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Kate Beckinsale Hilariously Trolls Critics Who Don't Think She Acts 'Age-Appropriate'

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Beckinsale took to Instagram in a black hair net and pink bikini bottoms to address critics who say she doesn't do 'enough age-appropriate things.'

Kate Beckinsale continues to put hateful critics in their rightful place, with the latest blast targeted at those who believe she doesn't do "enough age-appropriate things."

The actor has a history of calling out trolls who hide behind their rude comments.

From clapping back at those commenting on bikini pics to her oversized bows, the Underworld star has a hilarious way of shutting down her haters.

The actor has also used the platform to convey more serious message to commenters, especially those criticizing her appearance.

She has addressed trolls perpetuating rumors that she's had cosmetic surgery, as well as those claiming she's "too thin."

But now she's playing their game.

On Monday, Beckinsale took to Instagram once again to troll commenters who say she doesn't act "age-appropriate."

The actor posted a video of herself dressed in pink bikini bottoms, a matching pink crop top, knee-high black platform boots and... a hair net.

She explained in the video that some people think she's not "doing enough age-appropriate things."

"I thought I'd let them kick off their week with a little stab of joy, of me putting on a hair net."
"So for those of you who are gonna get off on this, have a look, b*tches."

She captioned her post:

"Let’s have a toast for the douche bags"
"Let’s have a toast for the a**holes"
"Let’s have a toast for the scumbags 😘😘😘😘"

WARNING: NSFW language

Viewers of the video applauded Beckinsale for calling out her critics.









And several added that her true fans would never write such hurtful comments.






Elsewhere in the comments, Beckinsale opened up about her mysterious six-week stay in the hospital earlier this year.

Responding to a body-shaming comment, the actor went off:

"No, actually, I watched my stepfather die quite shockingly , my mother has stage 4 cancer, and I lost a lot of weight from stress and grief, quite quickly and then I was in hospital for six weeks because the grief had burned a hole in my oesophagus which made me vomit copious amounts of blood, and I found eating very hard and I just worked very very hard on a movie that was actually quite triggering because it also involved the theme of the death of my father so l'm not really concerned about what you think about my a**."
"Maybe you should worry about your own f**king a**."
"I suggest shoving something up it-like a large pineapple or a brick"

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