Julianne Moore has a very positive approach to aging and it certainly seems to be working.
The When You Finish Saving the World star took to Instagram on Thursday to show off her press day look and fans were falling over themselves to compliment her.
The 61-year-old actress wore a simple outfit consisting of blue jeans, a white vest and black blazer but her smile almost eclipsed everything else.
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Julianne wore bold, red lipstick and beamed for the camera, looking every inch the professional she is.
Fans commented with on-fire emojis and wrote: "Wowza," and, "beautiful," while others asked her the secret to her flawless complexion and many said they couldn't believe her age.
Julianne has previously revealed that good genes play a large part in keeping her young but also the beauty lessons her mom instilled in her from an early age.
Julianne dazzled with her youthful complexion
"My mother has a lot to do with it because she wouldn’t let us go in the sun," the redhead told The Sunday Times. "She couldn't be in the sun and I look just like her. I wear a sunscreen on my face every day and a hat too."
As for her diet, she admits she has a healthy regime with plenty of vegetables and fresh fish, but she doesn't deprive herself.
"I'm not that good, I like wine. I try to stick to things that make me happy," she said.
Talking about the aging process, she added: "It seems so silly to talk about it as something negative when it is a privilege to continue to age."
Julianne is a proud mom-of-two
Julianne has two grown children with her husband, Bart Freundlich, but she didn't find love until a little later in life.
"I have been so lucky, I really have," she confessed. "As a young person I was hard-working, laser-focused. I was persistent and consistent, always prepared for an audition, always on time. And I was working really well.
"But I did find my personal life wasn’t successful, and it wasn't until I was in my early 30s that I decided, 'I want that too.' I wanted to have a family, to have children and to make sure I was with someone who wanted to have children too."
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