Felicity Kendall, 76, shows off her smooth look on her show Noises Off West End

Felicity Kendall showed off incredibly dewy skin while attending press night for her new show Noises Off at the Phoenix Theater in London on Wednesday.

The Good Life actress, 76, cut a charming figure at the party after taking to the stage as Dotty Otley.

Felicity’s appearance follows an interview where she said she simply “doesn’t care” what she looks like at the age of 76, and also reflected on how her use of Botox caused a “shocked” reaction from the public.

YOUTH:elicity Kendall, 76, showed off incredibly smooth skin while attending press night for her new show Noises Off at the Phoenix Theater in London on Wednesday

YOUTH:elicity Kendall, 76, showed off incredibly smooth skin while attending press night for her new show Noises Off at the Phoenix Theater in London on Wednesday

Felicity cut a sophisticated figure in a black bodysuit with silky lapels and a white shirt after her change from her floral apron outfit.

The TV star wore her blonde locks in soft waves and was still wearing her heavy makeup on stage.

Felicity looked decades younger than her 76-year-old when she was smiling for the cameras at the after party.

Glam: The Good Life actress cut a glam figure at the party after hitting the stage as Dotty Otley

Glam: The Good Life actress cut a glam figure at the party after hitting the stage as Dotty Otley

Sadiq:elicity's appearance comes after a candid interview where she simply said

Sadiq:elicity’s appearance comes after a candid interview where she said she simply “doesn’t care” what she looks like at 76

The actress had previously wowed on stage as Dotty in the play, which follows the behind-the-scenes antics of a cast and crew doing a (fictional) play Nothing’s On.

It also stars Tracy Ann Oberman and Matthew Kelly.

Felicity’s appearance comes afterelicity said she cares more about looking “appearance” than looking younger than her years in a one-piece times.

Walking the Planks: The actress had earlier dazzled on stage as Dotty in the play, which follows the behind-the-scenes antics of a cast and crew doing a (fictional) play Nothing is Over

Walking the Planks: The actress had earlier dazzled on stage as Dotty in the play, which follows the behind-the-scenes antics of a cast and crew doing a (fictional) play Nothing is Over

Cast: Tracy Ann Oberman, Alexander Hanson, and Matthew Kelly also star

Cast: Tracy Ann Oberman, Alexander Hanson, and Matthew Kelly also star

FESTIVALS: Tracy Ann and Matthew Kelly enjoyed a well-deserved drink withelicity after the show

FESTIVALS: Tracy Ann and Matthew Kelly enjoyed a well-deserved drink withelicity after the show

CALLING: (LR) Sasharost, Joseph Melson, Tracey Ann, Matthew,elicity, Alexander Hanson, Peter Lonkoz, Hubert Burton, and Jonathan Koe bow in curtain call during press night

CALLING: (LR) Sasharost, Joseph Melson, Tracey Ann, Matthew,elicity, Alexander Hanson, Peter Lonkoz, Hubert Burton, and Jonathan Koe bow in curtain call during press night

The actress previously made headlines in 2021 with her remarkably smooth look, after she shared her affiliation with fillers and other anti-aging techniques.

Reflecting on her looks,elicity said: ‘Do I care what I look like at 76? Not right. I like to look elegant, my mother used to say, but that’s good manners, not vanity.

I’ve talked about using Botox in the past and it seemed to be causing such a stir – as if it were a shocking recent phenomenon. Humans have been taking care of themselves for thousands of years: tattoos, corsets, lilies with dried wigs.

People tell me I was a sex symbol in the 70s, but I never considered myself ‘pretty’, I wasn’t in the same league as Julie Christie or Catherine Deneuve – don’t get me wrong, I’m perfectly happy with what I got, but I didn’t get the job because I had a face and a body Screen electrification.

Outlook:elicity's appearance comes afterelicity said she cared more about her appearance

Outlook:elicity’s appearance comes afterelicity said she cares more about “looking” than looking younger than her years.

WRINKLEREE:elicity previously revealed that she's a fan of Botox.  'I do it every six months,' she said, 'and then you don't get that horrible little frown line.'

