Icon of “Knots Landing,” Donna Mills, 81, dazzles on the red carpet with her daughter.

Alongside her daughter Chloe Mills, the 81-year-old “Knots Landing” legend dazzled on the red carpet at the “Nope” movie’s UK premiere. Donna, who has never been married, adopted Chloe in 1994 at the age of 54 and has nurtured her for the most part alone.

She stated in May about her choice to become a mother later in life. She was extremely focused on her job, but at a certain point, she realized there was something missing — it was a kid. So she pursued it. When her daughter was four days old, she adopted her.

At that point, she was 54, and many remarked that she was too old to have a child wandering about. She had never felt that. Even though the other moms were presumably in their 20s, she never felt older than them.

On Thursday, Chloe chose an emerald green satin dress with nude platforms and gold accents, while Donna opted for a stylish white pantsuit with a nude kitten heel.

“An evening I would never refuse! Thank you to @jordanpeele for featuring me in his masterwork, @nopemovie, and to London for the gracious welcome. On Instagram, Donna posted. Oh, and thanks to my date, my baby girl @chloenicolemills.

In the caption of the images she posted from their big night out together, Chloe said, “Mirror moments.”

As the evil Abby Cunningham on the primetime serial opera “Knots Landing,” which she featured in from 1980 to 1989, Donna Mills, the star of “Nope,” is best known. Before joining the cast of “General Hospital” in 2014, she featured in a number of made-for-television movies following her departure. She received a Daytime Emmy for it in 2015.

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