Salma Hayek celebrated her birthday with a bikini photo. She also revealed to her fans what is important to her in life.
Salma Hayek turned 57 and. On the snapshots, the actress can be seen in the sea and on the beach with a sun hat, golden aviator sunglasses and a tight red bikini. She wrote to her 26.5 million followers about the photos: “I’m so lucky to be alive and so deeply grateful for everything I’ve been blessed with!”
Hayek added, “My beloved family, my precious friends, my health, my work that keeps me going, my strong team, my relationship with animals and nature, and the love of all my loyal fans.” She closed the post by saying, “Happy 57th birthday to me!”
Fans and celebrities congratulate Salma Hayek
Salma Hayek did not reveal exactly where the holiday pictures were taken. However, the 57-year-old received numerous congratulations from some famous friends and fans, including two Oscar winners, in the comments on the post. Actress Viola Davis (58) wrote: “Happy Birthday”, and film star Anthony Hopkins (84) wished in Spanish: “Feliz Cumpleaños Salma.” He added: “We love you.”
Salma Hayek has already delighted her followers on Instagram with bikini shots in the past. She also celebrated her 56th birthday – with a video of herself on Instagram. In it, she also danced in a tight, red bikini on a yacht and beamed at the camera.
Salma Hayek has been a star in Hollywood since the 1990s
Salma Hayek rose to fame in the mid-1990s with films like ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’. Most recently she was seen in the productions “Eternals” and “House of Gucci”. She is also in the new season of the Netflix series “Black Mirror”.
She has also found happiness in her private life: Hayek has been married to the French businessman François-Henri Pinault (61) since 2009. The couple have a daughter who was born in 2007.
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