Helen Mirren gave us a full show at the 25th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards on Nov. 30, 2015.
The 70-year-old locked lips with Robert De Niro after he presented her with a career tribute and joked about being attracted to her after her rule in 2006 film "The Queen."
"The queen wasn't my idea of a royal MILF, that is until I saw Helen Mirren play the queen," he said, adding, "I know I'm on the edge of creepiness here."
Once on stage and after smooching her presenter, Helen also opened up about playing the Queen and how that affected her relationship with husband, director Taylor Hackford.
"There was silence in the cinema and my husband let out this huge laugh, because he's never seen me dressed as the Queen before," she said. "So I lean over to him and I say, 'Darling do you think you'll ever f--- me again?'"
Helen, who won an Academy Award for best actress for that role, added, "Between you and me, he has."
Helen and Taylor have been married since 1997.
In her acceptance speech, the actress honored the many writers whose words she has "learned and interpreted and spoken," and also gave a dig at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
"Writers have opened the door for me, the door through which I've had the great opportunity to walk through and what beautiful and terrible things words are," she said. "Conveyors of love and hatred and inspiration and stupidity, Donald Trump. Meanness and generosity, kindness and cruelty."
The actress looked sweet and stylish in a Dolce & Gabbana fit-and-flare dress covered in children's doodles of a smiling sun, flowers, rainbows and towns. She paired her ensemble with Lee Harris tangerine pumps.
A few weeks before the awards show, Robert shared some similar PDA with Angelina Jolie after presenting her with Wall Street Journal's Innovator Award.
Robert has been also been married to his philanthropist wife Grace Hightower for 18 years. They have two children together -- 17-year-old son Elliot and 4-year-old daughter Helen.
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