PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Penelope Cruz stuns in a plunging blue swimsuit as she enjoys a family day at the beach with husband Javier Bardem and their children Leo, 10, and Luna, 7, in Sardinia
Penelope Cruz was seen enjoying a family day out at the beach in Sardinia with husband Javier Bardem and their two children Leo, 10, and Luna, seven, on Friday.
The Spanish actress, 47, looked sensational in a plunging blue swimsuit that had a sweetheart neckline and zipper detailing for a glamorous flair.
Soaking up the sun on the Italian island, Penelope was in good spirits as she watched her children play in the sea and joke around with her actor husband, 52.
Penelope’s figure-hugging swimwear showed off a generous glimpse of her cleavage, and also highlighted her slender figure as she sat on the beach.
She wore her raven tresses in a slicked-back fashion and accessorised with a pair of silver hoop earrings and chic shades that she used to help keep her hair off her face.
Javier, meanwhile, went shirtless at the beach and also wore a pair of black swimming trunks, he also shielded his eyes with a pair of sunglasses.
Wow! Penelope’s figure-hugging swimwear showed off a generous glimpse of her cleavage, and also highlighted her slender figure as she sat on the beach
Doting dad: Javier was seen playing fun games with Leo and Luna during their beach day
Chic: Penelope wore her raven tresses in a slicked-back fashion and accessorised with a pair of silver hoop earrings and chic shades that she used to help keep her hair off her face
Penelope recently spoke about her family life and approach to motherhood in an interview with Marie Claire Greece.
The actress said that she and her husband are careful not to let their careers seep into their family life.
‘Like any couple, we talk about our jobs, and consequently about our characters, about the way we handle this or that scene,’ she clarified.
‘Sometimes we exchange ideas, but when it comes to our jobs generally, we’re not obsessed with work, we try to leave it at the door of the house.’
Penelope also revealed that motherhood made her less worried about other people’s opinions, confessing: ‘When I was young, the way others saw me, be it positive or negative, had an enormous importance.’
She continued: ‘But becoming a mother made me aware that this was the most important mission of my life and that I wanted to accomplish it as best I could.’
As she has grown older she has also adopted a different attitude to her work life, allowing herself more time to recharge.
‘In my 20s, I was a total workaholic, I would even wake myself up in the middle of the night to respond to emails and things like that, and then I had to learn patience, rest, silence. The things that I appreciate a lot now,’ she explained.