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Paulina Porizkova Shows Off Her Bikini Body at 54

Model and actress Paulina Porizkova is looking as hot as ever in her 50s.

Porizkova took to Instagram to show off her sexy figure while rocking a black bikini during a recent vacation in Costa Rica. She captioned the pic, “And at the end of the dusty road is this - a beautiful waterfall. And you cool down and wash the dust off. And then get back on the ATV for some more adventures and dirt. Photo Teadora Roma.”

Paulina also posted another photo of herself lounging in a bikini while acknowledging the coronavirus pandemic. Along with a side-by-side photo of herself in front of a computer, she wrote, “Hello reality. Can’t keep posting vacation when the present is is so pressing. When I was little and lived in a communist country, it was a common occurrence to have shortages. Not necessarily because there were actual shortage, but because Mrs Prdelkova told everyone she knew that she 'heard' there was going to be a shortage of potatoes.”

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Only a few days ago... Hello reality. Can’t keep posting vacation when the present is is so pressing. When I was little and lived in a communist country, it was a common occurrence to have shortages. Not necessarily because there were actual shortage, but because Mrs Prdelkova told everyone she knew that she “heard” there was going to be a shortage of potatoes. And within a few days, there would indeed be a shortage of potatoes in all our local stores. When a collection of people panic and all rational thought is lost, we lose our sense of being human. We stampede all over one another in order to survive. This frightens me more than any epidemic. But to be clear, I also believe that staying at home - and out of public places when possible - is necessary, so at the very least we can all get sick at different times and not to overwhelm the medical systems. #refusingtopanic #bekind #wereallinittogether

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“And within a few days, there would indeed be a shortage of potatoes in all our local stores. When a collection of people panic and all rational thought is lost, we lose our sense of being human,” Porizkova added. “We stampede all over one another in order to survive. This frightens me more than any epidemic. But to be clear, I also believe that staying at home - and out of public places when possible - is necessary, so at the very least we can all get sick at different times and not to overwhelm the medical systems.”

During her Costa Rica vacation, Paulina also went topless in another photo. She shared, “In the midst of this sad weather and horrible news, allow me to go back in time - only a few days ago... Putting on some pretty pink lingerie to wear under my pretty pink gap dress.”

See more of Porikova’s vacation shots below!

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Imagine, after going through an emotional hell - to land here. Being surrounded by saltwater the temperature of your mother womb, the sounds of monkeys chattering in trees, the scent of damp green leaves and night blooming jasmine, sipping a Negroni while the sun sets over the ocean on the horizon. Grateful doesn’t even begin to describe it. Thank you with all my heart @straphanger1 😊😊( If you wonder how a newly impoverished widow can afford this amazingness, let me just say I have the worlds most wonderful FRIENDS.) ❤️❤️❤️❤️. I hope you can handle a few weeks of totally shameless vacationing from me, because how could I not just photograph this? Photo Teadora Roma #costarica🇨🇷 #costarica #villaneruda #hermosahills #sofuckinggrateful #betweenjloandbettywhite #puravida #santateresa #santateresacostarica #shamelessvacationing

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Paulina is embracing her age. Ahead of her birthday in April, she posted a makeup-free selfie. In January, she explained, “So, this is what I really look like. Not a great photo, early in the morning, no make up no filters, just the real true me. I’ll be turning 55 soon. At first glance, I think - ew. I look so old. Grief is certainly no beauty maker. My eyelids are starting to droop. The jowly bits next to my mouth don’t only make me look older but also somehow bitter. The gray in my hair is an easy fix, although, honestly, I’d love to just grow it out and stop coloring. Now, how can I help to make all this -what we consider flaws - to be seen differently, to be seen as confidence and beauty of a mature age rather than something that needs to be eliminated?”

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Today narcissism is king and constant self-improvement is queen. Who wants to see “real” people on social media? No, we want aspirational. We want tips and secrets and shortcuts to how best present ourselves in the most glowing light. We want people to envy us, to copy us, to buy what we sell them, whether it’s our words, our brands, torture or magic. In this crowded forrest of aspirations, I look for the little meadows of peace. To me, those are the truthful ones, the ones that don’t always look amazing, and don’t always feel amazing, and aren’t just so fucking thrilled to be their awesome selves. So, this is what I really look like. Not a great photo, early in the morning, no make up no filters, just the real true me. I’ll be turning 55 soon. At first glance, I think - ew. I look so old. Grief is certainly no beauty maker. My eyelids are starting to droop. The jowly bits next to my mouth don’t only make me look older but also somehow bitter. The gray in my hair is an easy fix, although, honestly, I’d love to just grow it out and stop coloring. Now, how can I help to make all this -what we consider flaws - to be seen differently, to be seen as confidence and beauty of a mature age rather than something that needs to be eliminated? I used to think gray hair was aging, that it was a sign of giving in to being old, but thanks to many glorious and rocking hot women on Instagram, I’ve changed my vision to gray hair being sexy and confident. @themiddleagedgoddess @annikavonholdt There was a quote by @pink to her little daughter, about how it was not for them to fix themselves to fit the standards of beauty, but rather to help other people discover their beauty. Now, that is something to strive for. Not change yourself to fit in the box, but to blow up the fucking box. I’d like to end this post with a rousing “ let’s blow up the fucking box, ladies”, but although I really want to, and will try my best, the truth is that I am a mid-fifties woman, I’m vain and insecure, and next week I could decide to have surgical help to fit the comfortable and warm and familiar box instead of crusading to blow it up. #selfie #truth #beauty #sexyhasnoagelimit#blowupthefuckingbox

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In a recent interview with “CBS Sunday Morning,” Paulina discussed her thoughts on the aging process. She said, “I used to go, 'Oh, you know, I can't believe anybody's injecting themselves and changing the way they look.' And now I think, 'No, you know, it's really freaking hard to be a woman. And it's really freaking hard to be a woman over 50. Because we really get dismissed from the table.'"

In the same interview, Paulina also opened up on her grief after being cut out of her husband Ric Ocasek’s will. She admitted, “It made the grieving process really, really tricky. I would love to be able to be sad and miss him and not also feel this incredible hurt and betrayal.”

In his most up-to-date will, Ocasek stipulated, "Even if I should die before our divorce is final... Paulina is not entitled to any elective share... because she has abandoned me."

He had signed the will 18 days prior to his passing, which happened at their NYC townhouse while he was on the mend from surgery.

The couple had been married for 30 years and had two sons together. Shortly after Ocasek died, his widow wrote on Instagram, "We still lived together and still filled the family car. Everyone who knew Ric knew that he could be aloof. And not particularly social. But when he decided to turn his focus on you, it was as if the sun came out. His smile and his gaze warmed you and made you feel like the most special person in the world... His death is the end of my world as I knew it."

Now, she intends to contest Ocasek's will in order to receive a portion of the estate's reported $5 million in assets.

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