Kate Beckinsale, 47, Looks Incredible In Strapless Bikini While Sauntering Down Stairs In Pre-COVID Vid

Kate Beckinsale was dreaming of sunnier days when she posted a throwback video from her December 2019 Cabo vacation. The actress simply stunned in a strapless bikini!

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Kate Beckinsale‘s remembering the good times while stuck at home during the pandemic. The Underworld star, 47, posted a throwback video on Instagram from her December 2019 vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, showing her looking carefree and effortlessly gorgeous exactly one year ago. In the video, Kate waltzes down a staircase at what appears to be a hotel while wearing a strapless bikini.

The two-piece, which features full bottoms and a ruched top, shows off the movie star’s incredibly toned figure and flat stomach. She accessorized with a gauzy coverup robe, sky-high platform heels, and oversized cate-eyed sunglasses. With her hair up in a high ballerina bun, it’s a very Audrey Hepburn look. She balanced the ultra glamorous video with a hilarious caption, as she’s known for doing.

“This is a good example of what my mother would call ‘walking as if one has bogged ones breeks,'” Kate joked. Translation from Scottish slang: walking around as if they pooped their pants. “And also of a short gay man silently falling into a cactus off camera. And also of exactly this time last year pre-Covid . Buggering hell. Hang tough everyone.” Her fans loved the look and sent her love in the comments. “Kate beckinslay you’re a badass,” one commenter wrote.

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Kate Beckinsale sizzles in a strapless bikini while on vacation in Mexico, 12/1/19 (BACKGRID)

Kate was pictured by paparazzi on the same vacation, wearing the same strapless bathing suit. The Pearl Harbor star had shed her coverup and taken her ballerina bun to reveal gorgeous, wavy hair cascading past her shoulders. It’s really not an exaggeration to say that this poolside look from last year was absolute perfection!

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