Liz Hurley looks ageless as she poses in bikini after starfish photo criticism

Film star Liz Hurley wowed fans as she posed in a blue bikini while filming in an exotic location.

The 56-year-old mother-of-one shared a picture with her 2.3 million Instagram followers of her lying on a cream sofa in a pale blue bikini.

It comes after she attracted criticism around a week earlier from animal lovers after posing with two starfish, which the actress said she had found stranded on the beach.

Liz's latest picture has attracted more than 83,000 likes on the social media platform. She captioned the photo: "Filming on a sunny island has its pros #newmovie #fatherchristmasisback…again."

Fans rushed to the comments section of her post to praise her style and figure. One social media user described her as "a perfect goddess, the most beautiful of the beautiful".

Another wrote: "You're not human, you never age!"

A third, referring to one of the model's previous relationships, joked: "Hugh Grant really messed up on this one."

Liz's post comes after she was criticised for another Instagram post around a week ago where she posed in the water with a starfish in each of her hands.

The non-profit organisation World Animal Protection says starfish should never be touched or removed from the water because they can suffocate or be harmed by a human's skin or the sunblock they are wearing.

Liz defended the post, saying she had rescued them after finding them on the beach.

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She said that she returned them to the water straight after posing for the picture.

Liz captioned the post: "Found these magnificent starfish, alive but stranded, on the beach — they're now happily back at the bottom of the sea."

One user responded to the post by writing: ""At least you tried, but those starfish are gonna die due to exposure."

Speaking to AU news, marine biologist Professor Morgan Prachett said: "It is not uncommon for them to be washed up on a beach.

"It's unlikely that they would die from being out of the water for a few minutes, but it does depend how long the starfish were out of the water /stranded on the beach."

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