They’ve been married since February 2002 and appear to be just as in love as ever.
And Joan Collins, 85, and husband Percy Gibson, 53, dressed up for a date night at their favourite LA restaurant Craig’s on Monday night.
Joan was impeccably dressed for the night out, wearing a black LBD with a statement necklace.
Power couple: Joan Collins, 85, wore a classic LBD and a statement necklace for a date night with husband Percy Gibson, 53 at Craig’s restaurant in LA on Monday night
Glamour: Joan wore a pair of monochrome heels and completed her look with a slick of ruby red lipstick
She wore a pair of monochrome heels and completed her look with a slick of ruby red lipstick.
Her look was smartened up with a black blazer and she carried a tiny clutch bag in her hand.
Percy was also dressed to impress on the night, wearing a smart suit over a white shirt.
No problems here: Joan and Percy have been married since February 2002 and appear to be just as in love as ever
Details: Joan carried a cute little clutch bag in hand and a warming shawl for the occasion
Joan’s latest movie role sees her playing a frail OAP in Gerry, which was released earlier this year.
Back in August, Joan shared a photo from the set of the new short film, looking worlds away from her usual self in frumpy clothing and gaunt prosthetics.
She plays the role of Hilda – a lonely pensioner in an old people’s home.
Clutching a tray of half-eaten food and wearing a small wreath on her chest, Joan shoots a devastating look at the camera, as her character celebrates another lonely Christmas in the home.
Gerry follows the Dynasty star as Hilda, a widow trying to move on from her heartbreak after spending several years alone.
Sharing another heartbreaking snap – which sees her sitting alone in an armchair – the film’s producers gushed of Joan’s ‘outstanding’ on-screen presence to followers.
What a difference: Back in August, Joan shared a photo from the set of the new short film, Gerry, looking worlds away from her usual self in frumpy clothing and gaunt prosthetics