Monica Bellucci on the new cover of the German magazine Madame delighted again with her appearance. The 58-year-old beauty bravely posed in a see-through blouse, showing that she still looks quite stunning. The Italian actress who, even in her sixth decade of life, captivates with her unreal beauty is the star of the cover of the January edition of the German magazine Madame.
Bellucci shared the cover photo on her Instagram profile, and the issue in which she poses attracts attention. 58-year-old Monica was wearing a transparent netted T-shirt with gold threads, under which she was topless and exposed her breasts.
With light makeup in neutral tones, she paired silver earrings. Also, for this edition, Bellucci took several more photos in different editions - starting from an elegant burgundy suit, to posing in a beige coat with nothing underneath.
The actress spoke to Madame Magazin about her femininity and feminism, and her cover message reads:
"Feminism is when I can fully experience my femininity."
While most recognize her for her role in the movie "Malena", Monica first conquered the catwalks with her beauty at the age of 16, when she became a model for the Italian fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana.
Ever since her first appearance, her natural beauty, but also her curves, attracted attention, and recently a clip of an interview in which she talks about her body and natural appearance again became relevant on social networks.
"I am not obsessed. I’ve always been a curvy woman, never so skinny, that’s my nature. And I want to get old in a peaceful way," she shared. "When you are 50 or 60 you don’t have the same needs as when you are 20.
You change, like when your baby comes into the room, you see that the first thing is her. We come in second. This gives us another perspective”. she said. in an interview with Sunday Times Style. Commenting on her appearance, she further revealed that she eschews rigorous workouts and strict diets, preferring instead wine and pasta and the occasional pilates session. Nevertheless, he exercises "a little" and accompanies the child, but only when he has to and within reasonable limits.