Chelsea Handler, 46, shows off her incredible figure in a cannabis leaf print bikini while posing in the SNOW on a trip to Canada – days after her skiing accident
She sustained serious injuries after bumping into a tree while skiing late last month.
But Chelsea Handler went out of her way to prove she’s still a snow bunny when she posed in a bikini on Thursday during her girls’ trip to Canada.
The 46-year-old comedian showed off her incredible figure in a two-piece cannabis lead print while cozying up with her pals for images shared on her Instagram account.
Unstoppable: Chelsea Handler proved she’s still a snow bunny when she posed in the snow in a bikini during her girls’ trip to Canada on Thursday after her ski accident
She was in good company as she wasn’t alone on her last show of exhibitionism as she was joined by friends including Angela Shoniker.
The trio of women proudly posed with their arms around each other wearing only two-piece swimwear and snow boots.
Chelsea also shared another provocative photo of her derriere taking off her sweatpants.
Last week, the star revealed she crashed into a tree from the snowy mountainside and sustained an injury.
Looking good: the 46-year-old comedian showed off her incredible figure in a two-piece cannabis lead print while cozying up with her pals for images shared on her Instagram account
Wow factor: The presenter also shared a provocative photo as she took off her sweatpants
Handler revealed that she ruptured her meniscus and fractured two toes in the fall.
‘But now I can ski down almost anything,’ she boasted with a smile at the end of the clip she shared via her Instagram Stories.
Before sharing the news of her injury, she had shared a video of herself skiing and bragging about how she managed to do quite well on the slopes thanks to an intense workout routine.
She has worked with a personal ski instructor on an extended stay in British Columbia, Canada, with a few galpals.
Injured: Last week, the TV star revealed she crashed into a tree from the mountainside and sustained an injury
Hurt: Chelsea, who was cuddled up to her very fluffy pup, also described how her arm broke the tree she crashed into while on the slopes in British Columbia, Canada.
Upside Down: ‘But now I can ski almost anything down’, she boasted with a smile at the end of the clip
Oops: Before her confession, she had posted a video of herself on the slopes, including a clip of her falling into a tree
Tumble: Chelsea’s host Lately was seen in deep snow looking a little dazed. It seemed to take her a while to realize what had happened
Last week, she showed her prowess in front of the camera when she managed to ski straight into a tree.
“Whoopsie doodle,” she wrote on a video of her rescue courtesy of one of her ski buddies.
Last month, Chelsea Lately’s host had skied topless down a snowy mountainside on her 46th birthday.
Off-piste: Last Thursday, Handler posted a funny video clip revealing she crashed straight into a tree and needed to be rescued
Saved: She joked about her accident and wrote ‘Whoopsie doodle’ on the clip where she got some help climbing a snowy slope again
No harm done: Handler smiled all the way after last week’s setback
On February 25, Chandler had undressed and skied past Whistler outside of Vancouver while celebrating her special day.
She was wearing only blue bikini bottoms and her skis, with a pair of tiny American flag stickers that served as pasties.
She has added a safety helmet and goggles and an American flag and a Canadian flag with her, as well as a drink in a glass.
“It’s important to stay hydrated as well as relaxed, and it’s also important to celebrate your body regardless of age or height,” Handler wrote in her caption.
Bold move: On February 25, Handler had stripped naked and skied topless to Whistler outside of Vancouver when she celebrated her birthday
Cheers! She sipped a drink on her trek down the mountain wearing only blue bikini bottoms, a hard hat and goggles, and little American flag stickers for pasties
‘Best of times’: Handler spent time with three girlfriends and teamed up with a personal ski instructor on an extended stay north of the border in Canada