'Do you ever age?' Liz Hurley stuns in thigh-high slit gown she first wore 21 years ago

Elizabeth Hurley has stunned fans by posing in a Versace dress she first wore 21 years ago.

The 54-year-old model shared the image of her wearing the shiny, pink mini dress while lounging on her bed during the coronavirus lockdown.

Elizabeth Hurley has stunned fans in by wearing a Versace gown she first wore 21 years ago, pictured here in New York November 2019. Photo: Getty Images

A quick scroll through the archives suggests Hurley previously wore the shimmering Versace dress in 1999 at the American Fashion Awards in New York, when she was dating actor Hugh Grant.

Fast forward 21 years and the model looks equally as elegant in the body-skimming pink gown, as fans were keen to point out in the comments.

“Looking as good as u did 21 years ago as well,” one user wrote.

“Do you ever age?” another asked.

“Still looking great in that dress 21 years later,” yet another fan commented.

Elizabeth Hurley previously wore the Versace gown at the 18th annual American Fashion Awards, in June 1999. Photo: Getty Images

While other users pointed out the star had most definitely upped the ante on quarantine dressing.

“If you have to hang at home it might as well be in Versace dress,” one joked.

Like many of us, Hurley seems to be yearning for life pre-lockdown.

She has been isolating in the UK with her son Damian, but clearly longing for coronavirus-free times as earlier this week she posted a throwback snap of her posing in a teal coloured bikini in the Maldives.

Sharing the picture for her 1.6million followers alongside the caption: “No- I’m not in the Maldives, I’m weeding my rose beds in Blighty, but this was me in Feb (seems like a lifetime ago)”

Once again the image offered proof the 54-year-old never seems to age.

“How does this woman avoid the aging [sic] process?” one fan asked in the comments section of her IG pic.

We’d love to know too!

Instead of the Maldives, Hurley is spending time at home with her son.

The duo recently took their dogs for a walk in the countryside as they practiced social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Words by Marie Claire Dorking

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