Catherine Zeta-Jones, 49, looked phenomenal as she slipped into a velvet frock which featured a sexy thigh-high split.
The off-the-shoulder number perfectly showed off her age-defying physique as it hugged her curves.
The dazzling garment also featured a low-cut neckline, which teased her décolletage.
Catherine showed off her lean pins at Wales’ National Day Gala in New York, thanks to the racy slit up one leg.
The star completed her look with a pair of red high-heels and wore dangly earrings.
With her brunette locks tied up into a stunning up ‘do, Catherine oozed glamour.
At the event, the Chicago actress was presented with an honorary degree from The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.
Catherine posed on the red carpet with her two children, son Dylan, 18, and 15-year-old daughter Carys.
Carys’ look was very similar to her mum’s as she opted for a red frock which swept the floor.
While Dylan looked very dapper in a black suit, complete with a white shirt and grey tie.
Their father, Michael Douglas, 74, was notably absent at the celebration.
Meanwhile, earlier this week, Michael revealed how proud he was of his daughter.
The Hollywood actor posted pictures of Carys from her school performance, Fiddler on the Roof.
Alongside a series of images of the rising star, Michael wrote: “I am so happy I was able to see Carys star as Hodel in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ for her school play last weekend.
“Carys and her class were amazing! Mom and I are so proud of you Carys! #fiddlerontheroof @catherinezetajones.”
Catherine also shared a video of their daughter’s performance, where Carys can be heard showing off her incredible vocals.
The proud mum said: “When, schools love the arts, we love school.
“A segment from “Fiddler on the Roof” the most amazing performance. Congrats to you all.”
Catherine’s 2.2 million followers were amazed by Carys’ talent with one person writing: “Carys is a shining star!”
Another said: “Such amazing talent…. Congratulations!!!! I know we will see her on Broadway in the very near future… @catherinezetajones.”