Dame Joan Collins, 87, shows off her timeless look while sharing an incredible throwback snap
She shared a slew of throwback snaps during the lockdown.
And Dame Joan Collins delighted her fans on Saturday when she celebrated the reopening of the pubs with another classic photo.
The actress, who turned 87 in May, shared a moment when she looked radiant as she rocked one of her children.
Throwback: Joan Collins, 87, 4th of July 4th and reopening of pubs in England with a classic photo featuring one of her children
The timeless mom of three looked gorgeous in a yellow top and sun hat posing for the camera.
The dynasty star, who has been married five times, shares the children Tara and Alexandra with her second husband Anthony Newley, and her third child Katyana with her third husband Ron Kass.
She captioned the module: “I wish everyone young and old a nice 4th of July and Super Saturday.”
It comes after the actress recently poked fun at life in isolation by sharing a snapshot of her younger self in a 1986 promotional image from the 1986 mini-series Monte Carlo.
Funny: The actress recently poked fun at life in a lockdown when she shared a glamorous retrospective look of her character behind bars in the 1986 mini-series Monte Carlo (originally shown)
In an instant, a 1940s-clad Joan seems to be trapped behind bars, as the series saw her character surrounded by spies during World War II.
The star playfully endorsed the post, “ Still Inside, ” along with several crying laughing emojis.
Monte Carlo saw Joan appear alongside veteran actor George Hamilton and originally aired as a two-night event on CBS.
Funny: The Dynasty star playfully endorsed the post: ‘Still inside,’ along with a bunch of crying laughing emojis (pictured in March)
Last month, Joan criticized the British government’s decision to introduce new rules for people flying into the country and announced that they should go in a 14-day quarantine.
When she took to Twitter, the actress slammed the “ridiculous” restrictions in a devastating rant, saying the move punished families for “months”.
In a passionate report, she accused the government of “punishing” families who “blindly” followed the lockdown laws and urged Interior Minister Priti Patel to reconsider.
Fuming: Last month, Joan criticized the British government’s decision to introduce new rules for people flying into the country, calling the rules “ridiculous and unfair”
Enraged: The actress took to Twitter on Twitter and slammed the restrictions into a devastating rant, saying the move ‘punished’ families who had been isolated for months
Scathing: She then wrote another tweet saying it was ‘impossible’ for people to plan their outings this summer, suggesting it was a betrayal to the hospitality industry
She wrote, “This #quarantine rule at airports to keep people from wanting to leave for the summer is ridiculous and unfair.
“Millions of families have blindly followed the instructions to isolate for months and are now being punished. #pritiplease #PRITIPATEL. ‘
She then wrote another tweet saying that it was “impossible” for people to plan their outings this summer, suggesting it was a betrayal to the hospitality industry.
The exclamation: Last month, Dame Joan also criticized the British government for being ‘ageistic’ for people over 70 amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis
She smoked, “It’s impossible to plan a summer vacation for the whole family at the end of June. It is unworkable, unfair and impracticable and it kills the airline and hospitality industry. You have to reconsider #pritiplease #PRITIPATEL. ‘
The TV star divided fans with her opinion, with some seeing her point, while others noted that there are more important things to worry about than a vacation.
This is not the only time the thespian has shared its strong opinion on the decisions imposed by the British government in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month, she criticized the government for being “ageist” for people over 70 in the midst of the ongoing crisis.
In her column for The spectator, according to government advice, the actress claimed that elderly people should stay indoors during the global pandemic was “total discrimination.”