Liz Hurley has proved she literally never ages as she effortlessly slipped into her 21-year-old Versace gown.
The stunning model and actress, who is 54, dressed up to watch TV at home amid the lockdown, while simultaneously posing for some Harpers Bazaar US snaps.
She looked impossibly young in the incredible purple garment, which oozed serious red-carpet glamour.
"Just hanging at home watching tv for @harpersbazaarus in a @versace dress I wore 21 years ago to the #cfdaawards," she gushed underneath the eye-popping photo.
Liz wore the iconic outfit at the annual CFDA Fashion Awards in 1999 when she was just 33-years-old.
Proving she can still rock the beautiful gown in the same way in 2020, she posed sexily on her comfy bed.
Liz was lying across her beautiful faux fur throw, while holding the TV remote in one hand as she showed off her insanely toned legs.
The star's gym-honed figure was on full display in the shimmering dress, which clung to her hourglass curves.
She showed off her glossy brunette locks, which fell loosely in waves.
Fans were gushing over her "fab leg angle" as she gave a glimpse at her freshly oiled pins.
Liz has been keeping up with her sexy Instagram throwback bikini snaps as she reminisces on better times.
The gorgeous model is isolating at her country home in Herefordshire with her son Damian, 18, and seven others in lockdown.
These include a close pal, Liz's mum, 80, and her auntie, in her late 70s.
She is also looking after her nephew Miles, who has bounced back after a knife attack in March 2018 - which saw him lose four pints of blood.
The incident occurred when he was involved in a collision while driving mum (and Liz's sister) Katie's car with his mate Romell.
Things turned nasty pretty quickly, and Miles, then 21, was stabbed by one of the men.
He told The Mail on Sunday : "The adrenalin kicked in - it was fight or flight.
"I heard them shouting 'Poke him, poke him.'
"I didn't feel anything, there was no pain. I had no idea I'd been stabbed."
Thankfully, he's better than ever following the attack after he "spent a lot of time recovering".
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