Dame Joan Collins, 88, cuts a glamorous figure in a floral silk dress as she leaves The Ivy in Chelsea with husband Percy Gibson, 56
Dame Joan Collins brought old Hollywood glamour to The Ivy in Chelsea on Monday night.
The actress, 88, wowed in a silk midi dress which had a calla lily print as she left the restaurant with husband Percy Gibson.
Joan complemented the look with a structured pink cape jacket which had a flower brooch.
Dame Joan Collins brought old Hollywood glamour to The Ivy in Chelsea on Monday night and was pictured leaving the restaurant alongside her dapper husband Percy Gibson
The Dynasty star carried a pink pashmina and added a boost to her height with pale blue peep toe heels.
She accessorised her evening wear with statement earrings and a pink quilted bag.
Percy, meanwhile, cut a dapper figure in a black suit with a blue shirt and yellow tie.
The actress, 88, wowed in a silk midi dress which had a calla lily print as she left the restaurant with husband Percy Gibson
Last month Joan paid tribute to her on-screen Dynasty husband Michael Nader.
The actor died aged 76 on August 23, 10 days after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Joan wrote for the Mail On Sunday: ‘The last time I saw Michael, my husband Percy and I were on a New York rooftop celebrating New Year’s Eve with friends. He looked frail and had lost his hair, but he still had that spark and charm that I remembered only too well from our first meeting.
‘Sizing him up as my future co-star all those years ago, I decided he was tall but not too tall.
Tribute: Last month Joan paid tribute to her on-screen Dynasty husband Michael Nader (pictured in 1985)
‘He had black hair, but not too much of it, and he had a ‘machismo’ that I thought would blend well with Alexis’s feisty temperament.
‘Of all my Dynasty husbands, he was far and away the best looking, the best actor and the most charming, and I was extremely happy to have married him. (Sorry, Percy!)’
Michael starred as Dynasty’s Dex from 1983 to 1989, and he later appeared in All My Children from 1991 to 2001, and again in 2013.
The actor – the nephew of Hollywood star George Nader – first admitted in 1984 that he had battled drug addiction.
But the star also admitted at the time he had committed to a life of sobriety in 1980.
However, he was arrested for drink-driving in 1997,and he was arrested again in 2001 when he attempted to sell cocaine to an undercover police officer in a New York nightclub.
But the incident inspired him to re-commit to his sobriety.
His wife Jodi said in a statement following his passing: ‘With a heavy heart, I’m sharing the news of the passing of my beloved, Michael.
‘We had 18 wonderful years together with the many dogs we fostered and adopted.
‘Recently, Michael was so thrilled to reconnect with his friends from the cast of Dynasty during Emma Samms’ virtual event to help raise funds for long-COVID research.
‘He was a beautiful and fascinating man with many talents and skills. I will miss him forever.’
They were close pals: Nader and Collins are pictured together at party to celebrate the 200th Episode of Dynasty in 1988 at the Dynasty Set in Hollywood