Helen Mirren wows in decadent Dolce and Gabbana gown at Venice fashion show

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Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images
Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images

Dame Helen Mirren wowed in a stunning gown by Dolce and Gabbana at the fashion house’s show in Venice, Italy.

The decadent gown featured a flowing skirt decorated in the style of a renaissance painting, while the gold bodice was studded with jewels and finished with braided detailing.

Helen rocked her natural hair colour in a stylish up-do with a statement red lip. The star epitomised Hollywood royalty as she posted in a Venetian piazza, sharing a photograph of the moment on her Instagram page.

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In a caption alongside the image Helen wrote that she had a “strange and wonderful dream” where she was in, “Piazza San Marco in Venice, dressed like a member of the Contarini Family, and before me appeared many beautiful goddesses dressed in heavenly clothes, as a rainbow and lightening appeared and thunder rolled, and as the vision disappeared a beautiful rain began to fall.”

She added, “and then the following happened!” referring to the stunning image.

The star also posted a photo dancing hand in hand with her Fast and Furious co-star Vin Diesel, captioning the image, “I danced in the rain with VIN DIESEL!”

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Helen Mirren stars in F9, the latest instalment in the ongoing Fast and Furious franchise. She had appeared in earlier films as Queenie, mother of the Shaw siblings including Deckard (Jason Statham) and Hattie (Vanessa Kirby).

In trailers for the latest film we see snippets of Helen driving a purple sports car and said the experience was "a dream" and added she has now learnt how to do a "double declutch."

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