But on Sunday all eyes were on Colin Firth’s stunning wife Livia as they arrived at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London.
The 48-year-old founder of sustainability consultancy Eco Age dazzled in a high-neck red silk gown with frills on the sleeves and keyhole cut-outs which offered glimpses of her decolletage.
The Italian beauty kept her locks scraped back in an elegant chignon, revealing chunky silver hoops.
Livia pulled her look together with a royal blue clutch and matching high-heeled sandals.
She accentuated her pout with a slick of crimson lipstick.
The award-winning actor, 57, looked his usual dapper self in a classic black tuxedo, bow tie and black square glasses.
The couple, who have been married for two decades, were in good spirits at the star-studded event, which celebrates London’s West-end talent.
There, they joined the likes of Cate Blanchett, Keira Knightley and Anna Wintour, who co-hosts this year’s awards.
The actor’s appearance follows his announcement earlier this year that he has applied to the Italian embassy in London for citizenship – reportedly in reaction to Britain voting to leave the EU.
A source told the Daily Mail’s Sebastian Shakespeare: ‘Colin was horrified by Brexit and is worried about the consequences.’
It may come as no surprise to fans however, as his wife Livia, previously Giuggioli, was born in the capital city Rome.
While the couple live in Chiswick, West London with their two sons – Luca, 16, and Matteo, thirteen – they also have a holiday home in Umbria, where they spend plenty of time as a family.
Best Actor in partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group
Bertie Carvel – Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Andrew Garfield – Angels In America, National Theatre (Lyttleton)
Andrew Scott – Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress in partnership with Christian Louboutin
Laura Donnelly – The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Victoria Hamilton – Albion, Almeida Theatre
Glenda Jackson – King Lear, Old Vic Theatre
Milton Shulman Award for Best Director
Dominic Cooke – Follies, National Theatre
Robert Icke – Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Sam Mendes – The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Best Play In partnership with Hiscox, official arts partner of the Evening Standard
The Children – Lucy Kirkwood, Royal Court
The Ferryman – Jez Butterworth, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Ink – James Graham, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Oslo – J T Rogers, National Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Jon Bausor – Bat Out Of Hell — The Musical, Coliseum
Bunny – Christie Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, Wyndham’s Theatre/The Red Barn, National Theatre/ Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Soutra Gilmour – Twelfth Night, National Theatre
Best musical performance
Janie Dee – Follies, National Theatre
Robert Fairchild – An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre
Amber Riley – Dreamgirls, Savoy Theatre
Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright
Al Smith – Harrogate, High Tide Festival and Royal Court
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins – An Octoroon, Orange Tree Theatre
Katherine Soper – Wish List, Royal Exchange Manchester and Royal Court
Emerging Talent Award
Sheila Atim Girl – From The North Country, Old Vic Theatre
Tom Glynn-Carney – The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Luke Thallon – Albion, Almeida Theatre