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Helen Mirren, 77, looks stunning in a gorgeous pink gown at a film festival.

Helen Mirren appeared gorgeous in a sparkling pink gown as she visited the Ora! Film Festival in Monopoli, Italy, on Sunday.

The 77-year-old actress looked stunning in a gorgeous maxi dress adorned with dazzling silver discs.

Her dress was fitted at the waist with a thin, sparkling belt and had dramatic flared sleeves.

She kept things casual with a pair of white open toe shoes and a pair of huge silver hoop earrings.

Helen wore her long silver locks back in a pink headband that cascaded down below her shoulders.

The 1923 actress smiled for the cameras as she posed at the film festival.

Helen cut a relaxed figure as she traveled out of Nice Airport last month after attending the opening night of the 76th Cannes Film Festival.

Her hair was returned to silver only a day after she revealed a striking new blue color at the Jeanne du Barry premiere.

Just the night before, she showed off her distinct sense of style by flawlessly matching the color of her odd new do to her stunning gown.

Helen looked stunning in the figure-hugging gown with a plunging neckline and structured skirt.

To reflect the film’s French historical theme, the L’Oréal spokesperson lifted her freshly colored locks high into a Marie Antoinette-style pouf while posing with a fan that read ‘Worth it,” the hair brand’s renowned tagline.

She finished her appearance by highlighting her features with make-up and wearing a diamond necklace and matching earrings.

She finished the ensemble with a pair of £199 Remy: Silver Suede and Snake pumps from premium brand Sole Bliss.

Following that, she carried a £1,250 Champagne and Silver Luna Clutch from luxury company Aspinal of London, complete with a pearl strap.

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