Veteran American actress Donna Mills seems to not be aging one bit, as she gifted us with a dazzling appearance on the red carpet along with her daughter Chloe Mills on 28th July, Thursday.
The 81-year-old “Knots Landing” superstar amazed everyone on the red carpet at the United Kingdom premiere of Jorden Peele’s film “Nope” in London. The Emmy Award winner looked gorgeous in a white blazer with detailed lace, layered over a white shirt and matching pants with a pair of beige suede heels. Donna completed her costume with a diamond pendant and a set of gold earrings.
The actress complemented her looks with her 27-year-old daughter Chloe. Donna never married and in 1994 at the age of 54, she adopted Chloe and predominantly raised her as a single parent.
Chloe was dressed in an aesthetic forest green satin slip dress with spaghetti straps and a thigh-high leg slit. She accessorized herself with golden hoop earrings, matching necklaces and a pair of nude platform stilettos.
“A night I would never say NOPE to! Thank you London for the warm welcome and thank you to @jordanpeele for your incredible work and including me in your masterpiece @nopemovie…” Donna wrote on Instagram. “Oh (and to) my baby girl @chloenicolemills for being my date.”
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Chloe also shared snaps from their major night out together. She captioned her post, “Mirror moments.”
Back in May, Donna told People about her decision to become a mother later in her life. “I was very concentrated on my career, but at a certain point, I realized there was something missing — it was a child. So I went after it. I adopted her when she was four days old,” sais Donna.
“By that time, I was 54 and people said, ‘You’re going to be so old (to) have a little toddler running around.’ I never felt that. I never felt older than the other mothers who were probably in their 20s,” she added.
The actress studied at Garvy Elementary School and Taft High School. She got a double promotion at Garvy, then at an early age, she graduated from Taft.
Donna Mills started her career in acting on television in 1966 with a six-month stint on CBS daytime soap opera The Secret Storm, playing the role of Rocket.
The Nope actress is best known for portraying the character of Abby Cunningham on the primetime soap opera Knots Landing in 1980 and it was a regular show until 1989. Next to that, she came into view in a slew of made-for-television films before joining the cast of “General Hospital” in 2014. In 2015, she won a Daytime Emmy for that.