Actress and former fashion model Sharon Vonne Stone shocked her over 2.6 million Instagram followers with a photo flaunting her legs in a bright swimsuit.
Sharon Stone, who took home an Emmy in 2004 for her outstanding performance in “The Practice,” treated her online fans on June 26 with a stunning pic of herself in a two-piece yellow swimsuit.
The actress’ beautiful smile captivated some of her followers, but her toned legs and abs stole the spotlight, especially considering that she turned 63 this March.
Sharon Stone on November 8, 2019, in Berlin, Germany | Photo: Getty Images
As soon as Stone uploaded that photo, some of her fans and followers took to the comment section to praise her good looks and beautiful bikini.
Some quickly noticed that Stone’s dog, Bandit, was in awe, looking at his owner. “Love the way your pup is looking at you,” admitted a netizen. “The side-eye from Bandit,” commented a second user.
Comments from Sharon Stone's Instagram followers on her June 26 post | Photo: Instagram/sharonstone
Stone’s post also attracted the attention of some of her celebrity friends. “Scream” star Rose McGowan wrote that Stone deserved all the existing Oscars.
On the other hand, fashion designer Vera Wang simply described Stone’s photo as a ray of light. While the “Basic Instinct” actress’ legs looked gorgeous in her Instagram post, it was not the first time they were on display this year.
Comments from Sharon Stone's celebrity friends on Instagram on her June 26 post | Photo: Instagram/sharonstone
LEGS FOR DAYS
Stone and Elle Spain collaborated for the magazine’s May 2021 issue, and the pictures are nothing short of astounding. Her short, messy hair was on point, her smile was bright, and her legs looked gorgeous.
One of the images was definitely a nod to her “Basic Instinct” character Catherine Tramell as she was sitting on a stool and wearing a white outfit.
She passed out and found herself in a “tunnel of light.”
As part of their collaboration, Stone opened up on some aspects of her life. She admitted her many personal triumphs have already been matched by her failures, which include two failed marriages, a stroke, and a stint with endometriosis. Stone added:
“I have failed in most important aspects [...] but I have lived to tell the tale. I have picked up the pieces, I've got myself together and moved on.”
About her 2001 stroke, which negatively impacted her acting career, Stone said she had so much blood in an area of her head that it pushed her brain to the front of the face.
As a result of the pressure, the right side of her face “collapsed.” Stone has been candid about her near-death experience, even labeling it as “beautiful” and “strange.”
The actress revealed that she was hospitalized in a very quiet emergency room with almost nobody around. Only her doctor was present and looking at her “so compassionately.”
For those reasons, Stone assumed that her condition was serious and asked, “Am I dying?” Doctors considered she needed to be transferred to a neurological hospital, but in the process, she passed out and found herself in a “tunnel of light.”
At the top of the tunnel, some of the people Stone had been very close to before they died were looking down at her. She felt as if they were telling her everything would be okay.
That unusual experience ended after she felt intense pressure in her chest, but she noted she is unsure if doctors used a defibrillator on her.
Once in the new hospital, doctors had to perform two angiograms to identify where the bleeding in his brain was coming from. After a seven-hour surgery, the bleeding stopped.
Stone, who said the stroke took away her “radiance,” ended up with impaired speech, hearing, and mobility. She needed seven years to get better, and her relationship with her three sons was crucial in the process.
The actress pointed out that she had to pick herself up to carry on with her duty of raising her children well. Nowadays, she’s doing great and looking as gorgeous as ever. Way to go!
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