October 19, 2021

Published from Mumbai, Delhi & Bhopal

Berry frolics on the beach during her birthday getaway

Los Angeles: The actress, who turned 54 on Friday, looked incredible in a racy two-piece as she wandered along the beach in a slow-motion video she shared with fans on Instagram.

Halle celebrated her birthday in style by riding on a skateboard in the sunshine in a separate post as she reminded her followers to have fun while keeping fit. Halle is no stranger to showcasing her iconic figure, having risen to fame as a Bond Girl in the early 2000s.

And the star once again proved she could turns heads as she wandered by the ocean in the sizzling video. Halle sported an amazing black bikini with revealing cut outs that accentuated her amazing figure before posting the clip alongside the caption: ‘Leo Season in full effect #BirthdayWeekendVibin. On Friday Halle looked agelessly radiant once again as she marked her birthday in a separate Instagram post as she proudly skateboarded down the street.

Wearing a T-shirt and bikini bottoms, she rode away from the camera but had glimpsed back over her shoulder to smile at the photographer.

She uploaded the snapshot, which enjoyed a rainbow tint, alongside a caption which read: ’54….life just gets better and better!’.  Halle has two children – daughter Nahla, by her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, and son Maceo, by her third ex-husband Olivier Martinez.

As she begins the next year of her life Halle will see her feature directorial debut Bruised premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Halle stars as an ex-fighter who has left the MMA business and lost custody of her son, but the film finds her locked in a struggle to regain her child and career.

‘I didn’t really set out to direct it, I set out to act in it. I read the script and I loved it,’ Halle explained to iHeart + Variety’s The Big Ticket With Marc Malkin.

‘And, it was written, at that time, for a 22-year-old white woman, which, obviously, can’t be me,’ she said, but she persuaded ‘the producers that it should be me, and why it would be more relevant in the times in which we’re living if it were me.’

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