A 63-year-old fit gran has shared an incredible photo of herself when she was just 23 years of age. Lesley Maxwell, from Melbourne, Australia, boasts over 27,000 followers on Instagram where she posts pictures and videos of her ripped physique. Now to prove that age is just a number, the bodybuilder revealed a bikini photoshoot she did 40 years ago – and she hasn’t changed one bit. In the black and white photo, Lesley can be seen flaunting her toned body in a sizzling bikini and one-piece swimsuit while smiling to the camera. And in comparison, Lesley now looks fitter than ever with her body even more ripped from years of training. Lesley at just 23 years of
A stunning model delighted fans on social media when she posed in a gorgeous bikini. Tammy Hembrow, 26, showed off her toned and tanned physique which went down well with her 11.2 million followers on Instagram. She recently shared an update on her life in lockdown where she’s currently cooped up at her home in Gold Coast, Australia. Posting just last week, the bikini model, captioned the post: “Unbothered, moisturised, minding my business.” In recent posts, Tammy has been keeping up with her fitness regime, exercising regularly and eating well. And she’s proved that’s the case in the bikini snap. She flaunted her sun-kissed glow and toned physique in a garment from Australian handmade swim brand Vincija Swim.
More content continues to roar out of Netflix's Tiger King. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin, the filmmakers behind the hit docuseries, are working on a follow-up episode that will shed light on the 2003 tiger mauling incident that ended Siegfried & Roy's long-running show.Netflix itself has not confirmed the follow-up. Instead it was Dr. James Liu, a wildlife vet and field biologist who is the associate director of Goode's Turtle Conservancy and a member of Tiger King's production team. THR reports that on May 7, Liu requested contact information for Chris Lawrence, Siegfried & Roy's former tiger handler for the Las Vegas show. The outlet had published a March 2019 profile on Lawrence that
In recent months, countries across the globe have been enforcing strict rules during the coronavirus pandemic. Parts of the world announced a lockdown which was one of the biggest rules in place to help save lives and stop the spread. One woman has admitted to breaking that big law – but not for a reason that would be deemed essential or acceptable. In fact, since she’s gone home to Australia, she’s been ignoring all the rules in order to rekindle her romance with a past flame. The female, who wished to remain anonymous, claims to be having the “most X-rated” sex of her life when she shared her confession with mamamia.com.au. She explained that it all
The best relationships are easy. That’s been my advice to close friends who have come to me in the midst of fights with their significant others. It always infuriates them. Yes, relationships take time and energy and selflessness, etc. but at the end of the day, I always insist, there should be ease.Now, on the eight-week anniversary of quarantining away from my husband Michael—a content, laid-back man I’ve been with for more than 10 years— I am ready to admit that I was wrong. The best relationships are not easy. They were, maybe, before *gestures* all this. But we've been forced to self-isolate separately for actual fear of life and death and it has been really fucking hard.