Veteran Hollywood actress, Goldie Hawn, proved she can keep up with the youngest of starlets in the partying stakes by stumbling out of a London nightspot at 4:30am last week and having to be helped into her waiting limo by her literary agent.

The 66-year-old actress had started the night rather sedately, attending a charity fundraiser for her philanthropic organisation, The Hawn Foundation, at a top Mayfair restaurant and bar. The Death Becomes Her star was accompanied by her actress daughter, Kate Hudson, and her partner, Muse front man, Matt Bellamy. While the young couple called it a night at a reasonable hour, young at heart Goldie didn’t leave the party until 4:30am.

Waiting photographers snapped the Academy Award winner as she emerged from a London club looking a little worse for wear. Goldie Hawn was helped to her waiting limousine by her literary agent, Alan Nevins. A giggly Goldie had to be guided into the limo, but even with assistance she still managed to miss the seat, and then somehow end up on the backseat but facing the wrong way.

The 66-year-old’s late night partying was also especially impressive as she’d spent the day signing copies of her new book, 10 Mindful Minutes, hours after getting off a flight from the States.