Minnie Driver looked full of joy this week as she struck a pose in just a towel with her sister, film producer Kate Driver.
The 52-year-old Hollywood actress exuded youthfulness as she smiled alongside her elder sibling in the kitchen of her dreamy Malibu home.
Sharing the sweet snap to her Instagram story, Minnie wrote, “Just off the plane, straight in the water. Can’t believe my sis is here too.”
The pair were clothed in only white towels, and both looked amazing with super toned physiques, proving that age is only a number for some folks.
The pair were also joined in the pic by a cute puppy.
Minnie then thanked actress Cameron Richardson for taking the picture, adding a love heart emoji.
Mom-of-one Minnie — who has been in a relationship with filmmaker and writer Addison O’Dea since 2019 — and Kate also have two half-brothers and a half-sister from her parents’ other relationships.
Minnie joins The Witcher spin-off series, Blood Origin
In the prequel to the hit Netflix series, Minnie will play the role of Seanchaí — pronounced ‘Shan-a-khee’ — an ancient storyteller and elf, who the actress describes as “a shapeshifting collector of old lore with the abilities to travel between time and worlds.”
“Very few of her kind remain,” Minnie told her 203K Instagram followers. “She brings long forgotten stories back to life when a world needs them most.”
Minnie really rocks those elf ears.
She has over 200,000 followers on Instagram, so it’s no surprise that each of her posts gets thousands of likes, this one bagged her nearly 10,000 likes.
Minnie is multi-talented, and she’s recently turned to book writing.
‘I will definitely write more books,’ says Minnie Driver
Back in May, Minnie released her autobiography Managing Expectations and gave fans a candid view into her personal life.
Sharing her life story in ten emotional essays, Minnie revealed in an interview with W Magazine how the book nearly didn’t make it to publication after the death of her mother in March last year.
However, after pushing through, she now admits that she will “definitely write more” — and that her mom is the last thing she thinks about before she goes to sleep.
“I still say goodnight to her. I look at the sky, and it’s really clear in Malibu, there’s not a lot of light pollution. I look at the stars and I think about her and I really try and feel good about it as opposed to sad about it,” Minnie said.
“If I’m feeling sad, I’ll stand there until I feel good about it. It definitely still helps as part of the grieving process to think of her with a smile before I go to sleep.”
Managing Expectations tells the story of Minnie’s life, exploring her unusual upbringing in England, becoming a successful actor, and reaching motherhood. According to her interview with W, Minnie has always enjoyed reading and writing, and she credits her English school teachers with her decision to go into acting.
Minnie found major Hollywood success with movies such as Sleepers and Grosse Pointe Blank, but it was receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Good Will Hunting that really propelled her into Hollywood big time.
She garnered more fame for the wrong reasons after boyfriend and Good Will Hunting costar Matt Damon publicly dumped her on the Oprah Winfrey Show.
But what is Minnie watching just now? Well, she admitted to being a big fan of Sex Education and Killing Eve, she referred to Jodie Comer as a “goddess.” She also said she would watch anything with Julia Garner and particularly loved her work in Inventing Anna.More: Minnie Driver