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Home and Away star Ada Nicodemou, 45, shows off her ageless visage as she dons a flirty floral dress on the red carpet at the Elvis premiere in Sydney

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Ada Nicodemou is renowned for having timeless beauty.

The Home and Away actress also looked younger than her 45 years on Sunday as she arrived on the red carpet for the Sydney premiere of Elvis.

The actress chose a playful black mini dress with a classic wide neck and buttons down the center.

It had an eye-catching image of pink, blue, and white flowers with green stalks.

Ada wore blue satin shoes with a pointed toe, a high heel, and a sparkling rhinestone buckle to match her dress.

The actress was carrying a large yellow bag with a quilted pattern and a large gold chain strap.

Ada used a delicate foundation, pink blush, and sheer lipstick to draw attention to her flawless, ageless face.

She completed the ensemble with a pair of drop earrings and wore her brunette hair down around her face in gentle waves.

The mother of one previously acknowledged that she occasionally uses Botox but denied using dermal filler to change her naturally beautiful looks.

The soap star responded to a troll who dubbed her “fake” on Instagram in 2019 by disclosing the amount of her cosmetic treatment.

I don’t use fillers, I hardly ever use Botox, and the only surgery I’ve had done is breast augmentation, which is something I’m perfectly entitled to do, Ada wrote.

The Sydney resident told Daily Mail Australia in 2018 that she wasn’t inherently against cosmetic surgery.

When questioned about Botox, she responded, “Everyone should do whatever makes them feel wonderful.” “I make absolutely no judgments about it.”

In July 2018, Ada participated in a body-transformation challenge with Who magazine. She shed five pounds while gaining muscle.

She lost weight over the course of an eight-week workout regimen that emphasized strength training, such as push-ups and sit-ups, bringing her weight down to 47 kg.

I have never used fillers or Botox, and the only “fake” surgery I have ever had was breast augmentation, which is something I am perfectly entitled to undertake, Ada claimed.

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