SALMA Hayek, 54, has revealed to fans she’s sprained her ankle as she shares a photo of her relaxing on a bed with her foot propped up on a pillow.
The actress still managed to look glamorous even while suffering from her painful and scary injury.
Salma shared her photo with 17.7 million Instagram fans alongside the caption: “Nothing like reading a book about #fridakahlo when you sprain an ankle.”
The mom of one didn’t share any details about how she hurt herself but the snap showed a fairly sizable ice pack resting on the swollen area.
Fans were quick to wish the actress a speedy recovery under the post.
One wrote: “Hope you heal soon.”
“Omg! Feel better!!,” added another.
While a third penned: “Feel better sweetie.”
One fan was particularly worried about the actress and her tootsies by writing: “i like your feet since i was child.”
Despite injuring herself, Salma looked glorious as she relaxed on a white daybed in the shade while reading a book about her favorite artist, Frida Khalo.
The beautiful actress rose to fame after moving to Hollywood and scoring roles in films such as Desperado, From Dusk till Dawn, Wild Wild West and Dogma, while she had her breakthrough role as Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in the 2002 film Frida.
Salma married French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault in 2009 after 15 years together. The couple share daughter Valentina, who was born in September 2007.
Earlier this year the star clapped back at claims she only tied the knot in 2009 because of the Frenchman's wealth.
Salma, who shares a 13-year-old daughter Valentina with François, didn't hold back during Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast as she brushed the speculation aside.
She said: "In pictures you cannot begin to guess the magic in him. He's made me become a much better person and grow in such a good, healthy way.
"When I married him, everybody said, 'Oh, it's an arranged marriage. She married him for the money.'
"I'm like, 'Yeah, whatever, b**ch. Think what you want. Fifteen years together.' And we are strong in love, and I don't even get offended."
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