The Basic Instinct lead actress is back to make your jaw drop once again.
Sharon Stone took to Instagram to up the temperature amid this pandemic. The 62-year-old looked hot as hell by the poolside enjoying her lockdown peacefully.
Sharon Stone Is Enjoying Her Quarantine
She wore a two-piece bikini with a nice patterned design and paired them with a cowrie shell necklace. The golden wristwatch and black aviators were the only accessories that only complimented her look more. Her toned body is a perfect treat for all the fans out there.
She captioned the picture saying, “Happy Mémorial Day weekend. Thank you for Your Service. Stay Safe. Sharon & Bandit”.
That post was nicely acknowledged by her fans. Many comments started flooding in for the beautiful actress who is not going to get old anytime soon.
Earlier that day she was seen posing by the pool with her bulldog and her two friends, Price Arana and Tina Manning. She also wore a heavy metal helmet which was a little bizarre, to be honest. We still don’t know where did she get those. She was trying to keep her head together as she had captioned.
At 62, Sharon looks much fit and active that’s for sure. She is enjoying her quarantine fully to beat the boredom and what could be better than a day in the pool with your friends and with your bulldog and not to mention the weird helmet.
It’s Good to See Her Happy After the Tragedy.
Though she seems to be enjoying herself, she had come upon a tragedy recently. The actress ‘adopted grandmother’, Eileen Mitzman passed away because of the coronavirus pandemic that has shaken the world. She was an AIDS activist and had met Sharon a long time ago.
She even released a video in her story to talk about the devastating news to her followers and sadly expressed that she had septic and various other illness. The pandemic had forced her to meet her grandmother for the last time as she had mentioned. She quoted some lines of Dylan Thomas while she mourned her grandma.
She Died a Warrior as You Said, Sharon; We All Are With You in These Difficult Times.