Salma Hayek is continuing to thrill her legion of followers with some seriously scorching content while taking a dip in the pool and putting on an eye-popping display.From Dusk Till Dawn actress Salma Hayek turned Instagram fans green with envy as she shared an eye-popping sun-soaked snap.
The 54-year-old film star dazzled while drenching her body in the cool and crystal clear waters of the pool.
Looking red-hot she wore an elegant but classic black swimsuit that boasted tassel detailing all over and plunged incredibly deep, exposing serious amounts of cleavage.
Taking the plunge, she arched her body backwards in a bid to submerge her hair beneath the surface while protruding her ample assets towards the camera.
She certainly put on quite the eye-popping display that seemed to be a hit her adoring fanbase.
With glowing and glistening skin, it appeared as though the bombshell had been busy capturing some rays of sunshine on a well deserved break.
Although it’s unknown if the Hollywood actress had zipped off to warmer climates or had simply been enjoying her own pool at home.
Not giving too much away, Salma simply captioned: “#sundayvibes.
“Soon after the Mexican beauty’s social media feed was brimming with pleasantries, including a like from celebrity chum and Friends star Jennifer Aniston.
One fan wrote: “Incredible, true goddess.”
Another joked: “Standing by in case you need mouth to mouth resuscitation.”
A third added: “I’ve never wanted to be in a pool so bad,” followed by a sad faced emoji.
Salma found Hollywood fame after she upped sticks and took off for Los Angeles, landing starring roles in films such as Desperado, From Dusk till Dawn, Wild Wild West and Dogma.
In 2002, Salma was nominated for Best Actress for the Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award, after taking on the breakthrough role in the film Frida, as Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.
She tied the knot to French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault back in 2009 and the couple share daughter Valentina, who was born in September 2007.