Eddie Redmayne looks dapper as he poses with glamorous wife Hannah Bagshawe at Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore premiere in London
Eddie Redmayne enjoyed a red carpet date with wife Hannah Bagshawe at the Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore premiere in London on Tuesday.
Tea actor, 40. who plays the heroic wizard Newt Scamander in the Harry Potter spin-off series, cut a dapper figure as he embraced his wife, who looked stunning in a powder blue strapless gown.
The dress featured an elegant ruffled skirt and was paired with edgy studded black boots.
Wow: Eddie Redmayne enjoyed a red carpet date with wife Hannah Bagshawe at the Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore premiere in London on Tuesday
Her braids were styled in soft waves and she sported a radiant palette of make-up.
The pair have been married since 2014 and share two children – Luke and Iris.
Fantastic Beasts’ release has been marred by a string of controversies in recent months including Johnny Depp being dropped from the film in the wake of his legal woes, writer JK Rowling facing heavy criticism for her comments about the transgender community, and star Ezra Miller’s arrest at a bar in Hawaii.
The third film in the Fantastic Beasts series sees Newt Scamander assemble a motley crew of wizards and witches to try and save the world.
Style: The dress featured an elegant ruffled skirt and was paired with edgy studded black boots
The team Newt and Dumbledore have put together to include Newt’s brother Theseus Scamander (Callum Turner), professor Eulalie ‘Lallie’ Hicks (Jessica Williams), Minerva McGonagall (Fionna Glascott), and Muggle baker Jacob (Dan Fogler).
The motley crew will be joining forces to take on the powerful dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald, who seeks domination over the wizarding world.
In December, Rowling was once again forced to deny that she is transphobic as she argued for sex, not gender identity, to be the ‘basis of decisions on safeguarding’.
Last week, Rowling also accused Labor of canceling women on International Women’s Day after their Shadow Equalities Minister refused to give the Party’s definition for ‘female’.
Anneliese Dodds said it ‘depends on what the context is’ when asked for the definition by BBC presenter Emma Barnett on Woman’s Hour.
Reacting to the comments, Rowling, 56, posted: ‘Someone please send the Shadow Minister for Equalities a dictionary and a backbone. #HappyInternationalWomensDay’
She continued in a series of tweets: ‘Apparently, under a Labor government, today will become We Who Must Not Be Named Day.’
Power couple: The pair have been married since 2014 and share two children – Luke and Iris
Alongside criticizing Dodds’ comment, Rowling also tweeted a picture of SNP MP Joanna Cherry alongside the caption: ‘This is what a woman who owns a dictionary and a backbone looks like.’
Mads Mikkelsen has taken over the villainous role of Grindewald after replacing Johnny Depp.
It was announced in 2020 that the 56-year-old Danish actor would be replacing Johnny, 58, as the dark wizard after he was denied permission to appeal his libel loss in the High Court, after they found a story that he assaulted ex- wife Amber Heard to be ‘substantially true.’
Masrecently admitted he regrets not speaking to Johnny before taking over the role, adding that he didn’t know if his treatment had been fair.
Star-studded: Eddieplays the heroic wizard Newt Scamander in the Harry Potter spin-off series