Martha Stewart, 81, goes topless to promote coffee brand

It is as hot as coffee.

Martha Stewart, 81, rocked only a simple white apron in a promotional video for Green Mountain Coffee.

In the Instagram video uploaded Thursday, the businesswoman rocked a cup of coffee while wearing just the blouse in her kitchen.

“Oh hi you. I just enjoy the natural flavor of Pumpkin Spice,” she told the camera. “Green Mountain coffee roasters and nothing else, literally. a natural beauty – no, no, not me.

She continued, “My Pumpkin Spice Coffee from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is made with natural flavors, which means they stripped out the artificial and left nothing but goodness…what can I say that we have a lot in common.”

Stewart’s 1.7 million followers were quick to praise the chef for her creativity and incredible physique.

Martha Stewart
The 81-year-old is known for her youthful looks.

“Martha you are getting better and better 🔥🔥,” one fan commented.

“Martha you have killer shoulders,” added another.

However, other fans gave her advice on her new cooking clothes with one person saying, “Martha experienced advice – don’t cook bacon like that.”

Martha Stewart
The kitchen pro received praise in her comments section.

The single lifestyle maven is no stranger when it comes to posting thirst traps online and showing off her seemingly ageless features.

In an interview with The New York Times, Stewart gave his best “thirst advice”, telling viewers to “project fabulous”, adding that “being effortless is key”.

Martha Stewart
Stewart often posts sexy snaps on her social media pages.

However, she also stressed the importance of “non- or minimally invasive” skin care and procedures to maintain her youthful glow.

“I’ve never had plastic surgery,” she said. “You can totally say that. No knife to my face, neck or back.

And she doesn’t use filters — in her TikTok videos or in her personal life — to alter her appearance.

New York Post

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