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Charlize Theron sizzles in yellow bathing suit as she and her mother enjoy warm weather in Mexico


Charlize Theron highlighted her age-defying figure on Friday while enjoying a dip in the ocean in Mexico.

The 46-year-old Oscar winner put on a busty display in a vibrant yellow one-piece bathing suit as she cooled down in the waters of Cabo San Lucas.

Joining the actress on her vacation south of the border was her mother Gerda, who relaxed in the sea with her daughter.

It takes two: She turned the beach trip into a family affair with her mother Gerda by her side

Family vacation: Charlize Theron, 46, looked youthful and fit in a canary yellow one-piece suit while relaxing in the surf of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with her mother Gerda

Charlize coordinated her swimsuit with her beach attire, as she hit the sand in a bright yellow linen dress with rolled-up sleeves.

She had a gray-and-black tote black slung over one shoulder, and she blocked out the piercing sun with a stylish pair of large square-frame sunglasses.

The Bombshell actress had her bobbed blond hair swept to the side, with longer strands dangling to frame her face.

She added some extra sparkle to the bright look with multiple gold necklaces. 

Charlize stripped down to her bathing suit, which was tied over its low-cut bust and featured a cut-out section over her back. 

Beach style: Charlize coordinated her swimsuit with her beach attire, as she hit the sand in a bright yellow linen dress with rolled-up sleeves

Beach style: Charlize coordinated her swimsuit with her beach attire, as she hit the sand in a bright yellow linen dress with rolled-up sleeves

Water sports: She was spotted carrying some blue body boards on the beach

Water sports: She was spotted carrying some blue body boards on the beach

Blond beauty: The Bombshell actress had her bobbed blond hair swept to the side, with longer strands dangling to frame her face

Low key: Charlize had a gray-and-black tote black slung over one shoulder, and she blocked out the piercing sun with a stylish pair of large square-frame sunglasses

Blond beauty: Charlize had a gray-and-black tote black slung over one shoulder, and she blocked out the piercing sun with a stylish pair of large square-frame sunglasses. The Bombshell actress had her bobbed blond hair swept to the side, with longer strands dangling to frame her face

Standing out: She added some extra sparkle to the bright look with multiple gold necklaces

Revealing: Charlize stripped down to her bathing suit, which was tied over its low-cut bust and featured a cut-out section over her back

Standing out: She added some extra sparkle to the bright look with multiple gold necklaces. Charlize stripped down to her bathing suit, which was tied over its low-cut bust and featured a cut-out section over her back

Stunner: The suit featured thin straps, but she opted to remove them for a more striking look

Stunner: The suit featured thin straps, but she opted to remove them for a more striking look

The suit featured thin straps, but she opted to remove them for a more striking look.

She was spotted carrying some blue body boards on the beach. 

The South African born actress seemed to be having a great time and she chatted with her mother in the waves while beaming widely.

Gerda looked elegant in a dark swimsuit with black-and-white striped straps.

Earlier in November, Charlize was seen spending time in New York City, but she appears to have jetted down to Mexico to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her family. 

Mexican trip: Earlier in November, Charlize was seen spending time in New York City, but she appears to have jetted down to Mexico to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her family

Mexican trip: Earlier in November, Charlize was seen spending time in New York City, but she appears to have jetted down to Mexico to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her family

Making haste: They didn't waste much time, as they landed in Los Cabos ¿ which encompasses the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo in the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula ¿ earlier in the day

Making haste: They didn’t waste much time, as they landed in Los Cabos — which encompasses the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo in the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula — earlier in the day

Change of pace: Last week, the Monster star was in far chillier New York City as she celebrated the opening of a boutique for the Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling on Madison Avenue

Change of pace: Last week, the Monster star was in far chillier New York City as she celebrated the opening of a boutique for the Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling on Madison Avenue

They didn’t waste much time, as they landed in Los Cabos — which encompasses the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo in the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula — earlier in the day.

Last week, the Monster star was in far chillier New York City as she celebrated the opening of a boutique for the Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling on Madison Avenue.

She spoke at the event with the ballerina Misty Copeland about her work fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa.

‘Being born in South Africa and coming from a place with so much turmoil, it’s kind of like in my bones to fight injustices,’ she said, via WWD. ‘There is a way to live your life in a way that your actions are putting forth what you believe verbally, and I have always believed that we need more representation. 

