Liz Hurley has sent fans into meltdown with her latest busty snap as she showed off her new chunky necklace.
The famous businesswoman and actress, 54, looked sensational in the mirror selfie as she posed to show off the stunning piece of jewellery.
The age-defying model held her phone in one hand as she snapped the photo for her 1.4million Instagram fans.
She was dressed as Marvel's Runaways sorceress Morgan le Fay in a behind-the-scenes spoiler – a role she currently plays.
Liz paired the necklace with a very low-cut black top which drew attention to her cleavage, while adding a chain belt to accessorise.
Her long locks hung in tousled waves while she rocked a smokey eye and glamorous nude lip.
Her caption referred to the new show, which read: "Whilst lurking in my trailer waiting for my close up, I shot my own. @marvelsrunaways streaming on @hulu now".
Excited fans couldn't get over her smouldering picture, and left sweet comments.
One shared: "What a woman," while another quipped: "You're killing me".
Elizabeth recently risked angering Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry by declaring they get to live a celebrity lifestyle with "a lot more privacy".
The actress, who played a queen in TV soap The Royals, gave her thoughts on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a new interview.
She admitted she feels "jealous" of the real life royals as they get to enjoy the trappings of life in the spotlight with less of the intrusion.
In a chat with Buzzfeed's Am To DM show, she explained: "It [the TV show] made me feel a little jealous [of the real royals] because it really made me realise that…
"On our show, you saw us out and about as royalty bestowing goodness and grace on the public, but then of course you went behind closed doors and saw what we were getting up to.
"The real Royal family , you never see them behind closed doors ever. We only ever see them bestowing nice things on the outside and you never see anything else, unlike people in show business where unfortunately pesky people seem to get behind the scenes all the time."
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