Fans Can't Get Over How Amazing 53-Year-Old 'Baywatch' Alum Donna D’Errico Looks

Aging is a funny thing, isn't it? Some days, I swear I look 20 years older than I already am, which is already pretty old! Other days, you see pictures of someone in their fifties who look like they're 20! I tell ya, sometimes life is not fair! But let's be real, you don't need me to tell you that, do you?

Now, you want to see something super unfair?

Remember Baywatch alum Donna D’Errico? Well, she hasn't aged a day since the show went off the air! Don't believe me? Let's take a closer look!

Yep, she's still looking as gorgeous as the day we first saw her on our TV screens back in the '90s.

Of course, she is a celebrity and has access to the best of the best anti-aging treatments, but there's something to be said for good genes!

While my *genes* are a useless as a pair of bellbottoms, Erica's are TOP NOTCH!

I love seeing the gorgeous gals from back in the day giving the youngsters a run for their money!

However, just like everyone else, Donna sometimes struggles with confidence issues.

Back in September, she captioned one photo of herself posing in a wet white t-shirt and jeans with a heartfelt message to fans.

"Acceptance is an interesting thing. We all want it, we crave it, whether we want to admit it or not."

"We try to conform to society’s standards and norms and do what is expected of us for fear of being rejected or criticized."

"We want to be loved, to be admired, appreciated...wanted. Included. Important. Noticed."

"When we are criticized or rejected, it stings," she continued.

"We may act like it doesn’t bother us but down deep it does. We suddenly feel inadequate. Less than. Not good enough. We start comparing ourselves to others to see how we don’t measure up. Every single one of us has felt this at some point. Some more than others."

"I’m here to tell you that you ARE good enough. You ARE important. You’re [expletive] amazing. Exactly as you are. It took me awhile to figure that out for myself."

"When cancer wrapped it’s claws around my mother and ripped her from my life, I let myself completely go."

She went on to explain to fans how she lost herself in grief and depression:

"[I] Stopped working out. Ate. A lot. Laid in grief for months. Shot a film that called for me to be heavier and so I ate more. When I finally came out of the haze of grief I didn’t recognize the person staring back at me in the mirror. I decided my mom wouldn’t like what I’d become so I pulled myself up out of the muck and got my ass to the gym and cleaned up my diet."

"People love to say I owe my body to plastic surgery," she continued.

"If saying that and believing that makes them feel better about themselves, go for it. I know what it took to get my body to where I want it and for me that is enough."

"No I’m not perfect," she added. "But perfect is impossible and boring."

"I hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I have enjoyed freeing myself from fear of judgement by posting them. And if you don’t that’s ok too. Peace and love and light my friends."

Obviously, I'm not the only person who has noticed how beautiful Donna is on the inside, and out!

Fans can't stop gushing over how amazing Donna's looks1

"Jaw-dropping as ALWAYS Donna," commented one fan on a recent post.

"Looking as beautiful as ever," agreed another.

Way to go, Donna!