In a sеdսctive new photo, Salma wears a plunging black swimsսit with platform stilettos while sipping coffee

In a sеdսctive new photo, Salma wears a plunging black swimsսit with platform stilettos while sipping coffee

Salma Hayek drove fans into a frenzy with a seductive new photo of herself sipping her morning coffee – and celebrity pals loved it!

Salma Hayek looks stunning even while sipping coffee! The lovely Once Upon A Time In Mexico actress, 56, took to Instagram on Wednesday, Aug. 23, to show off a plunging black biкini coupled with sky-high platform heels just after returning from a vacation in Mexico.

She modelled the ensemble in a lime green chair, shielding herself from the early sun with a trendy fedora and sunglasses while she sipped her coffee.

“Who likes coffee?” she captioned the photo, which was also translated into Spanish as “A quién le gusta el café?” Salma finished up the message with coffee cup emojis.

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard actor has 26.3 million Instagram followers, some of them are celebrities. Sharon Stone gushed in the comments section, “You are a hot cup of Java lady,” with heart eye and laughing emojis.

Avatar actress Zoe Saldana commented on the post, saying, “I need to get me a pair of coffee Mugs like yours.” Even Facebook’s official account couldn’t help but respond, “not a like, but a love.”

Her most recent photo comes after a run of jaw-dropping vacation ensembles in Mexico, including a teal blue one-piece swimsսit and a sheer blouse over a sensual string biкini. And it appears that the actress’s timeless beauty comes with a perfect approach towards growing.

“I thought getting older meant I wasn’t going to work; I’m working,” the House Of Gucci beauty told Glamour in February.

“I thought getting older meant you weren’t in love anymore; I’m still in love,” she told the magazine. “I don’t believe I’ve lost my flexibility, agility, or strength.” I have to say that getting older with someone has been lovely.”

She also highlighted that her mistaken belief that she would stop working was both frequent and “unfair.” “Because I was told that as an actress, you kind of stop working around the age of 30.” “Imagine,” she exclaimed. “I really did feel it at the time, and it’s unfair.”

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