Michelle Pfeiffer, 64, displays her youthful looks in black midi dress as she turns heads at Paramount+ event
Michelle Pfeiffer looked incredible as she attended the Paramount+ UK launch event in London on Monday.
The actress, 64, displayed her youthful visage as she attended the event alongside her The First Lady co-stars Viola Davis and Gillian Anderson.
The film star cut an elegant figure for the evening in a black midi dress with puffed sleeves and a v-neckline.
Radiant: Michelle Pfeiffer displayed her youthful looks as she donned a black midi dress while attending the Paramount+ UK launch event in London on Monday
Michelle added height to her frame with black sheer heels while she also sported a pair of gold earrings.
Styling her blonde locks into loose waves, the actress completed her look with a light palette of makeup.
Michelle, who plays Betty Ford in The First Lady, posed alongside Viola, who plays Michelle Obama, and Gillian, who plays Eleanor Roosevelt in the series.
Viola looked sensational in a white blazer and matching trousers while Gillian opted for a pink and burgundy striped sleeveless dress.
Sensational: The film star’s garment puffed sleeves and a v-neckline
Fashion: Michelle added height to her frame with black sheer heels while she also sported a pair of gold earrings
Michelle recently said she was taken aback by claims she had retired from acting when she was just trying to raise a family.
The First Lady actress reflected on her decision to take a break from Hollywood for around five years after the attention on her and her family made things difficult for her kids Claudia, now 29, and John, 27, when they were growing up.
‘It was, “Well, I’ll only shoot in the summer, and I’ll only shoot here, and I’ll only blah, blah, blah, blah,” and finally it was just too much trouble to hire me,’ she told The Hollywood Reporter.
Michelle and her husband David E. Kelley moved their family away from Los Angeles, landing in Northern California’s Woodside which is in the Silicon Valley area.
The First Lady: Michelle, who plays Betty Ford in The First Lady, posed alongside Viola, who plays Michelle Obama, and Gillian, who plays Eleanor Roosevelt in the series
Looking good: Gillian donned a burgundy and pink striped sleeveless dress for the event
Show: Viola, Gillian and Michelle were joined by producer Cathy Schulman (left) and director Susanne Bier (right)
And after five years she was surprised by the way others saw her career.
She added: ‘I would start to hear that I had retired, and I’d be like, “Wait, no.”‘
Michelle – who has appeared in movies such as Scarface, Grease 2, The Witches of Eastwick and Batman Returns – admitted the move was down to the more challenging aspects of life in the spotlight, and it became even more of an issue with children.
Flawless: Styling her blonde locks into loose waves, the actress completed her look with a light palette of makeup