Sharon Stone really is a timeless beauty. The 63-year-old blew fans away when she shared a new photo on Instagram this week - and they all came to the same conclusion.
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The snapshot shows Sharon in profile looking out over the Monaco shoreline from a balcony, smiling as she enjoys the sunset.
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The Basic Instinct star is dressed in the most incredible outfit - a slinky metallic Dolce and Gabbana gown featuring think straps and delicate beading. She accessorized with statement earrings and a matching silver clutch, adding a pop of color with a large emerald-colored ring.
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"Monaco: Royal James Bond Premiere @007," Sharon captioned the photograph - a detail fans were quick to latch on to. "You should be a Bond girl!" one follower told the star while a second echoed: "She would have been a perfect Bond girl…"
Sharon looked incredible in her metallic gown
Others took to sharing love heart and flame emojis while Brooke Shields sweetly noted: "You keep getting more gorgeous!"
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It was Sharon's second show-stopping appearance in less than a week. On Sunday, she stepped out for the Zurich Film Festival in the most incredible gown made of gold paillette sequins.
The star wore a stunning gold dress to attend the Zurich Film Festival
The stunning Dolce and Gabbana floor-length dress showed off her absolutely phenomenal figure with its mermaid silhouette and ensured she stole the show as she was honored with the Golden Icon Award.
During her time in Zurich, Sharon spoke to Variety about her family life growing up in Pennsylvania. Calling her father Joseph an "extreme feminist", she explained: "He came from wealth, from oil drilling, and when he was little, there was a huge accident. His father died three months later and all the money went to another family."
Sharon pictured with her parents, Dorothy and Joseph
Sharon continued: "He thought it was so wrong that his mother didn't get half of it, just because she was a woman. My dad was insistent that I have this feminist attitude. So much so that I never thought of myself as a feminist. These were the rules of my household."
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