ELIZABETH Hurley showcased her sensational figure in a hot pink bikini on Instagram yesterday.

The 55-year-old wowed fans with her latest social media post as she modelled a new two-piece from her swimwear range, Elizabeth Hurley Swim.

Enjoying the sunshine in anunknown exotic location, the Bedazzled actress stunned in the hot pink bikini with gold chain detailing as posed among palm trees.

Th screen siren complemented her swimwear by sporting a dramatic smokey eye and worked her brown hair into glamorous tousled wave as she held onto a wicker beach hat.

The star's post was sure to command attention and she was inundated with complements for the sizzling beach pic.

One penned: "You are absolutely gorgeous".

"My phone just melted 🔥🔥🔥🔥," another commented. A third simply wrote: "Stunning".

Liz has never been shy of flashing her flesh – even in front of her close family members.

The mum-of-one turned up the heat back in January by posing in just her pants and a fake fur coat.

The star looked sensational as she braved the weather in the open coat as Britain was ­blanketed by snow.

Liz put up the sultry shot — taken at her Herefordshire home — saying she was on a make-believe holiday.

She added: “I’m so fed up being at home, I’m pretending I’m away and am living through my camera for ten days.”

However, the actress faced a backlash after critics slammed her for getting her son to take the sultry pics.

Piers Morgan urged her to put her clothes back on – and said it was "creepy and thirsty" her son model son Damian was behind the lens.

However, Liz hit back and confirmed her 80-year-old mum Angela took those topless photos.

Sharing the pictures again, Liz said: "These pics were in fact taken by my 80 year old mother.

"Not entirely sure if that puts minds at rest or not."

Liz has also previously spoken about how her son has taken photos of her in a bikini.

She said: “When we’re on holiday together, sure he’ll take some pictures.

"And you know, he’s got a really good eye and he’s studying photography."

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