Liz Hurley looked pin-credible as she flashed her famous legs when she dressed up as a buxom lady of the manor at an Elizabethan-themed birthday bash.
The stunning 49-year-old model donned a figure-hugging green dress, furry bolero and dinky fascinator for the high-brow party in Upton Cressett, near Bridgnorth, Shropshire.
She was a guest of honour of owner William Cash who threw the party to celebrate the 30th birthday of his wife Lady Laura Cash.
The event also coincided with celebrations for William’s father Sir Bill Cash who was recently knighted in the Queen’s birthday honours.
She stayed on Saturday night in The Thatcher Suite in the Gatehouse where Margaret Thatcher stayed for two nights with Sir Denis Thatcher in 1994.
Liz, who lives in nearby Ledbury, Herefordshire, said: “I love Upton Cressett as it is so untouched by the industrial age – it is a magical step back in time.”
The 50 guests were friends of Lady Laura and her family, including the Earl Charles and
Countess Vivien Cathcart, Lord Gavin and Lady Harriet Hamilton, and Rupert and Christina Kenyon Slaney.
Earl Cathcart came dressed as a medieval executioner, while others came as musketeers from France and court jesters.