Elizabeth Hurley In Bathing Suit Celebrates Queen's Jubilee

Elizabeth Hurley in white top with voluminous curls and gold chandelier earrings at an event.
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Elizabeth Hurley looked positively regal as she celebrated the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in a bathing suit on Instagram.

Joining in the festivities remotely from a Caribbean beach, the English beauty, who turns 57 on June 10, had "old Blighty" in her heart as she honored the Queen in her trademark bikini-tastic style, kicking off her birthday week in a royal way.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She Frolicks On The Beach

Hurley, who's away in the Tropics to shoot her upcoming movie, Christmas in the Caribbean, took some time off from her busy schedule to mark the prestigious occasion in the best possible way. Enjoying a few comforts from home in the shape of a Union Jack balloon, she frolicked on the beach and tossed the inflatable object around, all the while flaunting her insane body in a white two-piece bikini.

Looking fresh out of the sea, the actress and model shared several close-ups of her damp locks and chic aviator sunglasses before displaying tempting front and back views of her ageless figure.

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She Honors The Queen

Rolling back the years in a cleavage-baring swimsuit with a textured print and metallic details, Hurley appeared to have fully embraced island living, going barefoot in the sand as she chased around the Union Jack balloon.

The Bedazzled star, who has played a royal on camera, honored Queen Elizabeth in the caption.

"Bringing a bit of Blighty to the Caribbean on the momentous Platinum Jubilee," she wrote. "All hail HM Queen Elizabeth."

She Plays A Queen On Screen

This comes after the glamorous movie star paid tribute to another royal family, albeit a "fictitious" one, as she took to Instagram to deliver some good news for The Royals fans.

Hurley, who plays Queen Helena in the popular series, ramped up the sultriness on her page with a carousel of BTS photos that included plenty of lingerie looks, telling followers in the caption: "The Royals has dropped on @netflix All four seasons. Such happy memories of making such a fun, silly show about a fictitious British Royal Family."

She Has Her Own Swimwear Brand

As her devoted admirers are well aware, her talents stretch further than the screen. Hurley also runs an eponymous swimwear brand, frequently repping her label on social media.

Whenever she gets time off from filming, the ex-model-turned-businesswoman flexes her influencer muscle on the Gram, showcasing her latest designs and parading her jaw-dropping bikini bod on Caribbean beaches.

"I wouldn’t ordinarily be prancing around in quite so much beachwear, so there is a reason behind prancing around in so many swimsuits,” she told Page Six a while back.

She Does Charity Work

While we could argue that her swimsuit pics are a form of public service, Hurley does plenty more to give back to the community. Aside from serving as Estée Lauder Global Ambassador for years and being personally involved in the brand's Breast Cancer Campaign, which this year has "raised a record breaking $8.5 million" for cancer research, per one of her recent social media posts, the mother-of-one has now teamed up with Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft charity, and "will lend her support to raise the profile of Smile Train in the U.K. and further afield," according to Charity Today.

As the charity's new Global Ambassador, Hurley will be traveling to India next year to visit Smile Train programs and "meet with the local partner surgeons, cleft patients and their families who’ve benefited from Smile Train’s support," notes the outlet.

"Cleft lip and cleft palate are among the most common birth defects," explains the Mayo Clinic, stating that they "occur when tissues in the baby's face and mouth don't fuse properly."

"Normally, the tissues that make up the lip and palate fuse together in the second and third months of pregnancy. But in babies with cleft lip and cleft palate, the fusion never takes place or occurs only part way, leaving an opening (cleft)," details the clinic's website.

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