Sharon Stone, 63, shows off trim figure in skimpy swimsuit as she cuddles dog
Sharon Stone showed off her petite figure as she snapped poolside pictures cuddling with her pet dog, Joe.
The 63-year-old movie star shared the barefaced picture to her Instagram, showing all 2.5m followers the strappy black one-piece she wore to sunbathe.
With her blonde hair pulled back out of her face she looked straight at the camera, as the sun shone down on her.
The Emmy Award winner is best known for her roles in 90's flicks Basic Instinct and Casino, although more recently starred as Lenore Osgood on Netflix's Ratched.
She caption the sun-kissed picture alongside a red heart emoji "Joe is back from the vet #JoeStone".
Referring to her stunning figure, musician Michael Des Barres, commented: "Yup, all eyes on the dog! Sharon you look spectacular. Congrats on your smash hit book."
Fashion designer Vera Wang couldn't resist commenting on the snap, writing "Gorg" alongside a sun emoji.
Fans couldn't help complimenting the A-lister and her pet pooch, with one saying: "You’re both stunning".
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The actress released a book, The Beauty of Living Twice, in late March of this year, which fans couldn't help bringing up in the comments.
One went so far as to say: "Sharon. I love you, I admire you, you are one of the great actresses in history, extraordinary resilience.
"I want to have your book. I live in Mexico. How can I get it signed by you?"
The book follows her attempts to rebuild her life after the massive stroke she suffered in 2001.
She writes about the "slow road back to wholeness and health" she went through in order to recover after losing "her career, family, fortune, and global fame" in addition to her health.
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