She’s known for taking fancy dress very seriously - and showed off an incredible Kill Bill costume for Halloween recently.
Now, Elizabeth Hurley has impressed her 1.5m fans on Instagram once more with a sexy ‘Ninja’ outfit.
The star, 54, donned the head-turning ensemble for a party with friends - also dressed up as ninjas - over the festive period.
Her look featured a black and red plunging leotard, complete with criss-cross string around her legs, and a bandana covering half her face.
The mum-of-one - who finished off with her signature smokey eye and blow-dried brunette locks - shared snaps from the gathering in a post online.
For the caption, she wrote: “Ninja night #xmas.”
It was a hit with her followers, who gave the pics 93.2k ‘likes’.
One person commented: “Umm....wow.”
Another wrote: “Sexiest woman alive.”
A third shared: “You are so gorgeous.”
And a fourth added: “Absolute goals.”
Earlier this year, the actress wowed in a black and yellow jumpsuit to channel Uma Thurman’s character from Kill Bill.
Committing fully to the look, Liz wore a blonde wig over her long brunette locks.
In her hand, she held a toy Samurai sword which she posed with for photographs from what appeared to be a bustling Halloween party.
It comes as it was revealed the star slipped on ‘That Dress’ by accident when she was snubbed by a series of fashion designers.
The model turned heads when she wore a now-iconic daring black gown, held together by oversized gold safety pins, to the premiere of Four Weddings And a Funeral with then-boyfriend Hugh Grant in 1994.
However, the actor, 59, has since revealed that his unknown 28-year-old date - who accompanied him to the launch of the film, which made him a household name, in London’s Leicester Square - that she put on the low-cut dress after being snubbed by a string of top designers.
In a BBC documentary, he explained that she had called up several fashion houses in the hope they would lend her something to wear to the glamorous event - however they refused, claiming they hadn’t heard of her.
Hugh - then aged 33 - said: "There was a big premiere and someone told us - we knew nothing then, me and Elizabeth, about how you sort of cope with those things - someone said: 'Oh you can borrow things from top designers.'
"Poor Elizabeth rang some top designers and they all said: 'No, who are you?' or 'No, we're not lending you anything.'
"Then Versace said: 'Yes, we'll lend you a dress', and they just sent one round which is that one with the safety pins.
"So she shoved it on and I raised my eyebrows a fraction and we set off."
Words by Lauren Clark
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