Halle Berry looks like an actual mermaid in new bikini pic

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Does Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry ever stop raising her fashion game? Her latest bikini would suggest not. Fresh from releasing her first ever clothing line, Halle Berry x Sweaty Betty, Halle's swapped the activewear for a barely-there bikini, which she wore in her latest Instagram post while reclining on the beach. And with her tousled hair and mega-toned physique, she was serving pure mermaid realness.

Watch: Halle Berry relaxes on the beach in barely-there bikini

Halle shared her latest look on Instagram overnight, with a very relatable caption, which reads, "if it requires a bikini, my answer is always yes please!" I've never wanted to be on a beach so badly. 

 In her pic she's wearing a high-cut, string bikini with a technicolour print and plenty of gold detailing to ramp up the effortless glamour. And it's fair to say it garnered a lot of attention.

One person commented, "Goals🔥," while another said, "You make a bikini necessary! 😉🔥🔥🔥🔥👙💖💖💖💖." Of course she had some famous fans in there too. Actress and friend, Julianne Moore, wrote, "Stop it. You're killing me." We also spotted that Jennifer Aniston and Tracee Ellis Ross were amongst the famous fans to 'like' the post. 

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Even though Halle is facing away from the camera (presumably enjoying THAT view), we can still see her gloriously windswept hair tumbling down her back in impossibly chic (and mermaid-like) waves. Incred.

Booking a beach holiday ASAP.

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