January Jones posts bikini pictures to show recovery from knee surgery
January Jones poses seductively in her underwear as she updates fans about her recovery from knee surgery: ‘Feelin’ good and limber again’
January Jones is on the road to recovery.
The 44-year-old posted a jaw dropping picture on social media Thursday documenting her recovering from knee surgery.
The Mad Men actress displayed her trim abs and healing leg, wearing black bikini bottoms and a black and white short sleeve crop top with horizontal stripes as she posed in her bathroom.
Update: January Jones, 44, posed in black bikini bottoms and a black and white striped crop top to update her one million plus followers on her recovery from knee surgery Thursday
Her blonde locks were styled into a short bob and she included a closeup of the bandage on her knee writing, ‘Progress report: feelin’ good and limber again! Just a couple holes in my knee, stitches out later today’ followed by a dancer emoji.
The South Dakota native’s one million plus followers were agog at the snaps, with influencer Tracey Cunningham posting applause emojis.
Another follower responded with ‘Happy to see you’re doing better gorgeous one!’ while one fan joked it was an ‘Influencer knee.’
Stitches: In her post, the Mad Men star wrote, ‘Progress report: feelin good and limber again! Just a couple holes in my knee, stitches out later today’
The Spinning Out actress posted a short time later to indicate her health update had come ‘before I scrolled down and saw the Supreme Court decided to f*ck us from behind without consent,’ referring to the high court ruling overturning the 1973 precedent set in Roe v Wade which guaranteed the right to abortion for women in the US.
Last week, the Emmy nominee posted a selfie while still in her surgical gown and cap, writing a self-deprecating, ‘Possibly the cutest I’ve ever looked. Knee surgery. Thanks Dr. Gerhardt for fixing my meniscus. NBA here I come.’
January underwent the procedure at Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Santa Monica, California to repair the torn cartilage a week ago.
Surgery: The Spinning Out star underwent a procedure to repair a torn meniscus last week. Experts report it can take up to eight weeks to recover
The facility specializes in orthopedic and sports injuries and the Last Man on Earth star’s surgeon, Dr Michael Gerhardt, is the team physician for US soccer team the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Experts report it can take up to eight weeks to recover.
The single mom can likely rely on some help from her son, Xander, 11, as she continues to recuperate, before she heads to work on her next project, The Helpers.
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