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PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Sharon Stone, 63, suffers a nip slip during beach shoot

Sharon Stone suffered a nip slip as she took part in a beach photoshoot in the South of France on Saturday.

The actress, 63, looked incredible as she posed in a gold top with an eye-catching floral embellishment and strap detail.  

The garment highlighted the star’s toned physique while she also wrapped up in a black cloth in between takes.

Wardrobe malfunction: Sharon Stone suffered a nip slip as she took part in a beach photoshoot in the South of France on Saturday

Sharon’s platinum blonde locks were slicked back for the day while she wore a light pallet of makeup for the shoot.

The film star was joined by several crew members during the outing as she was seen being helped off a boat.

The actress went barefoot for the photoshoot and later wrapped up in a grey jumper and matching tracksuit bottoms.

One of Sharon’s most memorable film roles was that of Catherine Tramell in the 1992 thriller Basic Instinct.

Outfit: The actress, 63, looked incredible as she posed in a gold top with an eye-catching floral embellishment and strap detail

Fashion: The garment highlighted the star's toned physique while she also wrapped up in a black cloth in between takes

Outfit: The actress, 63, looked incredible as she posed in a gold top with an eye-catching floral embellishment and strap detail

Pose: Sharon's platinum blonde locks were slicked back for the day while she wore a light pallet of makeup for the shoot

Pose: Sharon’s platinum blonde locks were slicked back for the day while she wore a light pallet of makeup for the shoot

On location: Sharon's slip came as she was being helped off a boat to begin the photoshoot

Style: The star also had a gold floral detail around her back

On location: Sharon’s slip came as she was being helped off a boat to begin the photoshoot

The leg-crossing and uncrossing moment in the erotic thriller, in which — on close inspection — Sharon wasn’t wearing any underwear as she toyed with a roomful of male police officers, was instrumental in making her a superstar and one of Hollywood’s most intimidating sex symbols. 

The actress wrote in her memoir The Beauty of Living Twice that she was told the audience wouldn’t ‘see anything’ and she was tricked.

‘”I just need you to remove your panties, as the white is reflecting the light, so we know you have panties on,”‘ Sharon wrote [director] Paul [Verhoeven] told her on set.

‘Yes, there have been many points of view on this topic, but since I’m the one with the vagina in question, let me say: The other points of view are bulls***.’ 

Crew: The film star was joined by several crew members during the outing as she was seen being helped off a boat

Crew: The film star was joined by several crew members during the outing as she was seen being helped off a boat

Looking good: The Basic Instinct actress went barefoot for the stunning photoshoot

Model: Sharon began her career as a model in the late 1970s

Looking good: The Basic Instinct actress went barefoot for the stunning photoshoot 

History: She signed with an agency in New York in 1977 before working in Paris and Milan

History: She signed with an agency in New York in 1977 before working in Paris and Milan

The director said that his ‘memory is radically different from Sharon’s memory’ and her version of the story is ‘impossible.’ 

‘She knew exactly what we were doing,’ Verhoeven told Variety while promoting his film Benedetta.

‘I told her it was based on a story of a woman that I knew when I was a student who did the crossing of her legs without panties regularly at parties. When my friend told her we could see her vagina, she said, “Of course, that’s why I do it!” Then Sharon and I decided to do a similar sequence.’

The César Award-winning producer added: ‘That does not stand in the way and has nothing to do with the wonderful way that she portrayed Catherine Tramell. She is absolutely phenomenal. We still have a pleasant relationship and exchange text messages.’ 

Icon: Sharon appeared to recline on a lifeboat for some of the photoshoot

Icon: Sharon appeared to recline on a lifeboat for some of the photoshoot

Scene: The leg-crossing and uncrossing moment in the erotic thriller was instrumental in making her a star

Scene: The leg-crossing and uncrossing moment in the erotic thriller was instrumental in making her a star 

Filming: The actress wrote in her memoir The Beauty of Living Twice that she was told the audience wouldn't 'see anything' and she was tricked

Memoir: '"I just need you to remove your panties, as the white is reflecting the light, so we know you have panties on,"' Sharon wrote Paul [Verhoeven] told her on set

Filming: The actress wrote in her memoir The Beauty of Living Twice that she was told the audience wouldn’t ‘see anything’ and she was tricked

She added: 'Yes, there have been many points of view on this topic, but since I'm the one with the vagina in question, let me say: The other points of view are bulls***'

She added: ‘Yes, there have been many points of view on this topic, but since I’m the one with the vagina in question, let me say: The other points of view are bulls***’

It comes after Sharon was recently awarded the Golden Icon Award at the Zurich Film Festival.

Sharon was honoured with the Golden Icon Award at Saturday night’s glittering ceremony- the highest accolade the Zurich Film Festival bestows.

The award was presented ahead of a screening of Martin Scorsese’s classic thriller Casino, which Sharon was nominated for an Oscar for in 1996.

‘Sharon Stone is a true icon of the seventh art,’ the festival’s artistic director Christian Jungen told the Hollywood Reporter.

He continued: ‘She is a woman that Hitchcock would have loved. Her distinguishing qualities include an irresistible charm, a great human depth, the talent to play a whole range of roles and the ability to captivate an audience like no other.

‘At a time when the film business was dominated by men, she stood her ground to fight against sexism and in doing so became a major role model for many women in the film business.’

Sharon looked over the moon as she accepted the award with a huge grin on her face.

The actress held the award up proudly as she made a heartfelt acceptance speech and laughed with joy at her achievement.

‘It is an honor to engage with the global community and celebrate the profound depth of our art. I am thrilled to be recognized in this capacity.,’ Sharon said of the award ahead of the event.

The Golden Icon accolade has previously been won by Juliette Binoche, Cate Blanchett, Glenn Close and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Sharon was making an appearance at the event following the tragic death of her young nephew, River, who passed away in August aged 11 months.

The actresses’ nephew River died last month after being found in his crib with total organ failure.

The star’s younger brother Patrick Stone and wife Tasha, who are River’s parents, made the tragic announcement earlier this week via CORE, the Center for Organ Recovery and Education.

‘He was our tiny jokester, our water baby, our little foodie,’ the family said in a statement to the organisation. ‘Now, River has also become a hero. In death, he made a far greater contribution to this world than most of us could ever hope to ourselves.

‘And he proved that the shortest of lives can also be the most meaningful ones. As an organ donor, River saved three lives.’

The family said ‘there will never be a day, hour, a minute or even a second that we won’t miss our sweet baby.’

Sharon is mother to three sons – 21-year-old Roan, 16-year-old Laird and 15-year-old Quinn.

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