Melanie Griffith, 63, poses in pink lingerie for Breast Cancer Awareness month

Melanie Griffith left her social media followers picking their jaws up off the floor as she donned her underwear in her latest snap.

The actress looked sensational in a tiny set of pink lingerie as she posed up a storm in her bathroom on Wednesday afternoon.

Melanie, 63, used the opportunity to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness month in her sizzling snap.

Dakota Johnson's mum rocked a pink bra and matching underwear from the latest KiT Undergarments collection with the brand donating a percentage of sales to the Women's Cancer Research Fund.

The Night We Called It a Day actress went barefaced for the snap as she smiled towards the camera while sat on the edge of her huge bathtub.

Another snap saw Melanie posing while showcasing her killer legs as she sat cross-legged, elongating her ultra-toned pins.

The actress opted to keep her blonde locks out of shot as she wrapped a towel around her head.

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Captioning her post, she penned: "I'm joining @kitundergarments in wearing pink in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness month. I'm wearing the Classic Demi Bra in Rose ( size 32DD ) and the High-Waist Boy Brief in Rose (size 2).

"@kitundergarments have partnered with @wcrfcure and will be donating a percentage of sales all of October."

Fans instantly weighed the post down with compliments, with one exclaiming: "Beautiful."

A second added: "Definitely super sexy…"

"You look gorgeous!" gushed a third.

While a fourth fan penned: "I love that you are ageing so gracefully! My son fell in love with you as a little guy (Milk Money) and we've been fans ever since! We love you!"

"Looking so beautiful," commented Rumer Willis.

Just two years ago, Melanie revealed that she had to endure surgery to have cancerous tissue removed from her nose.

Speaking about her brush with the disease, she said: "It's a scary thing when you're an actress and you depend on your face for work.

"But I realize I have to put a Band-Aid on it, and it's fine. I just look like a dork."

She went on to say that working in Hollywood is a "different deal" when you're older, saying: "It's different from being the hot stuff to being the old hot stuff."

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