She’s giving us Moore.
Actress Demi Moore proved she’s still got it when she showed off her toned physique in a strappy bikini during a day at the beach with her dog, Pilaf.
“Pilaf takes the beach 🏝️,” she captioned the Instagram snaps shared with her 4.4 million followers, referring to her beloved chihuahua sitting on her chest.
In the pictures, the 60-year-old “Ghost” star flaunted her slender figure in a leopard-print two-piece while lounging with her adorable pet.
In the second snapshot, Bruce Willis’s ex-wife crouched down as she posed with Pilaf on the beach.
The backdrop for her sweet snap was a beach house, a surfboard, and some palm trees.
She wore no makeup for the outing, leaving her long brown hair loose with a parting down the middle.
She completed her minimalist look with a pair of aviator sunglasses.
The snaps proved very popular on social media, racking up more than 140,000 likes and thousands of comments.
Among the fans was his daughter Tallulah Willis, 29, who wrote “Gorgeous,” while actress Amy Landecker wrote: “How are you two real?”
The new snaps come just weeks after he tried to get Pilaf into the Guinness World Records for the world’s shortest dog.
Moore shared a snapshot of the dog sitting on her lap, as well as a nearby Starbucks cup for scale.
“Alright folks, we’re doing it. Let’s see if we can get @pilaf.littlemouse noticed by @guinnessworldrecords,” she wrote, in part.
The “GI Jane” actor’s post received overwhelming support from friends and family, with 27,000 likes and more than 635 comments.
Her chihuahua, Pilaf, was born on November 9, 2020 and currently weighs just 1.5 pounds.
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It’s not certain if Pilaf will earn the Pearl title, but the photos caught the attention of the Guinness World Records Instagram account, who commented: “😱😱😱.”
For the dog to have a chance against the current title holder, Pilaf must be under 3.59 inches tall. Pearl is 3.59 inches tall and weighs 1.22 pounds.
The current title holder’s aunt, Miracle Milly, held a previous record and was 3.8 inches tall before she died in 2020.