Halle Barry sizzles as she channels famous Bond girl scene

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Halle Barry (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo  Images)
Halle Barry (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Jaws dropped 18 years ago when a 35-year-old Halle Berry emerged from the ocean in an orange bikini, looking red-hot with her pixie cut and perfect curves.

And jaws dropped again when the star recently channelled the famous scene from 2002’s Die Another Day, in which she played Jinx – the first heroic African-American Bond girl and a role that helped propel her further up the A-list ladder.

In the image Halle (53) once again sizzles in an orange bikini, as taut and toned as she was nearly two decades ago.

“Never been a shady beach,” she quips in the caption, holding onto her straw hat as the beats down.

Halle, who is mom to daughter Nahla (12) and son Maceo (6), is a fitness fanatic and often shares her workouts on her Instagram page, crediting her timeless body to, among other things, a 20-minute workout, Women’s Health reported.

The regime consists of a set of intense exercises to target all areas of the body, including mountain climbers, squats, lunges and skipping as well as arm dips and tummy crunches.

She has also shared the eating plan that keeps her in tip-top shape. Halle is a fan of intermittent fasting and the keto diet, a high-fat, low-carb regime that enables the body to burn fat.

Speaking in an interview with Hollywood Life in 2019, Peter revealed the actress has her first meal of the day immediately after a workout, “basically her breakfast and lunch combined,” he explained.

The orange bikini pic isn’t the first time Halle has sent fans into a frenzy with her sizzling beach snaps.

Here’s a look at our top five favourites:

Beach workouts

All black swimsuit

On the rocks

Beach picnic

Sources: Instagram, DailyMail, Women’s Health, Harpers Bazaar, Healthline, Hollywood Life




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