‘Whenever I can be a part of something like that, that’s a good message to send out there,’ she continued. ‘I’ve got two young girls who are both African American and I want them to see people who look like them and I want them to be inspired.’ 

Good deeds: She spoke at the event with the ballerina Misty Copeland about her work fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa

Good deeds: She spoke at the event with the ballerina Misty Copeland about her work fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa

Catching up: The South African born actress seemed to be having a great time and she chatted with her mother in the waves while beaming widely

Catching up: The South African born actress seemed to be having a great time and she chatted with her mother in the waves while beaming widely

Stylish: Gerda looked elegant in a dark swimsuit with black-and-white striped straps

Mix and match: She wore chunky sunglasses that contrasted her daughter's sleek frames

Stylish: Gerda looked elegant in a dark swimsuit with black-and-white striped straps. She wore chunky sunglasses that contrasted her daughter’s sleek frames

She also delved into how her Africa Outreach Project had temporarily pivoted from its goals to protect African youths from HIV/AIDS to helping to stop the spread of Covid-19.

‘We’re working with a two-prong approach in advocacy and getting misinformation deleted in communities where we know it’s prevalent and also supporting grassroots organizations who have access to vaccines,’ she said. ‘That’s been a realty big program especially on the continent of Africa. I think we’re at less than six percent of Africans have been vaccinated. 

She added that her work on HIV/AIDS outreach had shown her that marginalized communities always suffer the most from ‘global crises.’ 

Charlize has two adopted daughters, Jackson, 10, and August, six, and she spoke in October with Elle about balancing her time between parenting, her career, her activism and position as a UN ambassador.

‘I mean the balance is a very tricky thing as a single parent, no matter what job you have, but especially when you have a job that makes you travel,’ she said. ‘But that’s always evolving as my kids are getting a little older.

Balancing act: Charlize has two adopted daughters, Jackson, 10, and August, six, and she spoke in October with Elle about balancing her time between parenting, her career, her activism and position as a UN ambassador

Balancing act: Charlize has two adopted daughters, Jackson, 10, and August, six, and she spoke in October with Elle about balancing her time between parenting, her career, her activism and position as a UN ambassador

On the move: 'I mean the balance is a very tricky thing as a single parent, no matter what job you have, but especially when you have a job that makes you travel,' she said. 'But that¿s always evolving as my kids are getting a little older

On the move: ‘I mean the balance is a very tricky thing as a single parent, no matter what job you have, but especially when you have a job that makes you travel,’ she said. ‘But that’s always evolving as my kids are getting a little older

‘They’re not just little kids that don’t even have an awareness of where they’re going. They’re at an age now where they have interests and things to do after school!’

Charlize said she and her family ‘had a really good isolation process’ at the onset of the pandemic at their Los Angeles home.

‘I was with the people I love the most, my children and my mom,’ she said. ‘There was an acknowledgement and understanding that this was time that I would never normally have with my family and so in that regard I really enjoyed it.’ 

The Young Adult star also pondered her career and said she was most proud of her ‘longevity’ as an actress over the past 26 years.

‘For every actor that’s probably the most important thing,’ she said. ‘I always knew that I really liked this job and I really wanted to try and do it for as long as I possibly could. As an actor, your biggest fear is always that with this constant great new turn out of talent that somehow people will forget about you.’

Sticking together: Charlize said she and her family 'had a really good isolation process' at the onset of the pandemic at their Los Angeles home. 'I was with the people I love the most, my children and my mom,' she said

Sticking together: Charlize said she and her family ‘had a really good isolation process’ at the onset of the pandemic at their Los Angeles home. ‘I was with the people I love the most, my children and my mom,’ she said

Staying power: The Young Adult star also pondered her career and said she was most proud of her 'longevity' as an actress over the past 26 years

Not fading away: 'As an actor, your biggest fear is always that with this constant great new turn out of talent that somehow people will forget about you'

Staying power: The Young Adult star also pondered her career and said she was most proud of her ‘longevity’ as an actress over the past 26 years. ‘For every actor that’s probably the most important thing,’ she said. ‘As an actor, your biggest fear is always that with this constant great new turn out of talent that somehow people will forget about you’

She said that when she ‘was younger’ the notion of making a living from acting exclusively ‘was such a dream.’

Theron continued, ‘It’s a tricky thing to achieve in this business,’ adding that selecting the right projects plays a major factor. 

‘I feel proud of the things that I said “no” to,’ Theron said. ‘And I feel proud of the things that I said “yes” to, it was all in order to build a long career.’ 



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