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Joan Collins, 85, wears a classic LBD for date night with husband Percy Gibson, 53

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

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

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

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

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

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