Paulina Politskova leaves little to the imagination.
The former supermodel, 57, shared a topless bikini selfie on Instagram this week from vacationing in St. Martin four years ago. In her lengthy caption, Politskova revealed when she discovered her own “superpower.”
“Four years ago, I was on vacation with some friends in St. Martin. We were lounging on the beach and we brought up the topic of superpowers. Did we? How did we feel about ourselves and each other?” she began.
She continued: She feels beautiful.”
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Politzkova then shared that she was surprised by this reaction from her friends, as she had been “blamed for the opposite” for decades.
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“My image was said to make women feel bad about themselves for decades. But what my girlfriend said is that my presence makes women feel beautiful. So, good,” she shared.
The 57-year-old continued the caption, saying the people closest to her in life “rarely” give her compliments because they often think she’s used to receiving compliments. For this reason, Porizkova tries to pass the good word on to others.
“Is it shallow? Is it superficial? Maybe. But who cares that the result is a heartfelt smile and a little extra bounce in the step,” she wrote. Every woman has her own unique beauty, why not celebrate it?”
In November, Politzkova spoke on Jada Pinkett’s Smith’s “Red Table Talk” about her struggles financially following the death of her ex-husband.
The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek died of natural causes in his New York City home in 2019 at the age of 75.
In 2018, Politzkova and Ocasek announced that they had split after 28 years of marriage. The pair had been separated for several years when Ocasek died. However, they were not legally divorced and still lived together. The former couple has two sons with her, Jonathan and Oliver.
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“So you didn’t have money for groceries?” asked Pinkett Smith.
“There is no cash,” said Politskova.
In 2021, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit star told Paula Polito, vice chairman of UBS Global Wealth Management, that she was forced to rely on friends for groceries. He regrets that decision.
When Ocasek died, Politskova was stunned to learn that Ocasek had cut her out of her will, claiming she had “abandoned” him.
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“I got a mortgage, two houses and a pension, but I had no way of paying anything,” she explained at the time. “So it was clear I had to sell things, but until they were sold, I had no way to live. I literally spent a year asking my friends to buy me groceries. I was not in a position.”
Politskova first met Ocasek in 1984 on the set of the “Drive” music video. She was 19 at the time. They said “I do” in 1989, when she was 24 and he was 45. Porizkova said it would be a “bad omen” for Ocasek to sign her prenuptial agreement. claimed to have said
Fox News Digital’s Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.