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Sharon Stone, 60, proves she's an ageless beauty as she flashes her fit body at recent outing

Apr 17, 2018
08:54 A.M.
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The actress turned 60 last month and jetted off to celebrate her birthday abroad. She recently traveled again for another trip.

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Sharon Stone sure is busy jetting off to places as she hit the LAX airport again and was spotted in a cheerful mood as she made her way out of the city. AmoMama gleaned details from Daily Mail.

The Total Recall star went for a casual look as she walked through the Los Angeles International Airport. She donned a baggy sweater in black and white and a pair of cropped black trousers which were tied with a drawstring at the front.

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Sharon had on a pair of comfy shoes and a purse slung across her body. She also wore an oversized clear aviator glasses and a beaded necklace around her neck. She beamed as she strolled along the terminal. 

While she may have been all covered up at the airport, she has not entirely shied away from her sexy image. It was in the 1992 movie, Basic Instinct, that sealed her superstar status. Basic Instinct was a neo-noir erotic thriller film where she played the lead role.

Sharon is known for her sophisticated image and is often a hit at awards shows because she often models fashion’s finest attire. Her movie career is recently at its all-time high as she has been filming a new movie with director Martin Scorsese, whom she has worked with on the acclaimed Casino.

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The Pennsylvania native has remarked that she would not let herself be defined by a man. After being married twice, to TV producer Michael Greenburg and newspaper executive Phil Bronstein, she insisted that she will no longer be in a relationship unless it is an “actual partnership.”

She told Grazia magazine:

“I was just not that girl who was told that a man would define me. I was told that if I wanted to have a man in my life, it wouldn’t be an arrangement, it would be an actual partnership. And those are hard to find.”

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