Veteran actress Helen Mirren, 76, was honoured at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this year, becoming their 57th lifetime achievement award recipient. The star was presented with the Life Achievement Award by Oscar-winning actresses Kate Winslet, 46, (remotely) and Cate Blanchett, 52.
Dame Helen wore a demure pastel pink, embellished Prada number for the special occasion with a matching pink hairband.
Earlier, on the red carpet, the 76-year-old told Variety that the award was “incredibly meaningful” to her and that the honour “completely took me by surprise”.
“Of course, to get it from my fellow actors, it’s amazing.”
She added: “And, I have to say, specifically my fellow actors in America.
“So to get it from my fellow American actors is fantastic.”
Dame Helen recently appeared on the Lorraine show to promote her upcoming film, The Duke, where she hinted that she may be retiring soon.
When Lorraine congratulated her on her SAG lifetime achievement award, Dame Helen said: “It’s a funny moment that, of course, there is a great feeling of pride, you know ‘Wow, me, really?’ and then, of course, there is a slight sting in the tail as well of ‘Oh gosh.’