The actress, was seen lying in a hammock in her birthday suit, her arms stretched out over her head, putting on a jaw-droppingly seductive show for her 4.3 million Instagram followers.
In the black and white shot, the brunette beauty flaunted her hourglass curves and generous bosom, artfully superimposing black stars over her nipples to safeguard her modesty.
Monica’s tiny waist and shapely pins garnered a lot of attention, but her naked breasts stole the show.
Her chocolate tresses were left free, and she went for light smoky eyes to go with a natural make-up look for the stripped-back shot.
The Hollywood pin-up offered her Instagram followers a cheeky peek of her peachy bottom by turning her body and arching her back.
Monica posted the sexy photo to commemorate Elle Italia’s anniversary after appearing on the cover.
Monica Bellucci, an actress and model, will become the “oldest Bond girl” ever in October, despite the fact that she is just 51 years old. According to The Guardian, the monster babe rejects the label of “Bond Girl” since she embraces her age:
Bellucci remarked on this in a new interview, stating, “I can’t say I’m a Bond girl because I’m too mature to be a Bond girl. I say Bond lady; Bond woman. But I’m proud to be a Bond lady, because actually, Bond is the most amazing man. You know why? Because he doesn’t exist.”
Former Bond women, notably Naomie Harris of Skyfall, have accepted the label as a harmless remnant of the franchise. Its appropriateness has been questioned in recent Bond films: In Skyfall, for example, Harris held her own as Bond’s sharpshooting spy Eve Moneypenny, but the film was still beholden to the classic Bond trope of a tragic girl whose suffering is irresistibly sexy—in this case, a former sex worker who, after submitting to sneak-attack shower sex with Bond, ends up beaten and executed.
Bond has received a lot of flak recently, with his sexist attitudes and “lonely misogyny” (Daniel Craig’s words, not mine) prompting the spy to be given a “outspoken gay friend” in the most recent Bond novel.
She went on to declare that she is pleased to be a Bond lady, saying, “I’m proud to be a Bond lady, because actually, Bond is the most amazing man.”
The actress gushed over director Sam Mendes’ decision to cast her.
“Men have the power in everything: journalism, acting, direction; in banks, finances, schools. All the laws are made by men.”
“The world is a man’s world,” Bellucci told The Guardian. “…Men think that women, when they’re not able to procreate any more, become old. That is not true—they are still amazing!” They can still be girls in a woman’s environment.
“That’s why I think that Sam Mendes in choosing me, an adult woman, created a big revolution,” she added.
Feminists have long insisted that female-identified adults be called women, not girls, as a method of asserting their complete, independent personhood. Women have reinvented the space, with Lena Dunham giving “girls” a trendy gloss and Beyoncé crediting them with global dominance, a quarter-century after riot grrrls grabbed the term in the way of a territorial grizzly bear. The term has lost part of its infantilizing bite, depending on who is using it.
The Italian actress, who is well-known for her attractiveness, is unconcerned about her age since she feels she still has a lot to give.
“Beauty is like a mask, and people think that when you’re beautiful, some things can be easier. But even though the problems are still the same, there’s a moment in your life where the beauty of youth goes away… When you have to deal, because time goes by. All I can say is that I’m ready for it.”