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Michelle Pfeiffer, 65, exudes youthful radiance while draping her petite frame in an Irish sweater and sweatpants in Los Angeles

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Michelle Pfeiffer exuded youthful radiance at 65 when she was spotted dashing around Los Angeles doing errands this week.

The Scarface bombshell was still instantly recognizable from the heyday of her superstardom in the 1980s and 1990s. 

She draped her still impressively petite frame in a cream knit turtleneck, layered over a white shirt to ward off the lingering chilly weather.

Sliding her vertiginous legs into a pair of monochrome sweats, she accessorized with cat-eye sunglasses and a cross-body bag and rounded off the look with UGGs. 

Sweeping her signature flaxen locks back behind her head, the Batman Returns sharpened her unmistakable features with naturalistic makeup. 

Michelle Pfeiffer exuded youthful radiance at 65 when she was spotted dashing around Los Angeles doing errands this week

Michelle Pfeiffer exuded youthful radiance at 65 when she was spotted dashing around Los Angeles doing errands this week

In her 50s, Michelle attributed her willowy figure and fresh complexion to her veganism, but a few years ago she revealed she had changed her eating habits.

She told the Sunday Times Style Magazine in 2019 that she ‘went through a vegan phase’ but had since switched to a ‘paleoish’ diet.

Her fitness regimen involved waking up ‘with the sunrise’ and working through an exercise routine that included Pilates, yoga and running.

Although her eating habits were restricted, she dished that one exception to her ‘paleo’ lifestyle was enjoying a bit of ‘wine or tequila’ at night.

Years earlier, she had extolled the virtues of veganism at length in an Urbanette interview about her efforts to stay healthy and beautiful. 

‘Eating a vegan diet – it’s just so much healthier – and you avoid a lot of toxins that could age your skin and body,’ she shared.

‘I really noticed a difference in my skin not too long after switching to fully vegan. And I needed to eat the fruits and vegetables to stay lean.’

With a laugh, the Hollywood sex symbol hailed as ‘white gold’ in Uptown Funk candidly confessed: ‘It’s all about vanity, honestly.’

The Scarface bombshell was still instantly recognizable from the heyday of her superstardom in the 1980s and 1990s

She draped her still impressively petite frame in a cream knit turtleneck, layered over a white shirt to ward off the lingering chilly weather

The Scarface bombshell was still instantly recognizable from the heyday of her superstardom in the 1980s and 1990s

The Married To The Mob star looking stylish in a suit last week in LA

The Married To The Mob star looking stylish in a suit last week in LA

Seen with her husband David E Kelley who is the producer of Big Little Lies

Seen with her husband David E Kelley who is the producer of Big Little Lies

She added: ‘The older I’ve gotten, the more it’s occurred to me that I’m doing it in order to live longer, though the vanity component will always be there.’

Her decision was influenced in part by former US President Bill Clinton, and in part by the death of her own father Richard in 1998.

‘I was watching CNN, and The Last Heart Attack came on. I watched Bill Clinton talk about the last heart attack he had and learned that Clinton is a foodie,’ she recalled.

‘He’s a smart guy, so I’m thinking: “if Bill Clinton loves the book by Dr. Esselstyn, there must be something that makes him stick to it.” He isn’t going to do something unless that there’s science behind it,’ Michelle reasoned.

‘So I got the book and I just felt like the science behind it was irrefutable. I couldn’t avoid the truth in it. My father died from cancer, and the older you get there’s a lot of disease. You see people dying from chronic disease and terminal illnesses. Anyway, science is always changing, but this one seems to stick,’ she argued.

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