Helen Mirren, 76, steals spotlight on catwalk as she makes Paris Fashion Week appearance

Helen Mirren twirls in stunning black D&G dress

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Helen Mirren, 76, looked fabulous today as she strutted down L’Oréal Paris’ catwalk in front of the Eiffel Tower. The actress stole the spotlight in a black trouser suit adorned with silver embellishments.

She completed the monochrome look with chunky platform sandals and statement earrings.

The Oscar-winning actress’ silver hair was styled in a messy high bun.

Her make-up look featured an extreme smokey cat eye and nude lip.

The star looked chic as she posed up a storm by herself and next to other models.

Fans of the film star could not contain their excitement as they took to Twitter to discuss the appearance.

Behindthewoman1 wrote: “Dame Helen Mirren spent Sunday afternoon looking fierce on the catwalk for L’Oreal in their latest show at Paris Fashion Week.

“Let’s not forget… she’s 76!!!!”


monamourpour0 typed: “Nothing just Helen Mirren on runway!” alongside some fire emojis and a crown emoji.

Dame Helen is set to star in The Duke, set for release in February next year.

The film will show the story of a taxi driver, Kempton Bunton, who steals Goya’s painting of The Duke Of Wellington.

Dame Helen is set to portray cleaner Dorothy Bunton.

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Speaking about the upcoming release, Dame Helen explained that she “loved” the period it is set in, the 1960s.

She told the Daily Mail: “The whole story took me by surprise.

“You would want to take it with a pinch of salt if it wasn’t all true.

“I loved the charm of the script; it was sweet and very endearing.

“I love the 1960s, it was a more naïve, innocent time.

“Dorothy is the practical one, which the woman so often is in the family; she is keeping the family going.

“Kempton is the dreamer, but he is very committed and courageous in many ways.

“We should not only take a leaf out of Kempton’s book, but also Dorothy’s – dreaming is all very well, but you still need to pay the bills!”

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