perched on the side of a couch wearing black lingerie.
“My friend and brilliant stylist @paris_libby sent me this today. I am not only astounded but grateful that I am still modeling at 62, La Dolce Vita , Thx to everyone who hired me this year,” Sharon caption the photo.
The snap sent fans wild, with one person writing: “Age and just a number, these 30-year-old girls don't reach your feet.”
Another person wrote:” Leggggs for Days,” while another agreed, saying: “Still the ultimate queen of ‘Sexy’ you defined the word.”
The photo is reminiscent of the scene in Basic Instinct where her character uncrosses her legs to reveal she isn’t wearing underwear during a police interrogation.
Last year, Sharon posed for Vogue Portugal’s ‘Sex issue’ in a series of topless photos. In an accompanying interview, Sharon spoke about becoming a sex symbol in Hollywood.
“When I entered the business the term ‘fuckable’ was used to see if you were employable.
“The studio executives sat around a large table and discussed whether or not each of us was in fact ‘fuckable’. They thought I was not,” she said.
“I gave this some hard thought as I wanted to work, so I did a strategically planned semi-naked Playboy shoot. Did I fit the part? Obviously not. Did I use my brain to figure out how to appear ‘fuckable’? You bet. (…) So no, is the answer. I didn’t and I don’t [feel like a sex symbol].”
She also spoke about being a single mother to three adopted children saying it has been the greatest privilege of her life to raise them.
After Basic Instinct was released in 1992, Sharon went on to star in Casino, Total Recall and Catwoman.
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