Susan Lucci of 'All My Children' Fame Shows off Her Trim Figure in White Strapless Swimsuit After Giving Health Update
Susan Lucci enjoyed the waves as she vacationed in St. Barth's. Meanwhile, her fans appreciated the view they got when she posted a shot to Instagram.
Lucci, 73, not only was easy on the eyes, but it was refreshing to see her living her best life in light of her past heart issues. Her sun-kissed photo is found below.
The actress' new backdrop falls in stark contrast to the red carpet event she attended on February 5. Lucci was at the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women, where she gave a quick update.
Following her 2018 heart attack scare, Lucci has been outspoken in encouraging women to care for their bodies and not ignore warning signs when they occur.
Lucci's health update
At the event, she told HollywoodLife, "I'm in good health. I'm feeling great!" Lucci further recalled how she didn't see her heart issues coming, and it ended up being a near-fatal incident.
She mentioned how women tend to put their health on the backburner, often thinking that they'll be perceived as overreacting to whatever pain or discomfort they're feeling.
The perfect getaway
In her post on Tuesday, Lucci was looking down, but it was clear that the actress did feel good. She looked good, too, in a strapless white one-piece bath suit with a gold buckle at the chest.
Lucci's brown hair was let loose, and she wore a pair of sunglasses over her eyes. She stood in very shallow water, and there were moss-covered rocks to her back.
Fans love her
As she looked down, Lucci raised one foot to lift some of the water. "Good morning, St. Barth's," she captioned the shot, along with several smiling, palm trees, and dancing emojis.
The comment section was filled with impressed fans who couldn't get over how youthful the older woman appeared. More importantly, she was doing well healthwise.
Lucci's heart surgery
Last February, Lucci underwent heart surgery to take care of the 90% blockage in her heart. Although she takes care of her body, genes overrode much of her hard work and exercise.
Lucci, who does pilates, was shocked to learn of her heart issue in 2018. She was all the more grateful that a woman drove her to the hospital and helped her fix things before they got worse.