Halle Berry has sent her followers into a spin sharing a video clip which featured the 54-year-old star in an intricate, black, bondage-style bikini.
The X Men star sizzled as she emerged from the ocean in the short video, which had fans flooding her page with comments about her ageless appearance and incredible figure.
“It’s been a true honor to share @respin with you,” she captioned the clip.
“May we all continue to grow, and @respin what we thought we knew. Together.”
In the rest of the video, which was to promote her wellness brand Respin, the Oscar-winner showed off more of her figure in a backless black swimsuit, and a gold bikini as she lay in the sand.
She also shared snippets of her gruelling workouts and yoga routine, flashing her toned abs throughout.
“Keep crushing sister you look phenomenal,” one person commented on the video, that has been viewed more than 70K times in less than a day.
“Looking amazing,” another said.
“Wowww! Motivation,” was another response, while a fourth simply dubbed Halle the “Hottest Woman Alive!”
Halle first started her new venture, Respin, in 2018, off the back of her fan-based platform Hallewood. Then in April this year it launched as a digital content and commerce platform.
On its website, the brand describes itself as “an accessible and resourceful destination for conversation, connection and discovery.”
How Halle keeps in shape
Halle's personal trainer Peter Lee Thomas spoke to Prevention previously about how the star keeps in shape.
Peter revealed that the actress works harder than anyone he knows in the gym, "I’ve never met someone who’s as dedicated as Halle."
He revealed that her workout routine is varied and includes marital arts, boxing, strength and conditioning, and yoga.
Halle also trains to perform her own stunt work with Peter saying that he bases his training for Halle on the way professional fighters train.
"Our routine is 70% boxing, martial arts, and strength and conditioning, while the rest is sports performance training with kettle bells, sand bags, and weights," he said.