Meryl Streep was joined by her three daughters at the recent London premiere for her latest role in 'The Iron Lady,' and from the pictures it seems like they've all inherited their mother's good looks. All three looked wonderfully elegant as they headed down the red carpet ahead of the UK's first official screening of the Margaret Thatcher biopic. Streep and husband DON GUMMER - who was also in attendance - are parents to Mamie, aged 28, Grace, 25, and Louisa, 20 as well as son Hank, 32. The latter unfortunately didn't show but that didn't stop the three sisters having a ball as they happily posed for pictures that revealed them to be the spitting image of their mother.
Streep herself was looking as tasteful as ever, wearing a blue knit top and a long black skirt, whilst others in attendance at the event included Anne Hathaway and Olivia Wilde, who both donned black dresses, 'Source Code' star VERA FARNIGA, Pink Floyd vocalist Roger Waters and Coco Rocha, among a star-studded gathering.
Many of the film's cast and crew were there too of course, including Richard E Grant who plays Thatcher's political nemesis MICHAEL HESELTINE. He had nothing but praise for the film's leading lady, exhorting "It's naff to say it, but Meryl makes you feel better about yourself. As an actress, she's the best of the best. But she's also unbelievably down-to-earth." The film is released in the UK on January 6th ahead of a worldwide general sale a week later.