Courtney Love, 58, flaunts her youthful figure in a patterned bikini

Courtney Love, 58, flaunts her youthful figure in a patterned bikini

‘Living well is the best revenge!’ Courtney Love, 58, shows off her youthful physique in a patterned bikini as she relaxes on holiday in Italy

She flew to the island of Ischia in Italy for a sun break.

And Courtney Love showed off her youthful physique as she posed for a bikini snap during the trip on Wednesday.

The American singer-songwriter, 58, showed off her toned abs in the green, orange and white patterned two-piece.

Looking good: Courtney Love showed off her youthful physique as she posed for a bikini snap on Wednesday after jetting off to the island of Ischia, Italy, for a break in the sun

The star wowed in the plunging bikini top which she accessorised with a row of gold necklaces while also adding dark hues to her look.

Courtney completed her beachy look with fluffy sliders and showed off her multiple tattoos when she wore the bikini, including one on her inner arm that reads ‘Let it Bleed’.

The beauty wrote in the caption, “Living well is the best revenge!” as she threw up her hands and beamed.

Holiday: The American singer-songwriter, 58, had her toned abs on display in the green, orange and white patterned two-piece

Holiday: The American singer-songwriter, 58, had her toned abs on display in the green, orange and white patterned two-piece

In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Love spoke about the highly influential Nirvana album Nevermind, co-written by her late husband Kurt Cobain.

During the session, the actress noted that she was surprised by the sustained quality of the studio release and that she doesn’t usually discuss the work.

“I never talk about Nevermind! I have no idea what I’m about to say. I’m shocked it’s been 30 years,” she said.

Love also recalled listening to the album in its entirety for the first time while on a promotional tour in Europe.

Family: During a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Love spoke about the highly influential Nirvana album Nevermind, which was co-written by her late husband Kurt Cobain (pictured with Kurt and their daughter Frances in 1993).

Family: During a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Love spoke about the highly influential Nirvana album Nevermind, which was co-written by her late husband Kurt Cobain (pictured with Kurt and their daughter Frances in 1993).

“To hear it in this context was like being in a completely different world. We just kept hearing it for a couple of days,” she said.

The musician also expressed that her late husband’s work on the project likely contributed to its enduring quality.

She noted that he “had the courage to change himself and the world, and with success he was encouraged.”

Love also spoke about her top tracks from the release, saying, “On A Plain is my favorite. However, “Something In The Way” is one of the greatest rock songs of all time.”

She wrote that Cobain made his way on Something in the Way. He tells himself anything just to get by.”

The performer spoke about how the late guitarist was particularly open about his feelings, although he managed to retain a mystical element.

“I think he was honest about not figuring out his public role. Who Kurt was to me was never what the public saw,” she said.

Love concluded by stating, “I’m very picky when I listen to Kurt, but when I listen to Nevermind I think of the joy he had tinkering with the drums for this glorious thing he had to say Has.”

Making a statement: Love said,

Making a statement: Love said, “I’m very picky when I listen to Kurt, but when I listen to Nevermind I think of the joy he had while playing the drums for this glorious thing he had to say tinkered” (they appear in 1993)