Chelsea Handler Celebrates Birthday Skiing N**ed

Chelsea Handler, posted a video of herself on Instagram on Thursday in which she was skiing down a hill in nothing but pasties, underwear and a helmet adorned with both Canadian and American flags, part of her 46th birthday celebration. Chelsea is currently living in Canada on a work visa, she revealed an inspiring message of self-love while giving an ode to both her homes.

Photo: Courtesy of Chelsea Handler | Instagram

“It's important to stay hydrated as well as relaxed, and it’s also important to celebrate your body no matter what age or size,” she titled her video. “This is 46 (with some peptides) and as I transition into a mountain woman, I want to give a big shout out to the two countries I have the strongest ties to.”

Chelsea recently revealed the news that she’s spending the winter in Canada, explaining on Instagram that she’s living there for work and has followed all mandatory quarantine and health protocols. She has also picked up skiing as her hobby while staying in Canada.

“This is the place that made me fall in love with skiing, fall in love with the mountains, and appreciate that Mother Nature is always in control, and that we must respect her and we must respect each other,” according to Chelsea.

Photo: Courtesy of Chelsea Handler | Instagram

“Coming to Canada after our election and during COVID-19 was like walking into civilization for the first time in 4 years. No one in Canada argues about wearing a mask to protect others. People here respect Mother Nature and have taught me how important it is to be connected to this earth we are guests on. This is not our home. We are only guests.”

Handler continued to share her appreciation for both Canada and America in her birthday post, stating that “America could learn a lot from Canada and Canada has learned a lot from America.” One thing that has remained consistent however, she wrote: “no matter what country I'm in, I like to take my clothes off and smile.”

For the video, click here… (viewer discretion advised for the content sensitivity)

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