TV Icon:elicity became a beloved household name starring in The Good Life, despite only being shown for 30 episodes over four series (pictured in 2000)

this is different! The actress (right in 2000) made headlines in 2021 (left) with her remarkably smooth look, after she shared her affiliation with fillers and other anti-aging techniques.

Felicity added that she feels modern times are “very sober” when it comes to women’s looks, adding that in the ’70s they weren’t “afraid” to dress up.

In 2021,elicity caught fans’ attention during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, showing off her youthful face while discussing her latest big stage role in Anything Goes.

The Good Life star previously revealed that she’s a fan of Botox, and told L.A Sunday times Journal: “I do it every six months, and then you don’t get that horrible little frown line.”

However, the grandmother-of-two has since revealed that she has given up on Botox and instead relies on yoga, Pilates, and weightlifting to stay youthful.

Fabulous:elicity added that she feels modern times are 'too cute' when it comes to women's looks, adding that in the '70s they weren't 'afraid' to dress up (pictured in 1968)

Fabulous:elicity added that she feels modern times are ‘too cute’ when it comes to women’s looks, adding that in the ’70s they weren’t ‘afraid’ to dress up (pictured in 1968)

I told Good housekeeping Journal: “There comes a point where you have to match parts of you with other parts.”

Although she has never had a face-lift, the actress does have fillers around her mouth.

‘There was a time when you’d think, ‘I’m over 60,’elicity explained, ‘and I could never wear a miniskirt again because of my wrinkled knees.

“Then she comes out the other end and says, Damn, I have good legs, I’m going to wear tights and a miniskirt.”

Health kick:elicity previously revealed that she's given up Botox and instead relies on yoga, Pilates, and weightlifting to stay youthful.

Health kick:elicity previously revealed that she’s given up Botox and instead relies on yoga, Pilates, and weightlifting to stay youthful.

In 2007, at the age of 67, Kendall told The Daily Mail why she took a break from Botox, though she may have since revisited.

She said: I haven’t done fillers or Botox in a long time. There comes a point where you have to match parts of you with other parts, or else you’ll get a terrible random situation.

Felicity said she stopped taking Botox in 2010 during a 2012 interview but said at the time she was considering taking it again.

“I might get it again soon,” she said. It’s nice not to have lines when you frown, especially on TV. I don’t know why people are making such a fuss about it. No one cares if a woman covers her teeth or dyes her hair.

Looking good:elicity was featured on Strictly in 2010, the year she took a break from Botox

Looking good:elicity was featured on Strictly in 2010, the year she took a break from Botox

She also said: You don’t have fillers when your cheekbones are high! It’s squirrel time! The only thing to do in the end is the whole thing [a facelift] But you have to do it when you are 40 years old.

And don’t stare around the delicate eye area forelicity’s sake. She had severe astigmatism for years, which meant she needed to use a magnifying glass to apply her makeup. Then, after she got tired of squinting, she had a lens implant in 2009.

‘I see more now than I did before,’ she said later. It’s the most magical process in the world – going from being blind to real seeing.

Felicity indulges in rigorous regular exercises and a lifelong yoga practice. She says she remembers watching her mother, who ran a Shakespeare touring company in India, do yoga exercises when she was a little girl.

“I used to work out about three hours a week doing pilates and weights,” she said. Now I have to do five or six hours to get the same result.

She said: ¿I used to exercise three hours a week doing pilates and weights.  Now I have to do five or six hours to get the same result.” - Pictured in 1985

“I used to work out about three hours a week doing pilates and weights,” she said. Now I have to do five or six hours to get the same result.” – Pictured in 1985

Felicity became a beloved household name starring in The Good Life, despite only running 30 episodes over four series.

The mother of two converted to Judaism when she married her second husband, Michael Rodman, who is Jewish.

The couple divorced in 1990 but have since gotten back together. Her first marriage, to actor Drew Henley, lasted 11 years, and she was only 21 when they got married.

She has two grandchildren, but says she has 12 in total because she considers her late sister’s children and their children to be her own, as well as Rodman’s children from his first marriage.

Barely a Day Old:elicity was photographed in 1971

Barely a Day Old:elicity was photographed in 1971


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