Sir Michael Caine, 91, look dapper in navy suit as he pushes a walker while  arriving for dinner at The Ivy

Sir Michael Caine looked dapper as he arrived at The Ivy in London for dinner on Wednesday evening.

The Batman actor, 91, sported a navy blazer and dark trousers which he wore with a light blue shirt. 

Michael made his way to the venue with the help of a walking frame. The film star has had trouble with his mobility since he fell on ice and broke his ankle in 2018.

However, last year he switched to a walker after undergoing back surgery in 2022.

Michael has spinal stenosis, a condition that narrows the spinal canal and can cause back and leg pain. 

Sir Michael Caine looked dapper as he arrived at The Ivy in London for dinner on Wednesday evening

The Batman actor, 91, sported a navy blazer and dark trousers which he wore with a light blue shirt

The Batman actor, 91, sported a navy blazer and dark trousers which he wore with a light blue shirt

Michael made his way to the venue with the help of a walking frame. The film star has had trouble with his mobility since he fell on ice and broke his ankle in 2018

Michael made his way to the venue with the help of a walking frame. The film star has had trouble with his mobility since he fell on ice and broke his ankle in 2018

Surgery is usually recommended only when non-surgical treatments have not been effective.

The actor previously explained: ‘I have a spine problem which affects my leg, so I can’t walk very well.’  

Michael announced his retirement from acting in October 2023 – after a career spanning eight decades.

His final film, biographical drama The Great Escaper, was released the same month as his announcement.

It is based on the true story of British World War II Royal Navy veteran Bernard Jordan who, at 89 years old, ‘broke out’ of his nursing home to attend the 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations in France in June 2014.

Also starring was Glenda Jackson, and the film proved to be her last role as she died just weeks after filming concluded.

However, Michael may still have another production under his belt.

Michael announced his retirement from acting in October 2023 - after a career spanning eight decades (pictured in August 2021)

Michael announced his retirement from acting in October 2023 – after a career spanning eight decades (pictured in August 2021)

As 2023 drew to a close, The Sun reported that Michael will come out of retirement to star in an unnamed Netflix programme.

A source told the publication: ‘He’s been asked to star in a Netflix series. Details are kept closely guarded.’

Representatives for Michael and Netflix have been contacted by MailOnline for further comment.

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