Andie MacDowell became a senior citizen when she turned 65-years-old on April 21.
And she was seen for the first time since her milestone birthday when she was walking in the quiet Los Angeles neighborhood of Silver Lake on Monday.
The 65-year-old actress – who will be included in a Brat Pack documentary – had on light makeup and her gray hair in a casual top knot as she was seen in a park.
Andie has been vocal in the past few years about her Gray pride as she refused to rely on harsh hair dye for a more youthful appearance.
The beauty was dressed for comfort in a white knitted sweater and black-and-white polka dot slacks with gold sandals and a bag slung over her shoulder.
In the US, 65 is the age at which you start receiving retirement benefits if you were born in or before 1937.
If you were born in or after 1960, your retirement age is 67.
Andie was born in 1958.
This comes after news she will be co-starring with Michael Keaton for a new version of their hit sci-fi comedy Multiplicity.
Their new comedy Goodrich stars Michael as an art dealer who has to cope with his career being on the rocks and his family life simultaneously going up in flames.
Michael’s character Andy Goodrich finds himself caring alone for his nine-year-old twins when his second wife goes to rehab and raises the specter of divorce.
The personal upheaval forces Andy to repair his equation with Carol, his pregnant adult daughter from a previous relationship played by Mila Kunis.
It emerged this week via Deadline that Andie, as well as True Detective actress Carmen Ejogo and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actor Kevin Pollak, had been added to the ensemble of the movie.
Written and directed by Nancy Meyer’s daughter Hallie Meyers-Shyer, the movie began principal photography this week in Los Angeles, where it is set.
Andie and Michael previously starred together in the 1996 movie Multiplicity from Caddyshack director Harold Ramis.
Michael played a character who has himself cloned only to discover that each version of him has its own distinct personality.
The wacky plot was based on a short story in the National Lampoon by Chris Miller, who also helped write the screenplay.
Multiplicity turned out upon its release to be a box office flop, on top of which it polarized the critics to the tune of a 45% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Andie’s latest gig comes amid the career rise of her 28-year-old daughter Margaret Qualley, who has been a focal point for the recent ‘nepo baby’ furor.
Margaret is one of a massive glut of rising new starlets with famous parents, from Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp to Heidi Klum’s daughter Leni Klum.
Maya Hawke, whose parents are Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, and Kaia Gerber, whose mother is Cindy Crawford, have shot to fame in recent years as well.
Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon, Judd Apatow’s daughter Maude Apatow and Elvis Presley’s granddaughter Riley Keough are also coming up, among others.
The online chatter around ‘nepo babies’ reached a fever pitch in December after New York magazine ran a viral cover story about the phenomenon.
Dakota Johnson, whose parents are Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith and whose grandmother is Hitchcock blonde Tippi Hedren, was one of the faces on the cover.
Meanwhile the director of Andie’s new movie is also a showbiz legacy as the daughter of two film directors – both Nancy Meyers. whose work includes Something’s Gotta Give, and Charles Shyer, who made Father Of The Bride.