She turned 45 in February, but Isla Fisher has the body of a woman half her age.
The Confessions of a Shopaholic star showed off her sensational figure on Sunday as she enjoyed a trip along the Australian coast.
She went to the beach in a floral swimsuit with her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen.
Looks good! Isla Fisher showed off her sensational figure in a floral swimsuit while on holiday in Australia with husband, Sacha Baron Cohen, on Sunday
The mother of three showed off her youthful physique in the low-cut one-piece piece.
She barely had a wrinkle on her face when she took a refreshing dip in the ocean without makeup.
Meanwhile, Sacha was relatively adventurous as he stabilized on a surfboard and tried to catch a few waves.
Toned: The Confessions of a Shopaholic star, 45, hit the beach in a low-cut floral swimsuit
The British comedian, 49, proved he was no slouch at the gym by showing off his surprisingly well-built upper body.
Known for his characters Borat, Ali G and Brüno, Sacha also showed off his muscular triceps and legs while wrestling with the board.
According to Emerald city On Sunday, the Hollywood couple recently celebrated the long Easter weekend in one of the homes of billionaire Justin Hemmes.
Youthful: She barely had a wrinkle on her face when she took a refreshing dip in the ocean
Age Defies: The mom of three showed off her youthful physique in the stylish swimsuit
Refreshing: Isla brushed back her red hair as she sauntered out of the ocean
Justin, the owner of several high profile restaurants in Sydney, owns a number of properties on the New South Wales coast.
Isla and Sacha are known to frequent their upscale Merivale nightspots in the city.
The couple, who previously lived in LA, moved to Australia with their three children last year.
Getaway: According to Emerald City’s gossip section on Sunday, Isla and her husband recently celebrated the long Easter weekend at one of billionaire Justin Hemmes’ homes
Mini Vacation: Justin, the owner of several high-profile restaurants in Sydney, owns a number of properties on the New South Wales coast
Friends in High Places: Isla and Sacha are known for visiting Justin’s upscale Merivale nightspots in town
Growing up in Perth, WA, Isla discussed her move across the Pacific in an extensive interview with Stellar magazine last month.
‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cozy when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up, ‘she told the publication.
‘I am happiest when I am home. I miss it when I’m not there. I don’t feel any pressure when I’m in Australia. I don’t have to say or do or be anything. I mean, I don’t even have to wear shoes. ‘
Try: Meanwhile, Sacha was relatively adventurous as he settled on a surfboard and tried to catch a few waves
Surprise! The British comedian, 49, proved he was no slouch at the gym by showing off his surprisingly well-built upper body
Fit: Sacha, known for his characters Borat and Ali G, showed off his tight triceps and legs
What a ride: Sacha looked quite pleased with herself as he caught a wave back to shore
Isla and Sacha first met at a party in Sydney in 2002. They were married eight years later in Paris after converting to the Jewish faith.
The couple initially moved to Down Under to escape ‘Trump’s America’ in late 2020, but have since decided to make it a permanent move.
Isla’s began her career on Australian TV when she played Shannon Reed on the soap opera Home and Away from 1994 to 1997.
Moving to Australia: Isla, who grew up in Perth, WA, discussed her move across the Pacific in an extensive interview with Stellar magazine last month
She moved to the US in 2002 and got her big break in the 2005 comedy Wedding Crashers, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.
She has since appeared in such films as Confessions of a Shopaholic, The Great Gatsby, Now You See Me and Nocturnal Animals.
Isla and Sacha worked in America for a number of years before moving to her home country a few months ago.
Homecoming: Isla and Sacha moved from LA to Australia last year. They initially wanted to escape from ‘Trump’s America’ but have since decided to make it a permanent move