Michelle Pfeiffer, 60, drinks wine with husband David E Kelley, 62, as she says she's 'lucky'

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Michelle Pfeiffer joined Instagram this week.

And already on Sunday the 60-year-old knockout actress - best known for Scarface, Dangerous Minds and Ant-Man And The Wasp - was sharing an image with her TV writer husband David E Kelley, who has created Ally McBeal and The Practice, and recently worked on Big Little Lies.

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'My #SundayLove on our recent wedding anniversary - the luckiest girl in the room for 25 years,' said the blonde star.

The two were enjoying wine and champagne at a restaurant with a plate of bread in front of them.

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Michelle was beaming as she looked like she was in her thirties, not a 60-year-old woman.

David had on a blue plaid shirt with his wedding band front and center.

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David and Michelle wed in 1993 after dating for years. They have raised two kids: Claudia Rose and John Henry.

Pfeiffer's first-ever social media app and her verified Instagram account is under the handle @michellepfeifferofficial.

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The star has already amassed over 63,000 followers since activating her page at noon PST on Wednesday.

The Murder On The Orient Express stunner announced her arrival in explosive, irreverent fashion by posting a clip of herself as Catwoman in Tim Burton's 1992 sequel Batman Returns captioned: 'MEOW Instagram.'

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In the scene, Michelle's PVC catsuit-clad Selina Kyle hand springs her way towards an astonished Batman (Michael Keaton) and The Penguin (Danny DeVito) before a building explodes behind her.

Pfeiffer's limber femme fatale performance might have been 26 years ago, but it inspired director Peyton Reed to cast...
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