Sharon Stone 'astounded and grateful' she's still modelling at 62

Sharon Stone has shared a stunning new photo, explaining how she’s ‘grateful’ to still be modelling at 62.

The star shared an Instagram photo of herself rocking a bodysuit and shirt, with co-ordinating yellow heels, striking a pose for the camera like the pro she is.

‘My friend and brilliant stylist @paris_libby sent me this today,’ she wrote.

‘I am not only astounded but grateful that I am still modeling at 62, La Dolce Vita, Thx to everyone who hired me this year. Ss.’

Sharon’s friends and fans have been quick to support her, with Sharon Osbourne and Naomi Campbell simply sharing fire emojis in the comments.

Elizabeth Hurley added: ‘Legs looking fabulous 😘,’ while Janelle Monae summed up everyone’s feelings with a heart-eyes emoji.

Sharon, whose modelling and acting career has spanned decades, recently admitted that one of her most famous shoots – a naked cover shot for Playboy – was a strategy to win her a role in Basic Instinct.

The 62-year-old rose to fame in the erotic thriller starring as a novelist who seduces a detective played by Michael Douglas.

Speaking to Drew Barrymore on her talk show, Sharon explained: ‘I’m more of a logic person and a strategy person. 

‘Even when I wanted Basic Instinct, I decided I was gonna do a Playboy article specifically because I wanted to get this film Basic Instinct.’ 

She recalled the fame she earned after her performance in the 1992 thriller and added: ‘I didn’t realise what would happen when I did the film.

‘I did think it was the right part for me and I knew what I had to do to get it. I didn’t have enough perspective to realise what was going to happen.’ 

Clearly her strategy paid off!

Most recently, Sharon and Sarah Paulson led the all-star cast of Ryan Murphy’s Ratched, with the actresses opening up to about their ‘powerful and unapologetic’ portrayals.

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