The blonde who fooled everyone with her age.


Donna D’Errico responded to women who say she is “too old to wear a bikini.” The 54-year-old Baywatch actress has a message for women who have told her it is shameful to appear in a swimsuit at her age.

The Baywatch star posted a picture on Instagram of herself relaxing in a light pink bikini. In the caption of the photo, she wrote,

“Quite a few women complained about the 4th of July video I posted in a red, white, and blue bikini, saying I’m ‘too old to wear bikinis’ and my favorite, ‘desperate.’

Let me tell you something that might surprise you. I can wear and do whatever I want.”

Donna D’Errico responded to the women criticizing her, ending her post with, “So here I am in a bikini next to a coffee table.”

The former BattleBots host received many praises for her post in the comments section. One fan wrote, “Do whatever you want, dear!

We love you! Women always attack other women and try hard to make them feel bad. You have no reason to feel disappointed.” Another person said, “Donna, you can wear and look absolutely phenomenal in a bikini. Don’t let those jealous ones bother you even a bit.”

D’Errico is not the only woman who has responded to people saying she is too old to wear a certain type of swimsuit.

Another Baywatch actress who feels comfortable in her body is Pamela Anderson. See here how she looks in the sexiest outfits.

Other famous women who are criticized for their courage In April, 57-year-old model Paulina Porizkova shared some of the hateful comments she received on her own bikini photos posted on Instagram. The comments included, “It must hurt so much to post bikini pictures at your age.”

“I get comments like these every time I post a picture of my body. Older men are distinguished, older women are ugly. People who think beauty equals youth don’t understand beauty. Pretty is easy on the eyes, partly because it is a little bland, harmless.

It is easy to accept and easy to forget,” Porizkova wrote at that time. “Not so with beauty. Beauty can be sharp. It can hurt you and leave a scar. To perceive beauty, you have to be able to see. That’s why I believe we become more beautiful with age. We have earned beauty, we understand what it is, and we can see it much better. There is no such thing as ugly and old. Just nearsighted and ignorant.”

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