Martha Stewart shares new ‘mysterious’ thirst trap selfie

Summer isn’t over until Martha speaks.

Martha Stewart, 82, cemented her status as thirst trap queen when she shared a “mysterious” selfie on Instagram Sunday. 

In typical Martha fashion, the after-dark selfie was taken in a 13th century castle “remade by a very creative couple into a special resort of extraordinary quality,” according to her caption. 

“The heated pool in a stone tower was the perfect place for a new selfie!” the former TV host announced, explaining it was just the aesthetic she wanted: “Dark. Candle lit. Mysterious.”

The home design guru was “relaxing before a massage” before celebrating the “@brunellocucinelli_brand founders 70th birthday in Solomeo.” 

The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model’s followers were delighted by her latest sultry snap. 

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The “Martha Stewart Living” host has become famous for her sultry selfies.

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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model is often praised for looking youthful at 88.
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Many fans begged Martha to share more thirst traps in her comments section.

“Martha is back with the thirst traps,” one rejoiced, as another person responded, “open the floodgates 🙌 Ready for it!!” 

However, some of the comments weren’t as accepting. 

One critic told her to “accept your age” since “it’s not a crime getting older,” as another tsked, “Martha, you’ve had too much wine babe.” 

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The comments were not as harsh as when Stewart posed with an iceberg cocktail.

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Still, the post received fewer critiques than when Stewart shared an Instagram Story cooling her drink off with an iceberg while on a luxurious cruise near Greenland.

Fans were upset, with one person writing, “Martha the ice caps are melting don’t put them in your drink.”

Stewart is famous for her thirst traps, which often receive praise from her Instagram followers. 

In April, Stewart teased her upcoming summer of thirst traps and told Page Six “You’ll see what’s coming,” calling it “good stuff.”

Stewart certainly showed everyone the good stuff.

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