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Elizabeth Hurley knows a thing or two about making an entrance.
On Thursday, the “Bedazzled” star attended the Raffaello Summer Day event in Berlin, Germany. For the occasion, the British model/actress dropped her jaw in a dangerously low-cut red dress with a bejeweled tulle skirt.
She completed her piping hot look with a reflective clutch and her signature smokey eye makeup.
Hurley confirmed in her Instagram story that the sizzling ensemble was designed by Jenny Packham, one of her favorite designers.
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The fellow British star is also known for designing many of Kate Middleton’s outfits, including her gold Bond dress for the red carpet premiere of the 007 film “No Time to Die” in London last year.
The 57-year-old took to Instagram on Friday and shared a series of her favorite snaps from the party.
“Last night in Germany for the @raffaello Summer Party,” she captioned the post. “Always nice to see some gorgeous girlfriends.”
Many of the swimsuit designer’s 2.4 million followers rushed to the comment section and filled in on Hurley.
“Lady in Red is just breathtaking,” one user wrote.
“Ageless beauty still great,” said another.
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“The woman of our dreams!!” another boasted.
“There’s some Benjamin Button magic going on here @elizabethhurley1”? one user asked. “How do you age backwards?”
Last year, Hurley shared some of her secrets to staying in shape.
“I haven’t eaten processed food in 100 years,” the star told Britain’s Sunday Times. “I don’t eat sweets. I don’t drink much alcohol. I don’t smoke, but I really regret ever doing that. I’ve learned to eat lighter and not so late.”
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“I think one of the most transformative things I’ve done is make 50% of what I eat plant matter,” continued Hurley. “If you have a slice of toast for breakfast, have an apple too. Go against everything with veggies.”
But the star has one weakness: peanut butter.
“I’ve got one spoon, then the other, and I’ll have the jar empty before you know it,” admitted Hurley.
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And when it comes to going under the knife, Hurley said she’s not a fan of excessive plastic surgery.
“No! I don’t think you look younger, I think you just look like you have filler,” she said. “It’s not my cup of tea.”
Hurley also noted that one’s mindset is just as important.
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“I’m more immature right now. My son is more mature than I am,” she said. “I used to be an adult, but I’ve lost it.”
Hurley launched a London-based swimwear line called Elizabeth Hurley Beach in 2005.
“I decided to venture into beachwear not only because I’ve always been obsessed with vacation wear, but also because it’s an area where women, regardless of shape or size, can look great or get it really wrong. I wanted a resort are developing collections that make women feel great at any age,” she announced on the company’s site.
In May 2017, the star told Closer Weekly that mom’s hair inspired the launch of the brand. She previously took a break from Hollywood to focus on motherhood, but found herself wanting to do something new professionally.
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“Taking care of my son became my number 1 job, and it was a pleasure to have someone else to focus on,” Hurley told the magazine. “I was 36 and worried about myself long enough. I stopped watching movies and TV for the first eight years of his life and I don’t regret it for a moment. I’ve always put him first.”
When she launched her swimwear collection, Hurley added, “It allowed me to be more flexible with my time and work when Damian was in school.”
Still, Hurley insisted she was eager to take on new challenges as her son got older.
“I love my life,” she said. “I like change and I like new experiences.”