This women is so fucking hot ....i personally think it's her big old titties ........i would like to spend a weekend in between them .......but that is not going to happen in my lifetime .......she was great in mad men .....i mean her body is just porkable on every single level ...........so with that in mind i had to post these piccies of her...........enjoy or not .......one for you married guys to whack off too .....as you know your missus does not let you watch porn or shit ..........
Christina Hendricks shared a seducing photo of herself while filming her latest project, and fans were left in awe of her "corset content."
The actress snapped a behind-the-scenes selfie all dressed up in a period costume during her time on set for Apple TV+ drama series The Buccaneers, where she plays the character of Mrs. St. George.
Hendricks took to Instagram to show off the capture, sharing the solo image in a post on Friday morning, Nov. 10, where she wore a corset that put her ample cleavage on full display.
Her signature ginger-colored tresses were tightly curled into an updo with flowers situated in various places, while for beauty, the Mad Men star was seemingly still fresh-faced... or close to it, at least, donning neutral makeup.
The comment section was rife with enamored fans, who didn't waste time expressing exactly how they felt about the alluring picture.
"You’ve won Instagram (again)," one wrote, as another agreed with the note the actress left in the caption, chiming in with, "some of the best content! lol."
More pointed their attention to her busty display—which admittedly, looked to be the whole point of the post, based on the upload's caption.
"looking respectfully 👁👄👁 Beautiful corset," one complimented.
Other viewers of the series seemed to show interest, instead, in what's to come from future episodes of the newly debuted drama.
"I can't wait to learn more about Mrs St George she's so interesting so far😭😭😭❤️❤️!!!" someone else anticipated, while an additional social media user noticed, "you must have had so much fun between corsets and period dresses 🥰🥰."
As for The Buccaneers, the new show debuted on Wednesday, Nov. 8, on the streaming platform and "follows the friendship of five American girls as they infiltrate 1870s London society in the hopes of procuring a lord or duke—or at least that's what their mothers want," according to a synopsis.