Elizabeth Hurley sports a yellow Versace dress to ring in her 57th birthday

Elizabeth Hurley poses in a yellow dress on her birthday. (Photo: Angela Weiss / AFP)
Elizabeth Hurley poses in a yellow dress on her birthday. (Photo: Angela Weiss / AFP)

Elizabeth Hurley is ringing in her 57th birthday in style.

The Austin Powers star took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of herself posing in a yellow Versace dress while frolicing in a field of flowers. She captioned the post, “Happy Birthday to meeeeeee 2022,” as well as tagged both the official Versace Instagram account and designer Donatella Versace.

Hurley’s followers loved the look, with one writing in the comments section, “Happy birthday ! You haven’t aged in 25 years! I’m convinced you’re a vampire.” Another shared, “Happy Birthday Liz. Your radiant beauty shines forever!”

The English model celebrated another major event on Instagram earlier this week — Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, which honored the monarch’s 70 years of reign. She shared a series of photos of herself on the beach, sporting a white bikini and playing with a disk on the beach that featured an image of the U.K. flag on it. Hurley captioned the post, “Bringing a bit of Blighty to the Caribbean on the momentous Platinum Jubilee. All hail HM Queen Elizabeth.”

The Royals alum, who often shares photos from her life on social media, previously opened up to Yahoo Life about learning to shut out the noise from critics as a public figure.

"Somebody really has to have a lot of self-worth, a lot of self-belief, and they really have to know their own value to want to go into an industry which kind of specializes in kicking you in the face," she explained in her October 2021 interview. "So you really need to be tough and you also need to really understand cycles and how things go up and how things come down and you just can't get too hung up on it. You can't get too depressed when things are bad, because they always get better again. And then they always get bad again — and up and down. You go up and down and you just have to have a good sense of humor. But many people I meet aren't right for it, and it deeply wounds them."

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