Gabrielle Union is widely known being a successful actress, New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, wife, and mother.
But on April 11, the 49-year-old proved to her millions of followers that she’s still that “it” girl despite her busy schedule after sharing a seductive Instagram post. In the upload, Union, who wore a blue string bikini, poses in a stream of photos as she lounges in what appears to be her pool.
The first image showcases the “Cheaper by the Dozen” star on all fours as she looks away from the camera. The second and third photo gives fans a full view of Union’s rock-hard abs and toned physique as she channels her inner model while showing off her smize look and a million-dollar smile.
In addition to the snapshots, Union used three emojis in the caption, including two suns and a blue heart, to capture the moment. As fans viewed the actress’ post, many flooded her comment section with compliments. One individual even pointed out that Union was reminding people of who she is when posting those bikini-clad images.
“Reminding people just wtf you Are!!!”
“Yes Mrs Wade. You better work.”
“Stepping on every neck this year Fam.”
“Just how do you look like that.”
“@gabunion you set the internet on fire …cause DAMN!!!”
Among the praise, others brought up Union’s youthful appearance. One wrote, “Timeless af you do not age.” Another said, “How have you looked the same for over 20 years.” A third person stated, “Seriously, dude, you’re just casually aging backward like we’re not all over here like wtaf.”
In the past, Union credited drinking water and her ability to say no as factors that have helped her maintain her ageless beauty. In regards to her body, the “L.A.’s Finest” star shared during an interview with Women’s Health magazine in 2017 that she does a combination of strength training and Pilates to keep her toned physique..
She told the publication, “I’m not a morning person, but I have to work out early because of my schedule. The great thing about Pilates is that I can take out my annoyance from waking up early on the machines instead of human beings. It’s for the greater good. My body responds to it, and I’m also more clear.”