The iconic James Bond movie GoldenEye aired on ITV tonight, and bond girl Izabella Scorupco looks no different 27 years on.
Back in 1995 Izabella portrayed the role of bond bombshell Natalya Simonova alongside Pierce Brosnan in the James Bond film GoldenEye.
Today the Polish-Swedish actress is 52 years of age, yet doesn't look any older than when she first graced our screens in the blockbuster.
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Taking to Instagram recently, the stunning blonde shared a slew of snaps for her loyal legion of more than 140,000 followers to swoon over.
One of the snaps saw the ageless star don a simple black bikini while on a boat as she enjoyed a glass of something sweet and strong.
Showing off her flat tummy, the actress looked right at home on the lavish mode of transportation.
With her hair flowing in the wind, Izabella beamed as she posed for the camera and showed off her taut stomach and toned physique.
Her legs looked never-ending as she beamed for the snap.
Other snaps that the beautiful movie star has posted recently see her parade her ageless looks in selfies and flexible snaps.
A selfie with palm trees behind her see the star go makeup free while wearing just a black string bikini top.
Looking nonchalant, Izabella could pass for 20 in the snap.
Another snap saw the then-50-year-old show off her flexibility when she saw in the new year in the best way possible.
Looking incredible glam, the blonde bombshell donned a floaty red dress with a plunging neckline as she sipped from a glass.
With her hand on her hip and one leg kicked up in the air as she perched on a stool, the movie star looked incredible.
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