THERE has been no wrinkle in time for these age-defying celebrities who look decades younger than they really are.
Amanda Holden revealed at the weekend that her friends call her Mandy Button because she seems to be getting younger like the Brad Pitt character Benjamin Button.
The presenter turned 50 earlier this year and doesn’t think she looks her age.
The mother-of-two credits her good looks to genetics and maintains her figure by running, doing yoga and sticking to a vegetarian diet – though she does "love a drink".
Amanda says: "I don’t think I look 50 but I don’t think I look 30. I have been called Mandy Button in the past, which is such a flattering thing.”
And she is certainly not the only famous person to have discovered the secret to staying youthful…
Sixty years plus Carol's figure just doesn't add up – but the former Countdown mathematician has long defied time.
The TV regular, who will turn 61 this month, recently posted a video of her gym workout which included lifting weights.
She's known for sharing sexy selfies online and showing off her enviable hourglass figure.
In 2012, she admitted wanting "a little rejuvenation", but more recently she insisted she’s "the same old Vorders" and promised she hasn’t been under the knife for bottom implants.
The Our Girl actress is no new recruit to television, having first appeared on our screens back in 2008 on Coronation Street.
The 34-year-old actress has always insisted that she doesn't have surgery to thank for her appearance, but she maintains her looks with a series of non-surgical treatments.
Doc to the stars Dr Esho recently revealed Michelle visits his Harley Street clinic for HydraFacials, Vitamin C Skin Resurfacing treatments and Dermapen micro-needling.
Now a mum-of-three, Rochelle appears to hardly have aged a day since 2010.
But the 32-year-old presenter, who has her own line of glow-inducing cosmetics, previously admitted she uses up to 19 products to keep her camera-ready.
For a cleanse, she loves Garnier's Sensitive Skin Micellar Water and the Elemis Pro-Collagen Advanced Eye Treatment,, which is a light eye serum that adds hydration to delicate under eyes.
This Morning bombshell Holly doesn't look like she celebrated turning 40 this year.
The star has swapped frumpy updos from her early days on the box for sleek styles and wears a chic wardrobe.
Holly isn't afraid to admit that she has regular treatments and revealed she has microneedling facials to generate new collagen and promote smoother, firmer and toned skin.
Meghan has always strenuously denied having any tweakments to maintain her glow.
While the Duchess of Sussex's face remains the same, it seems she has picked a darker shade for her raven locks.
But we know that Meghan, 40, loves facials and enjoys experimenting with skincare, such as Dernalux LED phototherapy facials and the techniques of facialist Nichola Joss.
At the grand-old-age of 52, you would be forgiven for thinking J.Lo was still in her thirties as the star is often referred to as "ageing backwards".
And according to the singer it is all down to keeping her skin protected.
She told US Weekly: “I'm rarely in the sun, but if I am, I wear a lot of sunscreen.”
Ben Affleck is a lucky man.
The evergreen actor was the perfect choice to play a man who ages backwards in the 2008 movie The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
In a recent coffeee advert the Oscar winning star looks nothing like his 57 years.
The only telltale sign is the grey hair on the goatee of Brad who has cleaned up his act after admitting drinking too heavily in the past.
Surprisingly, getting up at the crack of dawn to work alongside Piers Morgan every day didn't prematurely age Susanna Reid.
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 50, whose new co-host Richard Madeley knows a thing or two about holding back the years, has clocked up half a century.
Susanna is not believed to have had any surgery – and her age-defying looks are down to hero beauty products and solid skincare.
She previously revealed she has her hair dyed every fortnight in a bid to battle the greys and she has a weekly spray tan to maintain her constant glow.
There's No Doubt this singer's agelessness has taken on legendary status.
She barely seems to have aged a day since the band burst onto the scene way back in 1996.
If anything, she seems younger now – but she’s actually 52. And it's thanks to a strict diet, the "torture" of workouts and wearing "drug store" make-up.
The American businesswoman, socialite, television and media personality, model, actress, singer, DJ and author (that's quite a list of accolades) barely looks a day over 20.
But incredibly, fresh-faced Paris Hilton – who got married recently to Carter Reum – is actually 40.
She previously revealed her secret to youthful appearance is staying out of the sun – something her mother taught her to do – and good skincare.
Incredibly, Mexican-born mum-of-one Salma Hayek is 55.
And she recently revealed that her expanding bust was due to the menopause – not plastic surgery.
Salma, who is in the new House of Gucci movie, said: "They have just kept growing. Many, many sizes. And my back has been really suffering from it."
Music mogul Simon, 62, appears to have reversed the ageing process over the last ten years thanks to a healthy new vegan lifestyle – and a few tweaks here and there.
Self-confessed Botox lover Simon previously admitted to having a £2,000 treatment dubbed a 21st century facelift.
The Silhouette Soft Lift procedure involves sewing bioplastic-infused thread into the face and neck and tugging it to get rid of sagging skin.
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