Vanessa Williams turns up the heat in blue slit maxi dress, posing at sea in new photo
Former Miss America winner, Vanessa Williams has always been a stunner, and in this picture of her on a celebrity cruise, she's proving just how well her beauty pairs with age.
Williams shared a picture of herself with a scenic background that would make a lovely postcard. She leaned on the yacht railings and looked out toward the sea, with which she was twinning. The "Ugly Betty" actress chose a blue sleeveless maxi dress that came with a high slit. She paired her outfit with flat strappy sandals and wore her hair down.
Fans of the 55-year-old took to her comment section with raving reviews, most of them applauding her ageless beauty:
“You are an incomparable pleasure for my eyes. Your magnificent beauty shines like a blue sun!”- @adnetsamba
“Well alright! Look at you enjoying life. I see these are the secrets to staying so young and youthful!”- @michaelalexispalmer
“My God, Vanessa, you are of a beauty that can not be said as it is, because it is an infinite thing ... Never seen so much perfection in a picture ...”- @ambra__05__
One comment from a fan who was apparently at the same event as Williams read:
“Thanks so much for entertaining us on the #celebritycruises Constellation. It was a dream come true to see you perform your own material in concert! #stillpoppin”- @giovannistellanyc
The multitalented performer, who has been married three times, tied the knot with her current husband, Jim Skrip in 2015. The lovebirds met on a trip to Egypt and found out that, coincidentally, they were both from New York. Williams once gushed about her husband in an interview with People:
“My friends just look at him and say ‘God, he’s solid’”
“He’s a real man. You want somebody in your life who has integrity, who is solid, who knows who he is, who is romantic.”
Her age-defying beauty was also put on display last month in a new ad campaign for L'Oreal Paris. The cosmetics company chose Williams as one of six women instrumental in revamping society's perception of aging.