The Hollywood actress thrilled fans with her latest snaps as she showed off her incredibly toned pins while skateboarding up and down the street with her personal trainer. Halle Berry stunned in a new series of social media snaps as she skateboarded for fans wearing teeny bikini bottoms. The Hollywood actress thrilled fans by showing off her ageless beauty and fabulous figure. The star was snapped going barefoot for her skateboard session with her personal trainer.
The fitness fanatic, 55, flashed her incredibly toned legs as she skated up and down the street. Halle looked the epitome of cool as she donned a knotted white tee, floral bikini bottoms and heart-shaped statement sunglasses. Her brunette locks were styled in loose waves highlighting the effortless boho vibe she was going for.
Catwoman actress Halle shared a series of three snaps, picturing her wheeling her way down the street in her first image, before teaming up with her trainer Peter Lee Thomas in further pics, who followed topless on a board behind. The pair were then seen high-fiving each other as they completed their lap. The star posted the sunny snaps to her Instagram account and tagged her digital health and wellness brand, Respin, in the upload.
She wrote alongside the first pic: “Let’s get fit on this #FitnessFriday with @respin! Who’s joining us?” Alongside another, she added: “You already know what day it is! #FitnessFriday …. and @peterleethomas and I are back with another Fitness Friday classic. Head over to @respin to check out this week’s workout and let us know how many reps you get in today!!
“Always work to be the best version of yourself while landing on two feet..or four wheels #respinyourfit.” Alongside the image showing hunky Peter giving her a high five, she penned: “It’s important to encourage yourself and others throughout your fitness journey.” Her Instagram followers loved her sassy shots, with one user writing: “BABE.” Another wrote: “Sk8ting into the weekend like!” A third added: “At first glance, I thought this was a Roxy ad and that was a teenager or twenty-something on that skateboard.”