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Judi Dench brings some light relief as she sends message in dog ears

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Judi Dench has offered some light-hearted words of support amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on her daughter's Twitter page on Wednesday.

The veteran actress, 85, dressed up in a pair of fluffy dog ears as she addressed the camera and told her fans to 'keep laughing' as the world faces uncertain times.

The sweet clip was posted by Judi's daughter Finty Williams, 47, who shared the video alongside a caption which read: 'A message from Ma..'


















What a woman! Judi Dench has offered some light-hearted words of support amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on her daughter's Twitter page on Wednesday


Speaking to the camera while holding onto her comedy ears during the 10 second clip, Judi says: 'Oh, there you are.






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Moments later the dog ears on her hat flick up into the air and she adds: 'Just keeps laughing, that's all we can do!'

Judi's video no doubt brought a moment of light to relief to her fans amid the COVID-19 crisis, as the worldwide infection toll hit 200,000 on Wednesday.






Sweet: The veteran actress, 85, dressed up in a pair of fluffy dog ears as she addressed the camera and told her fans to 'keep laughing' as the world faces uncertain times







Family: Judi pictured with her daughter Finty in December 2013


Last month Judi and Finty headed to Barbados together where they kicked back during a relaxing beach getaway.

Dame Judi met her conservationist other-half David Mills, 76, in 2010 when he asked her to open the new badger enclosure at his Surrey zoo. 

However speaking in 2017, the talented actress was adamant that they are not going to take their relationship to the next level.






The sweet clip was posted by Judi's daughter Finty Williams, 47, who shared the video alongside a caption which read: 'A message from Ma..'


Dame Judi said: 'He's not going to propose. No, no, no, no, no! Let's all just pull ourselves together and be our age!

'I have a jolly nice friend now. I don't know what the word is because I don't like the word partner. Partner is something to do with dancing. Partner - horrible word. Friend? No. Boyfriend? No. Chap? Will chap do?'

However the cinematic icon spoke warmly about her romance with David, a former dairy farmer and founder of the British Wildlife Centre.






Worrying: Judi's video no doubt brought a moment of light to relief to her fans amid the COVID-19 crisis, as the worldwide infection toll hit 200,000 on Wednesday


She told Good Housekeeping: 'One hot night during the summer, we swam and then had a glass of Champagne in the garden and I said, this is so fantastic!

'But perhaps if I was a romantic, I'd have been cool and calm about it. I get a bit over excited about things. I love having a good laugh... a sense of humour is the most attractive thing of all. It's essential.'

Dame Judi was previously married to the actor Michael Williams, spadegaming indonesia her co-star in the sitcom A Fine Romance, for 30 years, until he died of lung cancer in 2001. 






Happy couple: Dame Judi met her conservationist other-half David Mills, 76, in 2010 and they have been happily dating ever since (pictured in 2015)