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Liz Hurley hits back as Piers Morgan calls her ‘thirsty’ for going topless – and claims her MUM, 80, took the snaps

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ACTRESS Liz Hurley has hit back at her so-called "thirsty" topless snaps - and claims it was her 80-year-old MUM who was behind the camera.

The 55-year-old Brit stripped to white bikini bottoms from her own swimwear range and draped herself in a coat.

Piers Morgan urged her to put her clothes back on today - and said it was "creepy" her son model son Damian, 18, was behind the lens.

Sharing the pictures again, Liz said: "Far be it for me to suggest the tabloids get their facts muddled, but these pics were in fact taken by my 80 year old mother. Not entirely sure if that puts minds at rest or not."

Speaking to co-host Susanna Reid, he said: "One, she looks great, which she does, but also 55, getting your 19-year-old son to take pics of you stripping off? Creepsville. Thirsty."

He went on: "For goodness sake, you’re 55, put your clothes on. She’s my age. My thought on snow day wasn't to run outside and strip for social media."

In this instance Piers doesn't mean Liz needs a drink, rather she's 'thirsty' for attention on social media.

A thirst trap is defined as "a sexy photo posted on social media to attract attention." 

The Austin Powers star was outside her pile in Herefordshire.

Liz has kept lockdown lively by frolicking in the sunshine in a range of bikinis and churning out jars of home-made marmalade between sipping on cocktails.

With the first lockdown looming in March last year, Liz headed to her Grade-II listed country manor, slipping into a skimpy black dress.

"Why go out when you can stay in?" she told her social media followers as the stay-in orders were given out.

Liz added: "Why buy a new dress when you can squeeze into one you've had for 15 years?"

Piers Morgan calls Liz Hurley, 55, 'thirsty' and 'creepy' after topless snap taken by her son

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