Brigitte Nielsen looked incredibly youthful in a photo she shared on Instagram to ring in 2021.
The Red Sonja star, 57, posed in her home with her husband, Mattia Dessi, giving a rare insight into their happy marriage.
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In the snapshot, Brigitte and her hubby were smiling for the camera and wearing Happy New Year hats while sitting in their kitchen.
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Brigitte captioned the photo: "Not many will be missing the 2020 [sic]. Hoping for a better new year for ALL!... AUGURI! (just simply can't be worse, right??)"
Her fans mirrored her sentiment amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic but also marvelled at her gorgeous complexion, calling her "beautiful," and "stunning".
Others also noticed how Brigitte and Mattia were co-ordinated in their dress code for their at-home party.
"Love the matching outfits," wrote one, while another said: "You two are too cute."
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Brigitte and Mattia have been married since 2006
The couple have been married since 2006 and he is Brigitte's fifth husband.
The Danish-born actress - who was famously married to Sylvester Stallone in the 80s - met Mattia when he was a waiter in Switzerland.
She opened up about tying the knot with a much younger man in an interview in The Guardian.
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Brigitte has five children and she shares her youngest with Mattia
Brigitte confessed: "My current husband, Mattia Dessi, is 15 years younger than me and I’m really happy now. He's probably more mature than me mentally, but physically we're not the same and I do wonder if he will love me when I am 60 and he is 45."
They have a two-year-old daughter, Frida, together and Brigitte is also a mum to four other children.
The star had been trying IVF for a decade with several failed attempts. She and Mattia continued trying for a child, despite doctors telling her she only had a 2.5 per cent chance of success.
She gave birth to her little girl at the age of 54.
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