Molly Sims wows in cleavage-baring patterned dress as she prepares to celebrate Thanksgiving in Cabo San Lucas with her family
She is celebrating Thanksgiving in Cabo San Lucas with her family.
And Molly Sims shared a plethora of snaps capturing her pre-holiday look on Wednesday.
The actress, 49, worked a beachy patterned red dress with a low-cut necklace that offered a peak at her cleavage.
Looking like a dish! Molly Sims shared a plethora of snaps capturing her pre-Thanksgiving look on Wednesday
The dress cinched into her upper left thigh, allowing for plenty of leg to be seen.
She posed barefoot with her hair pulled up into a sleek high ponytail and a pair of aviator shades concealing her eyes.
The model carried a summery wicker tote and stylish brown cap in hand.
She displayed her stunning complexion in several close-up shots, including one of her gazing towards the ocean.
Strike a pose! The model worked her best angles for the camera
The beauty appeared to have just a touch of makeup on and plenty of accessories to jazz up the look.
‘beached,’ she captioned the shot, in addition to a palm tree emoji.
Molly appears to be in much better spirits after undergoing back surgery to get her L5SI disc replaced last month.
Hello gorgeous! She displayed her stunning complexion in several close-up shots, including one of her gazing towards the ocean
She chronicled her surgery on her Instagram Stories at the time, telling fans: ‘As you know, I’ve been hinting I’ve been having back problems so we decided to do a L5SI disc replacement.’
‘Going into my surgery. Wish me luck,’ Sims added with prayer hands emojis, while wearing a brown top with two thin gold necklaces.
She later sent a snap of her in a surgical gown and hairnet, captioned, ‘Very nervous!’
Molly appears to be in much better spirits after undergoing back surgery to et her L5SI disc replaced last month
‘I’ll have more information on my L5SI disc replacement once this is over,’ she added, with a single grey heart emoji.
Sims also shared a selfie of her and husband of 11 years, movie producer and Netflix executive Scott Stuber, adding, ‘Don’t know what I would do without you. My rock.’
She also shared snaps with her LA Spine Institute surgeons Dr. Bae and Dr. Rady Rahban.
Several hours later, she shared a post-op video, where the actress was still clearly in a lot of pain.
Get well soon! She chronicled her surgery on her Instagram Stories at the time, telling fans: ‘As you know, I’ve been hinting I’ve been having back problems so we decided to do a L5SI disc replacement’
‘Done. I like to think I have a high pain tolerance… but this pain is on another level,’ Sims said in the caption.
She added in the video, ‘This is so much harder than I thought it was gonna be. Uh. But I’m alive.’
The actress also shared a hospital bed snap to her Instagram, where she gave fans a more in-depth update.
‘It has been a very long year. A year that has both built me, and at times broken me. I have struggled with major back pain both quietly, sometimes silently, and at times undeniably loudly to my friends and family,’ she began.
‘I’m back baby’: The actress also shared a hospital bed snap to her Instagram, where she gave fans a more in-depth update
‘Life always has a way of teaching us in the hard moments… but man this is a lesson I avoided learning for a long time. After a year and half of pressing forward and struggling through, I came to the understanding that sometimes it’s not about the stamina you need to keep going, but the willingness to stop, rest, and get the help we need,’ she added.
‘Some of you may have noticed that I took a major pause on my workout routines and now you know why. It has been a trying time for both my body and mental health but I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel! Through tears, sacrifice, and maybe a little (a lot) of stubbornness. I’m SOOO grateful to Dr. Bae at @laspine and @drradyrahban for taking my L5S1 disc and making her pretty (aka functional) again,’ she continued.
She also tagged Brooke Mitchell, adding, ‘I could not have been on this journey without you. @mavenpt you saved me with your hands, heart and guide of perseverance… never underestimate physical therapy! And now with my new accessory of a back…I’m back baby and ready to continue to strengthen, grow, learn, and make the most of this life with all of you!’