Paulina Porizkova is proud to be (almost) 58.
The supermodel, who turns 58 on April 9, took to Instagram to mark her upcoming birthday with a “spicy” photo of herself. In the photo, Porizkova posedin front of a fireplace, wearing a matching black underwear and bra set, black leather boots and a red cardigan that she knit herself.
“Almost 58? Grandma, knitting, fireplace? Check, check, check, check!” she penned as the caption for her 1 million followers. “I’m the proud step-grandma of five, I’ve knitted the sweater I’m wearing, and yes, I’m standing by a fireplace. So this is what almost 58 looks like for me today.”
In the comments, fans praised Porizkova for being a “timeless beauty” and in such great shape.
“This is so spicy and scandalous — I love it. Happy birthday! You’re a timeless beauty. I can only hope my abs still look like this when I’m almost 60,” an Instagram user commented.
Another added: “Wow Paulina! I don’t know if I’m more impressed by your incredible abs or the fact you knitted that sweater!”
“Yes! I love everything about this! Redefining every single thing about being 58, a grandmother, a knitter and a woman!” someone else chimed in.
“The new look and definition of 58!” one person wrote alongside a clapping emoji.
“You look absolutely fantastic!” commented another fan.
In January, Porizkova shared an honest message about the physical changes her body has been experiencing with age, but in spite of that, she “couldn’t appreciate my body more.”
She paired the note with a video of herself in a burgundy and white bikini, walking out of the ocean.
“I was trying to walk out of the water all swinging hips and sexy, but was undercut by the currents, waves and dips in the sand. Oh, and my hip arthritis,” she wrote. “I will be turning 58 soon, and couldn’t appreciate my body more… It takes a lot of work, especially with the janky hips.”
“Staying in shape takes much more time and effort, but it allows me to fully inhabit this shell I was given at birth, something I took for granted most of my life,” Porizkova penned, adding:
“But not anymore. Now it’s a deliberate decision to allow it to work as best as it can, being grateful for its ability to move me through the world to keep harvesting the beauty of it all. Pain included.”