Suzanne Somers, 73, Just Posted A Naked 'Birthday Suit' Selfie On Instagram
- Suzanne Somers just turned 73 years old today.
- She celebrated her birthday with a naked photo in a field of flowers.
- The actress was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000.
Suzanne Somers just turned 73 years old! And what better way to celebrate than with a naked selfie, right?
The Three's Company actress decided to strip down and bare it all for her big day. In her nude photo, Suzanne posed in what appears to be a field of flowers. She captioned the photo, "Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!!"
Fans, of course, flooded Suzanne's post with plenty of comments. Some of her followers were v concerned about her seating arrangement. One wrote, "I hope you are sitting on a satin pillow." While another commented, "Oh my that has to hurt or itch where you're sitting."
While others just wrote to show Suzanne some love. One commenter said, "You look awesome. Age is just a number." Another wrote, "You are pure magic."
This naked pic comes just a few years after Suzanne underwent an alternative treatment to regrow one of her breasts after having a lumpectomy and radiation to treat breast cancer, according to US Weekly.
Suzanne became one of the first women in the U.S. to legally undergo a cell-assisted lipotransfer which allowed her breast to regenerate, US Weekly reported.
Suzanne explained the process to the publication: "They took fat from my stomach, spun out the stem cells, discarded the weak ones, took the strong ones, injected them into this breast with, like, a turkey baster, and for a year I felt, like, electrical zippers growing the blood vessels."
Since undergoing the experimental procedure, Suzanne has been pretty outspoken about how proud she is of her breasts. "I have two breasts again that are mine. No implants, no foreign objects in my body, she told US Weekly . The first two weeks after I had it done, I was showing everybody. Id whip it out cause I was so used to not having it.
Looks like Suzanne is still whipping them out. And she looks amazing doing it. Happy Birthday, Suzanne!
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