YOWZA! Suzanne Somers Rocks Daisy Dukes with Granddaughter: 'I'm a Different Kind of Grandmother'


Thank you Thighmaster!

Apparently using that Thighmaster really did Suzanne Somers well!

The former Three's Company actress recently posted some photos on Instagram with her 25-year-old granddaughter, Camelia, who is an actress and has appeared on The Bold and the Beautiful.

"Who wears short shorts? Twinning with my granddaughter @cameliasomers! 👯‍♀️ I have always told the kids, "I’m a different kind of grandmother!" she wrote on Thursday.

Days prior, Camelia shared the same photo to her account, writing, "Didn't expect to twin with my grandma when I threw on these shorts this morning. SHE'S HOT!!!!"

Somers and her granddaughter were posed on an outdoor staircase in Palm Springs, Calif. Somers rocked suede boots and a black long-sleeve shirt for the snap. Meanwhile, her granddaughter wore denim shorts and a white tank top over a bikini top.

Somers' followers couldn't get enough of the "twinning" photo and took to the star's comments to praise her for her appearance.

 

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Apparently, Somers' sex life with her husband is thriving at 74 years old with her 84-year-old husband.

"At this stage of life, most people think that’s, you know, over the hill, too much information," she explained. "But what time is it, like noon? I’ve had sex with him three times so far today. What is it about 4:30 in the morning that suddenly, there he is? I’m going, ‘Could you just wait until the sun comes up?’"

You've got to applaud the man for being virile enough at 84-years-old to not just have sex every day, but to have it multiple times a day.

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