• Elizabeth Hurley just proved she's basically aging in reverse in a new Instagram.
  • In the photo, the 54-year-old wore a Versace dress from 21 years ago
  • Somehow, she looks even better than she did in the original photo taken in 1999.

Leave it to Elizabeth Hurley to throw back, dress up, and look even better than she did decades ago during quarantine. The model, actress, and bikini designer shared a photo from Harper's Bazaar, in which she wears the pink cowl-neck Versace dress she originally wore to the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards 21 years ago.

The 54-year-old appears to be aging in reverse so, yep, it seems like anything is possible.

Elizabeth Hurley at the CFDA Awards in 1999.
Elizabeth Hurley at the CFDA Awards in 1999.
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"Just hanging at home watching tv for @harpersbazaarus in a @versace dress I wore 21 years ago to the #cfdaawards #lockdown #nineweekstomorrow #TurnUpNotIn," she captioned her post.

To take care of her skin, the actress (and Este Lauder spokesperson) said uses Este Lauder Advanced Night Repair serum, along with La Mer products. "I change my moisturizer depending on how dry my skin is and if the central heating is onyou know, that sort of thing," she told British Vogue in 2019. "At the moment, Im using La Mer and I have the lightweight gel and thick, heavy original formulas which I go between. To take my makeup off I use a wipe and then every couple of days I give my face a really good wash with a cleanser and muslin clothI like a wipe for everyday."

As for staying fit through the years, Elizabeth swears she doesn't do anything in particular, instead relying on household activities to keep active at home. "I do a lot of exercise, but its really the gardening cutting down a hedge, using my chainsaw to cut down a tree, logging, all of that stuff I do. So, Im very active," she told Extra .

As for her diet, Liz watches everything she eats, going as far as to keep her own organic farm when her son Damien was little. "All through summer we eat fruit and vegetables from my own garden. I used to have a small organic farm, and all the meat my son ate was from the farm," she told The Cut . "Obviously thats not possible for most people, but supporting local farmers wherever you live is a good thing."