She could give women half her age a run for their money with her sensational figure and ageless look.
And Madeleine West, a mother of six, looked just stunning as she shot her new movie, Me and the Penguins, at Suttons Beach in Brisbane on Monday.
The 40-year-old certainly stood out on set in chic cream pants paired with a colorful sweater.
Timeless beauty! Mother of six Madeleine West flaunted her ageless face and flawless figure in a chic and colorful outfit on the set of her new movie in Brisbane on Monday
The ageless actress flaunted her flawless, line-less face in minimal makeup and had her long dark locks in a relaxed updo.
Madeleine had coffee and took a few selfies during breaks between shoots on the COVID-safe set.
You, Me and the Penguins is currently filming in Brisbane with former Home and Away star Tammin Sursok playing the role of Outreach Officer at the Animal Discovery Institute in San Diego.
Tammin’s character is forced to travel to Australia’s Crystal Bay Penguin shrine when threatened with closure.
The story arc takes off when it heats up with the chief zoologist, played by Jason Wilder, after the couple are forced to work together.
Tammin moved from Los Angeles to Australia to work on the film after he was offered the role.
Flawless: The ageless actress flaunted her flawless, line-less face in minimal makeup and had her long dark locks in a relaxed updo
Meanwhile, Madeleine recently shared a nifty little tip to use during the lockdown when Melbourne went through its fourth lockdown in May.
“HEY MELBOURNE! My UK pal just shared his favorite lockdown hack and I want to share it with you, ”she started in an Instagram post.
“Dress up like you’re going to lunch / dinner / show / club, put on your favorite dress, put on your favorite lippy / perfume / cologne,” she advised.
“Hop in the car, put on your favorite tunes… then decide, ‘No, I think I’d rather stay home’ and eat 2 minutes of noodles on the couch. “
According to the former Neighbors star, the purpose of the hack is to make sure you’ve gained some control over the matter, making your own decisions despite such odd times.
“Sometimes telling yourself that you can do it all but CHOOSE not to do it can be the best,” the Playing For Keeps star added.
Madeleine also shared an inspiring message with the Victorians, writing: “You got it! I send you all many hugs, warm thoughts and emojis that make you roll your eyes.
Madeleine is a mom to Phoenix, 13, Hendrix, 10, Xascha, eight, Xanthe, seven, and twins Xahlia and Margaux, four, whom she shares with her famous chef and former husband Shannon Bennett.
Selfie: Madeleine had coffee and took a few selfies during breaks between shoots on the COVID-safe set
In December, before moving to Byron Bay, she confirmed that her mother Jules had come to Sydney to spend time with the family after spending months in stage four lockdown in Melbourne.
By posting a few photos of her mother on Instagram, Madeleine revealed that her daughters had already spent time with their grandmother.
“Real evidence of the impact of long social distance and border closures… when grandmother finally arrives after a full year of absence, six-year-old twin granddaughters will turn her into a human hair salon “she wrote.