Courtney Love posted new bikini photos from a trip to Italy on Instagram, and the pics put her sculpted abs and strong legs on full display.
The beach is the 58-year-old-singer's "happy place," so it makes sense that she is spending her time out in the sun.
While she doesn't share much about her workout routines, Courtney enjoys horseback riding and walking her dog to stay active.
Courtney Love is "living well" in Italy, and she's proving it with some pics of herself (and her epically toned abs and legs) sporting a little string bikini on Instagram.
"✨👙👋🌊🟦💙🙃🔹🔵🌀🌀✨🦋 living well is the best revenge," she captioned the spicy bikini series. I'm not sure who, exactly, Courtney is getting revenge on, but the star doesn't seem too torn up about whatever tiff her caption references. In fact, the 58-year-old singer looks as happy as can be, reaching for the sky with a bright smile on her face.
Her fans were ready and willing to gas Courtney up: "ur amazing… so happy to see u happy!! 🌊💗," one said. Others commented, "You look so at peace ☮️😇," and "Happiness is palpable 💜💜💜💜." True and true. One follower stated the obvious: "Rockstars on Rocks ❤️." I mean, not wrong.
Courtney associates the beach with good times. "When I’m happy, I physically feel like I’m gonna go down to the water. I’m gonna smell the ocean," she told Interview Magazine. So, it makes sense that she was spending so much time in the sun.
She also said that she "cleared a lot of wreckage out of my past and I just feel increasingly happy every single day. Good karma, great creations." She even said that "great abs of steel," also bring her great joy, but whose "abs of steel" she's referencing, the people may never know.
Here's one more since her furry friend is so stunning.
She also takes her adorable dog on lots of walks through some pretty breath-taking landscapes.
ICYMI, hot girl walks are totally in right now—which Courtney seems to be aware of—and they have some great health benefits. "Research finds that walking regularly reduces the risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease," Keri Peterson, MD, told WH.
And walking has plenty more benefits, too. It can help with weight loss and boosts your mood.
Well, that explains why Courtney is so happy. Enjoy the water, Court!
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