Demi Moore, 58, shared new images to Instagram on Wednesday as she modelled a black bikini from Andie Swim – a company she has invested in. The Ghost actress looked sensational as she enjoyed an exotic sun-drenched holiday in Greece with her three daughters.
The ex-wife of Bruce Willis was seen in a hotel room while taking a selfie as she noted: “Getting ready for another day in paradise.”
Demi posed with oversized glasses and her hair down. Behind her was an unmade bed.
In response to the sizzling shots, her fans rushed to pay her compliments.
One said: “How can you be so beautiful?”
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On Saturday, she looked heavenly wearing a flowing white dress and flower crown as she attended her goddaughter’s baptism on the Greek island of Crete.
Before that, she modelled swimsuits with her mini-me kids Rumer, 32, Scout, 29, and Tallulah, 27, whom she had with Willis, the actor to whom she was married from 1987 to 2000.
Demi and her girls are featured in a new campaign for beachwear brand Andie Swim, modelling a variety of swimsuits and bikinis after investing in the brand back in 2018.
Andie Swim was founded by Melanie Travis in 2017 as a direct-to-consumer swimwear company that allows consumers to order, try on and send back as many swimsuits as they’d like.
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Speaking about her decision to invest in the swimwear giant, Demi told Women’s Wear Daily: “I was drawn to Andie’s approach, which puts women at the forefront.
“Shopping for a swimsuit can be stressful and time-consuming for so many women, but Andie makes finding the perfect swimsuit an incredibly simple, easy and comfortable experience.”
Melanie revealed that she got Demi on board with the investment after emailing her out of the blue and asking her to consider providing funding.
The CEO explained: “I think it’s rare that that works, but it worked for me. I knew she was getting more into investing, and that she was a champion for female-founded brands, particularly in the fashion space.
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