Millie Mackintosh cosied up to her husband Hugo Taylor on the red carpet at the Babylon Premiere on Thursday night.
The couple, who are parents to Sienna, two, and six-month-old Aurelia, held hands at the star-studded event held at the BFI Imax at Waterloo in London.
The former Made in Chelsea star, 33, stood out from the crowd in a plunging red blazer and matching trousers.
Loved-up: Millie Mackintosh cosied up to her husband Hugo Taylor on the red carpet at the Babylon Premiere on Thursday night
Millie elevated her height in a pair of gold strappy heels, while accessorising with matching jewellery.
The beauty sported a bronzed makeup palette with a bold red lip, while scraping her auburn tresses back in a bun.
Meanwhile, Hugo cut a dapper figure in a black suit with a crisp white shirt, while accessorising with stylish shades.
Set in 1920s Hollywood, Babylon centres around the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers – including the characters portrayed by leading stars Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie.
Wow! The former Made in Chelsea star, 33, stood out from the crowd in a plunging red blazer and matching trousers
Stunning: Millie elevated her height in a pair of gold strappy heels, while accessorising with matching jewellery
Bullet Train star Brad, 58, takes on the role of famous actor Jack Conrad, who is known for a party-hard lifestyle, multiple marriages, affairs, and divorces.
While Margot, 32, is overnight starlet Nellie LaRoy who is navigating her way through the industry by self-destructing via drugs, parties and sexual encounters.
Written and directed by Damien Chazelle, the film shows character Manny Torres (Diego Calva) entering the high-profile world and becoming smitten with Nellie.
It opens with a wild celebrity soiree filled with sex, drugs, nudity and booze – which The Wolf Of Wall Street actress Margot has described as an ‘party-slash-orgy’.
Dashing: Hugo cut a dapper figure in a black suit with a crisp white shirt, while accessorising with stylish shades
But despite both Brad and Margot being some of modern-day Hollywood’s biggest stars, the pair have both admitted that they haven’t been to a bash that wild off-screen.
‘That wild? No,’ Brad quipped to USA Today when questioned, as his Australian co-star echoed his thoughts.
‘I’ve been to some wild parties, but not on Babylon scale. That’s something else,’ Margot agreed.
The flick features a sensational ensemble cast, including Tobey Maguire, Olivia Wilde, Katherine Waterson, Phoebe Tonkin and many more.
Plot: Set in 1920s Hollywood, Babylon centres around the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers – including the characters portrayed by leading stars Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie
And reflecting on filming, Margot recently revealed she went off-screen to smooch co-star Brad in an impromptu scene , jesting to E! News : ‘How else am I going to get the chance to kiss him?’
Explaining the kiss, she shared: ‘That wasn’t in the script, but I thought, “When else am I gonna get the chance to kiss Brad Pitt? I’m just gonna go for it” It was great!’
The blonde beauty also shared a smooch with co-star Katherine, but added that she wasn’t sure if it had made the cut.
Breaking the boundaries, t he highly-anticipated raunchy flick even had the cast worried with its amount of nudity – and whether it was allowed to be shown.
Nice: Just days before it hits theaters on Friday, Paramount Pictures has released two new trailers for Babylon – one ‘nice’ and the other ‘naughty’
Of the film as a whole, Margot confessed: ‘When I read the script, I was like, ”This is like La Dolce Vita and Wolf of Wall Street had a baby – and I love it!.”
‘But I was like, ”Are we allowed to show that?”
‘There were so many scenes where I was like, a) I have no idea how I’m going to do that, and b) are we going to get away with this?’
Babylon premiered in Los Angeles on December 15, 2022, and was released in the United States on December 23, 2022, by Paramount Pictures.
While it will hit UK cinemas on January 20, 2023.
No: ‘No,’ says Jack Conrad (Brad Pitt) while smoking a cigarette, adding they shouldn’t, ‘stand in the way of progress