She is best known for playing Maria Von Trapp in beloved musical The Sound of Music, set in the Austrian city of Salzburg.
And Julie Andrews returned to her famous Alpine surroundings on Wednesday, as she was spotted enjoying a relaxing getaway to Gstaad, Switzerland.
The actress, 82, proved to be as glamorous as ever in a chic white coat and pin curls, as she embarked on a food shop with friends in the winter holiday hotspot.
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Back to the hills! Julie Andrews, 82, was spotted enjoying a holiday in Gstaad, Switzerland on Wednesday
The hills are alive once more: Julie made her fame in the Alps - playing Maria Von Trapp in 1965 musical The Sound of Music, shot in Salzburg (above)
Julie looked far younger than her years in black flares and a padded white coat as she headed to the supermarket in the luxurious ski resort.
Wrapping up warm in the cold, the actress co-ordinated her bright red jumper with a striped scarf, and kept comfortable for her outing in sturdy black ankle boots.
Yet, despite her casual look, Julie accessorised with a sleek leather handbag, embellished with silver studs, and styled her hair into tight pin curls for a touch of old school glamour.
Effortless: The star wrapped up warm in a white coat and bright red jumper, but maintained her usual glamour with dark sunglasses and pin curls as she embarked on a food shop
Tying her look together with dark, oversized sunglasses, the musical star was the picture of sophistication as she picked up a few essentials with friends, for their relaxing trip away.
Julie has starred in a number of big films and musicals over the years, but is perhaps best known for playing Maria in the 1965 classic The Sound of Music.
The film, shot in fellow Alpine city Salzburg, sees nun Maria sent to the villa of retired naval officer Georg von Trapp, played by Christopher Plummer, to be the governess of his seven children.
It has since become one of the most popular musicals of all time, and Julie even returned to Salzburg in 2015, to film a documentary in honour of the movie's fiftieth anniversary.
Leading lady: Julie is best known for playing Maria in the Sound of Music - a nun who is sent to the villa of retired naval officer played by Christopher Plummer, to look after his seven children
Speaking to People at the time, Julie admitted she never thought the musical would be such a success - let alone one that has brought so much joy into her life.
She said: 'I never anticipated that 50 years after the film was released, I’d be sitting here. It’s brought me many gifts and many friends, truthfully.'
After the success of Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, Julie went on to star in the likes of Thoroughly Modern Millie and Victor/Victoria, for which she bagged the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
She has since turned her attention to vocal roles in recent years - acting as the narrator in 2007 fantasy musical Enchanted, and providing voices in the Shrek and Despicable Me franchises.
No stopping her: She has turned her attention to vocal roles - acting as the narrator in 2007's Enchanted, and providing voices in the Shrek and Despicable Me franchises (pictured in 2015)