Diane Keaton has long been a household name ever since starring in classic films like Annie Hall and the Godfather in the ’70s.
Keaton is also a two-time Golden Globe winner who continues to live up to the reputation of being “America’s sweetheart” by reminding her loyal fans just how much she cares about those in need. And on Saturday, Keaton gave back in style when she wore a simple but chic black and white outfit while personally delivering a $25,000 donation to the Urban Partners food bank located in Los Angeles, California. The 74-year-old actress also wore a spiffy knee-length black overcoat along with cuffed black and white gingham trousers, a black turtleneck, and black leather bejeweled Oxford shoes.
She completed her look with a simple black face mask, along with matching black tinted sunglasses, a black bowler cap, and a silver cross necklace. Keaton also sported a cute black and white checkered manicure, which was visible as she accepted a beautiful bouquet of yellow and white flowers as a thank you from the food bank for her donation.
Diane says that she recently discovered newfound admiration for the 1990 film “The Godfather III,” in which she co-starred with Al Pachino. The movie was recut by director/writer Francis Ford C9oppola and titled “Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone.”
In November, Keaton told Variety:
Keaton played the role of Kay Adams-Corleone, the long-suffering wife of Pachino’s Michael Corleone, in The Godfather trilogy.
More recently, she starred opposite Jeremy Irons in the mature romantic comedy “Love, Weddings & Other Disasters, which made its premiere on DVD on December 4, 2020.
If you’ve not yet seen the film, you can watch a trailer in the video below.