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Salma Hayek is of the opinion that it is necessary to have in order to “give” themselves to the environment.
The actress, 52, has shared a series of photos of her on social media back in the sand and let the ocean water wash over her.
She pulled out a lavender suit that showed off her beautiful curves.
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“Sometimes, you just have to surrender and allow the water to move around, and you have to embrace it,” the “Frida” actress and captioned the photo, which also includes the Spanish translation.
“It was a professional photo shoot,” she added. “A moment of inspiration at the time.
Hayek’s celebrity friends comment on the beautiful pictures.”Game of Thrones ‘ star Gwendoline Christie and “Inglorious Basterds” actress Diane Kruger took to the photo as Rebecca Gayheart, wrote, “simply beautiful.”
Hayek could be on an early anniversary trip — they get to turn 53 on sept 2 –, or relax in front of her work and plans to release it up. By 2020, they will be filming Marvel’s highly-anticipated new film “the Eternals,” which also stars Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, and Richard Madden.
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She recently told InStyle magazine that she is loving this stage of her life.
“That’s a lot of things have changed for women in Hollywood, and since then,” said Hayek. “We are still paid less than men in a lot of. But, it’s getting a little better.”
“And now, at 52, I have to play it to the best of my life,” she added.
Hayek is also in a position in the political arena. They, along with many other influential people, such as actress America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria, and several other business leaders, and social activists wrote a public letter of solidarity” for Latinos living in the United States of america, in the light of the recent mass shootings, and ICE cream for the time being.
In the letter, which was published on Friday in The New York Times and a handful of Spanish-language newspapers, according to the signatories to the AMERICAN and Latinos who may feel “frightened, broken hearted, and are defeated by the barrage of attacks,” citing the shooting incident in El Paso, and the other shot in Gilroy, Calif. The two attacks killed almost two dozen Strangers.
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“We have been tainted by the political rhetoric, was murdered in a violent hate crime. We are separated from our families, and I have seen our children in a cage,” the letter said. “However, we will not be broken. We will not be silent.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.