The actress attended the L'Oréal Women of Worth ceremony in NYC
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On Wednesday night, L’Oréal gathered together some of the most inspiring women in Hollywood, including Blake Lively, Eva Longoria, Tamron Hall, and Andie MacDowell, at the Pierre Hotel in New York City to celebrate their annual Women of Worth awards. The ceremony is meant to recognize the achievement of “women who possess self-confidence and are committed to distinguishing their own lives by making a difference in the lives of others,” with the nominees (all women making major change in their communities) taking home $10,000 to donate to their charity of choice.

Unfortunately for Andie MacDowell, though, there’s no award for best butt in a jumpsuit — because otherwise she would undoubtedly be taking it home, at least according to Hugh Grant.

MacDowell, who has been a L’Oréal spokeswoman since 1986, hasn’t aged a bit in those 30 years — her only sign of growing older is that she now has two daughters, Rainey and Margaret Qualley, who have followed her into the acting and modeling industry. So it’s no wonder that, when she reunited this month with her Four Weddings and a Funeral co-star Hugh Grant to present him with an award, he joked, “I am depressed how much better preserved you are than I am.”

And their reunion had another perk — Grant endorsed her current love of one-piece formalwear (she wore a coral off-the-shoulder number to the event last night). “I’m into jumpsuits right now,” she said. “You know why? Because I’m 58, and I think my bottom looks good in a jumpsuit. That’s what Hugh [Grant] told me about the jumpsuit I wore at the [Hollywood Film] awards.” Now that’s a compliment worthy of a passionate smooch in the rain.

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