Liz Hurley has admitted that she fears swimsuit shoots, at the same time that photos from her new diffusion bikini range for Mango have been released. The model/actress revealed to The Sunday Times Style magazine that she is looking forward to the day that she doesn't have to do pose in a bikini again.

"Shooting bikinis is now my life, which, as you can imagine, is unmitigated hell," she said.


"I can't think of anything worse in the world than another bikini shoot - and I've got two next month. It's unbearable, and I bring it all on myself. I've got nobody else to blame. It's literally torture," she added.

Hurley also admitted that she now relies on the help of airbrushing to get her through the terrible 'torture' of swimsuit shoots.

"I like a certain amount of retouching, like anybody," she admits.

"We all like to get rid of spots and shadows under our eyes. I've always been quite particular - I don't like my face to be retouched. Often, people will want to correct one's face, and with me, they always want to change my nose and I'm like, 'No, no, no, I can't look like that. I don't mind if you want to make me a bit thinner and a bit younger, but you can't give me a different jaw or eyebrows.' But the vanity retouching - well, who wouldn't?"

She makes an interesting point...

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