Elizabeth Hurley, 56, showcases her enviable figure in a blue swimsuit

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She’s no stranger to showcasing her incredible physique.

And Elizabeth Hurley, 56, stayed true to form on Wednesday night as she shared a looped video of herself in a swimsuit with her 2.1million fans from a previous holiday in the Maldives.

The actress and model flashed her cleavage in a royal blue swimsuit in the post uploaded to her Instagram account.

Sizzling: Elizabeth Hurley, 56, playfully showcased her enviable figure in a blue swimsuit in a new post uploaded to her Instagram on Wednesday from a previous holiday in the Maldives

Sizzling: Elizabeth Hurley, 56, playfully showcased her enviable figure in a blue swimsuit in a new post uploaded to her Instagram on Wednesday from a previous holiday in the Maldives

Sizzling: Elizabeth Hurley, 56, playfully showcased her enviable figure in a blue swimsuit in a new post uploaded to her Instagram on Wednesday from a previous holiday in the Maldives 

With her back against a white wood panel wall, Elizabeth looked stunning as she gently swayed her head from side to side in the video.

Spending her time by the sea, she also had on a pair of sunglasses on her face, though she had no other visible accessories on. 

Flashing a smile, Elizabeth seemed to be having a great time as she posed by the water. 

Her Maldives throwback comes after she was seen filming scenes for City Girls in the English countryside for the first time, wearing a conservative, long blue summer dress.

She was joined by co-stars Stephen Moyer and Elizabeth Boag for the outdoor scenes, snapped walking into a rustic bakery near York on Thursday.

Posing: The actress and model flashed her cleavage in a royal blue swimsuit as she swayed her head side to side while leaning against a white wood panelled wall

Posing: The actress and model flashed her cleavage in a royal blue swimsuit as she swayed her head side to side while leaning against a white wood panelled wall

Posing: The actress and model flashed her cleavage in a royal blue swimsuit as she swayed her head side to side while leaning against a white wood panelled wall

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Her latest Instagram post also comes after she put on a busty display in a yellow Versace dress. 

The model kept it summery, with the yellow outfit encompassing an array of sea creatures in multiple colours.

Her makeup complemented the outfit, defining her cheekbones and accentuating her green eyes. 

The Hampshire born star kept accessories to a minimum but coiffed her hair to one side, letting her brown locks fall loose.

‘A @versace moment’ she wrote alongside the snap, followed by a heart.

Gorgeous: Elizabeth showed off her enviable figure on Instagram last week in a yellow Versace dress

Gorgeous: Elizabeth showed off her enviable figure on Instagram last week in a yellow Versace dress

Gorgeous: Elizabeth showed off her enviable figure on Instagram last week in a yellow Versace dress

Her son Damian, 19, showed support for his mother, simply commenting a flame and heart emoji. 

Elizabeth’s sultry snaps come as she’s reportedly being supported by pals amid her fury over Damian being cut from dad Steve’s family fortune. 

American businessman Steve died by suicide last June aged 55.

According to , Elizabeth’s famous pals have rallied around her, with her ex and Damian’s godfather Hugh Grant, showing support, while Naomi Campbell and Tamara Mellon have sent kind messages to the pair. 

A source told the publication: ‘It is devastating what has happened to Damian but he and Liz have a lot of support.’ 

Elizabeth’s turmoil comes a year on from Steve’s tragic suicide, with the star gently trying to guide her only son through the conflicting emotions of losing the father he was just beginning to get to know. 

Damian and Steve’s relationship had almost been non-existent for most of the teen’s life, but in the weeks before his death, the multi-millionaire businessman had made tentative steps towards establishing a father-son bond, calling him for the first time on his 18th birthday. 

Steve died thinking that his two children — Damian and older half-sister Kira — would be financially secure.

He had recently won a court battle, overturning his own father’s attempt to exclude them both from family trust funds believed to be worth up to a billion dollars (£725 million).

Yet Damian won’t receive a penny, after his grandfather succeeded in appealing the decision.

Instead, the fortune will be split between the two children of Steve’s sister Mary, who crucially, unlike their cousins, were born in wedlock. 

Former flame: Liz said that when Steve Bing died he believed his two children were going to be looked after (pictured together in a throwback snap from the Noughties)

Former flame: Liz said that when Steve Bing died he believed his two children were going to be looked after (pictured together in a throwback snap from the Noughties)

Former flame: Liz said that when Steve Bing died he believed his two children were going to be looked after (pictured together in a throwback snap from the Noughties)

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