Elizabeth Hurley (55) flaunts her slim body in a submerged cut as she prepares to enjoy a ‘quiet’ Christmas with her family
She is preparing to enjoy a quiet Christmas with loved ones due to the restrictions of COVID-19.
And Elizabeth Hurley was certainly dressed in elegant black lace crop for the festive season, while she went to Instagram on Wednesday to share a stylish snap.
The actress, 55, made sure she looked her best in a glamorous snap as she combined a cropped top with red sequined pants.
Dazzling: Elizabeth Hurley was dressed for the holiday season in a deep black lace cut and sequined pants as she went to Instagram on Wednesday to share a stylish snap
For a fashion touch, Elizabeth opted for a deep black blouse that perfectly accentuated her abundant cleavage.
She teamed up with eye-catching sequined pants as she posed in front of her Christmas tree.
Revealing her plans for the party, Elizabeth wrote: ‘Okay, so it’s a peaceful Christmas and I’m just home with my family, but we decided to change every night anyway PS, my Gucci T-shirt is from the 90’s.’
Festive party! The actress made sure she looks her best in a glamorous moment, revealing that she will enjoy a ‘quiet Christmas’ with her family
This comes after Elizabeth compared her locking experience to an episode of The Waltons after spending time with her family at her £ 6m villa.
She spent 16 weeks hidden on the Herefordshire estate in a group of nine people, including Kate’s older sister, son Damian (18), mother Angela (80) and vulnerable friends.
Appearing in the Lorraine episode, Liz told host Christine Lampard who was standing in the house, ‘It was like The Waltons! We had nine of us, but I’m the only one who went in 16 weeks to make a brief raid on stores. ‘
Do you read It comes after Elizabeth compared her locking experience to an episode of The Waltons after spending time with her family at her £ 6m villa
Elizabeth revealed that her household had returned things to the basics of locking, much like The Waltons, explaining, ‘We were all left safe, and then we just had to go in and find a way to make it work.
‘There was physical labor, TV banned until 18:00. We were all outside – the weather was nice in the UK – we swept, cut, attacked things with a chainsaw, made the exterior beautiful, growing vegetables … We all became healthier. We ate quite a bit, but there was also physical work! ‘
Liz added: ‘We were very nervous about health, there were older women and friends with low immunity who needed to be guarded. We were nervous and scared all the time ‘.
Close relationship: The actress spent 16 weeks hidden on the Herefordshire estate in a group of nine, including her older sister Kate, son Damian (18) and mother Angela (80) (pictured)