Helen Hunt, 57, flaunts phenomenal figure in black bikini in Malibu

Helen Hunt, 57, flaunts phenomenal figure in black bikini while taking a refreshing dip in Malibu

Oscar winner Helen Hunt flaunted her phenomenal 5ft7in figure in a black bikini while taking a refreshing dip in the Pacific Ocean in Malibu on Thursday.

The Mad About You producer-star easily defied her 57 years in the two-piece swimsuit, despite never dieting or going to the gym. 

Helen appeared in high spirits as she headed for a swim in the triangle bikini, which highlighted her taut abs and cleavage.

Evergreen: Oscar winner Helen Hunt flaunted her phenomenal 5ft7in figure in a black bikini while taking a refreshing dip in the Pacific Ocean in Malibu on Thursday

The actress accessorised her beachwear with a simple black necklace and showcased her youthful visage as she went make-up free for the outing. 

Helen has been seen regularly heading to Malibu beach over the past few months to pursue her bodyboarding hobby. 

Despite her incredible figure, the blonde beauty previously revealed to Healthy Living Magazine back in 2015, she never diets or goes to the gym. 

Not an inch to pinch: The Mad About You producer-star easily defied her 57 years in the two-piece swimsuit, despite never dieting or going to the gym

Beach babe: Helen appeared in high spirits as she headed for a swim in the triangle bikini, which highlighted her taut abs and cleavage 

‘I used to diet but sometime after the eighties, it made me miserable,’ she said at the time. 

‘I do like to walk, run, and I do like to surf when I can just to warm it up, and I do enjoy doing yoga when I can get there. It’s a religion for me to never diet. I think it makes you unhappy.

‘It makes for unhappy things, so I just decided I would rather not have the perfect body, not have the body I want than diet. And when I dropped the idea of dieting, my body went closer to the way that I was wanting it to be. So for me, it’s never worked.’

On Wednesday, Hunt recommended three of British author Zadie Smith’s novels – On Beauty (2005), Swing Time (2016), and White Teeth (2000) – to her fans.

The LA native – who boasts 2.2M social media followers – gushed: ‘The most nourishing thing I’ve done since March is read these three books. Incredible.’ 

‘#amplifyblackvoices’: On Wednesday, Hunt recommended three of British author Zadie Smith’s novels – On Beauty (2005), Swing Time (2016), and White Teeth (2000) – to her fans

Missing from Helen’s side was her 16-year-old daughter Makena Lei Gordon from her 16-year romance with Valley of the Boom creator Matthew Carnahan, which ended in 2017.

‘My daughter and I, committed to physical distancing, are trying to find our way,’ Hunt wrote in March about the COVID-19 crisis.

‘To all of you out there who still hang with friends who haven’t quarantined, or feel somehow it doesn’t apply to you, I can only ask you and myself to stay with it, stay in. The more we stay in the sooner this is over.

‘It’s math. If you’re okay one minute and totally lost the next…me too. All my love to all of you with a special shout outs to the single moms. We got this.’     

Babydaddy: Missing from the LA native’s side was her 16-year-old daughter Makena Lei Gordon (L) from her 16-year romance with Valley of the Boom creator Matthew Carnahan (R), which ended in 2017 (pictured October 13)

Helen wrote in March about the COVID-19 crisis: ‘My daughter and I, committed to physical distancing, are trying to find our way’ (pictured May 13)

As of Thursday, there have been over 124K confirmed coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County, which has lead to 3,690 deaths – according to Johns Hopkins University.

Career-wise, the four-time Emmy winner was supposed to portray Scarlett in Dan Pringle’s sci-fi thriller A Patriot, but White Lantern Film Ltd shut down production.

In response, Helen’s co-star Eva Green filed a lawsuit against the firm for $1M as part of her ‘pay or play’ agreement – according to MailOnline.

As for her career: Hunt was supposed to portray Scarlett in Dan Pringle’s sci-fi thriller A Patriot, but White Lantern Film Ltd shut down production

Legal war: In response, the four-time Emmy winner’s co-star Eva Green (pictured February 28) filed a lawsuit against the firm for $1M as part of her ‘pay or play’ agreement

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