Hurley shows off sensational bikini body at 52

ELIZABETH Hurley has continued to share sun-soaked bikini snaps from her holiday, despite a return to the UK.

Clearly still lusting after the sunshine in the Maldives, the 52-year-old actress and model shared yet another snap of herself clad in a swimsuit, enjoying the sun, as The Sun reports.

Taking to Instagram, Hurley posted a photo of herself floating in the crystal clear Indian Ocean.

Presumably still longing for the sunshine and balmy weather, the Austin Powers star treated her 93,000 followers to a sunny snapshot.

Sporting a chic red bikini from her own Elizabeth Hurley Beach collection, the star showed off her incredible figure.

Before returning to the UK, the British star had been enjoying a long sunny break in the Maldives, jetting out to the exclusive resort at the end of last month.

Keen to showcase her skills as a designer, she uploaded a number of shots of her enjoying the hot weather in her latest beachwear collection.

It's not all been self-promotion and tan time on the island though, as Hurley has also been spending some quality time with her son, Damian.

All that glitters..... new Jessica Bikini @elizabethhurleybeach @velaaprivateisland

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The proud mother couldn't help but gush about her only child in the post, which saw them cuddling up to one another on the beach, calling him her "sonshine".

This story was originally published in The Sun and is republished here with permission.

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