Elizabeth Hurley is known for taking fire bikini pictures for social media, but she has plenty of direction at home.
The 56-year-old actress has revealed she takes tips from her 19-year-old son Damian, who has encouraged his famous mother to pose in swimwear on Instagram – despite the chilly weather in England.
Speaking on PeopleTV, Liz said: ‘Well, it was challenging because I didn’t leave the country for anywhere hot.
‘I filmed abroad, but I actually filmed in really cold countries. So all I had was my yard and my house, which is England.
‘I didn’t have the beach, I didn’t have the sea, I don’t have any water. We very rarely have the sun.’
The Austin Powers star said: ‘[Damian] said, “Mom, just do it.” Okay. I’m like, “Okay.” But it’s good. I had him on task, especially during lockdown.’
Damian – the actress’s son with late film producer Steve Bing – has followed in his mum’s footsteps into the world of modelling, starring in campaigns for Pat McGrath.
The genes are strong between the mother-and-son duo, as evidenced by a recent outing when Liz and Damian both rocked flowing brunette hair and plunging necklines at Versace’s show for Milan Fashion Week.
Damian even recreated his mum’s legendary safety pin dress at the 2019 launch party for at McGrath Labs Sublime Perfection The System range at Selfridges in London, wearing a pair of black cigarette trousers and a matching blazer emblazoned with oversized gold safety pins.
Liz became an instant star when she wore the revealing Versace dress to the premiere of Four Weddings And A Funeral in 1994 with then-boyfriend Hugh Grant, with the dress considered one of the most iconic red carpet looks ever.
However, despite its significance, the actress has no clue where it is.
She said: ‘I know it’s been in places like the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and it’s been in the V&A Museum here. I think it’s been on a world tour.’
The Royals star previously admitted that the dress was a last minute choice, saying: ‘I urgently needed to find a dress to wear for Hugh’s premiere, and in those days I had no idea about fashion.
‘I remember going to an office where they literally fished a dress out of a white plastic bag.’
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