When Salma Hayek’s skirt was caught by a gust of wind on the set of her new film in Malibu, onlookers got a cheeky peek of her bare b*tts.
The brunette bombshell had her Marilyn Monroe moment while sunbathing on a Malibu beach with Brosnan, 60. Hayek, 47, was dressed casually with a white Oxford blouse, a black cap, and a flared little skirt.
Salma didn’t appear to be wearing any pant!es, and what appeared to be a maxi-pad was dangling off, ready to fall off.
Salma evidently regretted her ‘sod the knickers!’ decision after arriving to Malibu’s Paradise Cove and seeing how windy it was, requesting for assistance from wardrobe workers to hold her skirt in place.
The stunning diva, who has a 6-year-old daughter Valentina with husband Francois-Henri Pinault, has been slaying the beach all week in the sensual, skin-baring suit. Other photos from the set show her shirt undone and knotted at the waist, displaying a black-and-white checkered bra top below, as well as lots of cleavage.
“Valentina loves coming on the red carpet with me and standing having her picture taken,” she said of Valentina’s ambitions to follow in her mother’s footsteps as an actress. “She loves to have her red carpet moment and is already a very talented actor.”
It was announced earlier this month that she would star with Pierce Brosnan and Jessica Alba in the forthcoming film How to Make Love Like an Englishman. The romantic comedy “What Happens In Vegas” is directed by Tom Vaughan and written by Matthew Newman.
According to Deadline, Brosnan “plays a Cambridge University professor who finds a woman (Hayek) who is his ideal match.” After impregnating her grad student stepsister, played by Alba, Brosnan’s character is forced to reconsider his hedonistic lifestyle. Beau St. Clair, the film’s producer, said that 40 percent of the film will be shot in Malibu.
“It’s set in L.A., so we shot it in L.A.,” Brosnan’s Irish Dreamtime producing partner told Variety. “We could have saved money if we had shot in New Orleans or Wilmington, but it would not have looked like L.A. So we thought it would be better to work with a lean lean budget and shoot here instead of trying to fake it in some place like Vancouver.”