What Fans Think of Rita Wilson as She Poses in a Casual Morning Selfie (Photo)

Rita Wilson has shared a stunningly beautiful morning selfie, and her fans are loving her look, calling her "authentically beautiful."

Rita Wilson is blowing away her fans after sharing a stunning photo of herself enjoying her Sunday at the beach. Fans were quick to comment on the post, heaping praise at her. 

The photo, which showed the singer and dancer fresh-faced and at her most natural, led one fan to call her "authentically beautiful."

 

 

Recently the 63-year-old posed make-up free alongside actors Sarah Paulson, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Salma Hayek for PEOPLE "Beautiful Issue."

During the interview, Wilson says that after recovering from COVID-19 with her husband Tom Hanks, she learned to see the beauty in the simple things. She said,

"When people are leaving out of windows and clapping for the healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, cafeteria workers and all those people exiting from the hospital,that is beautiful to me."

Fans react to Rita Wilson| Photo: Instagram.com/ritawilson

Fans react to Rita Wilson| Photo: Instagram.com/ritawilson

She added that she only started wearing make-up after joining a modelling agency as a teenager, who set her up with her own glam squad. 

Wilson added that she had been keeping her beauty regime simple, saying that all she had to do is wash her face and apply whatever moisturizer was near. 

After undergoing a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction in 2015, her perspective on health changed.

 
Rita Wilson speaks at the 2018 American Friends of Blerancourt Dinner on November 9, 2018| Photo: Getty Images

Rita Wilson speaks at the 2018 American Friends of Blerancourt Dinner on November 9, 2018| Photo: Getty Images

 

Recently Rita opened up about her experience with the coronavirus, revealing that she considered herself at risk of contracting COVID-19 after her breast cancer diagnosis. 

After undergoing a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction in 2015, spoke to PEOPLE about her diagnosis, calling it her new normal. She said

"Once you realize that there’s something in you that is trying to kill you, you have to accept that there’s going to be a new normal. I’m healthy today. I am not going to take it for granted, and I’m not going to mess with it."

 

Tom Hanks recently opened up about their experience with the coronavirus, revealing that his wife had a harder time with the virus than he did. 

He added that Wilson had suffered from a high fever and felt so nauseous that she had to crawl to get from her bed to the bathroom. 

 

The couple, who have one of Hollywood's longest-lasting marriage, recently celebrated their 32nd wedding anniversary.

The couple shares two children, sons Chet,29, and Truman,24, while Hanks has two children from a previous marriage, Colin,42, and Elizabeth,37.

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