Diane Kruger and her fiancé Norman Reedus were seen at the 70th San Sebastian International Film Festival on Friday.
The 46-year-old cut a chic figure in a sophisticated all-black ensemble as she and her husband-to-be braved the wet weather to greet fans waiting before the film event.
Landing in Spain’s Basque Country for the film festival, the couple arrived at the Maria Cristina Hotel, where Diane is promoting her latest film, Marlowe, in which she plays the role of Clare Cavendish.
On Friday, Kruger wore a black leather dress and covered up with a beret, collared coat and studded leather handbag.
She completed the look with white sunglasses and white pumps.
Her blonde tresses had a natural beachy wave and she wore naturally glowing makeup that rounded off the face with a hint of nude on her lips.
The latest Kruger film, directed by Neil Jordan, is a neo-noir thriller about Detective Phillip Marlowe, played by Liam Neeson.
Marlowe becomes involved in an investigation with a wealthy California family living in Bay City after a Clare hires him to find her former lover.
Diane stars alongside Jessica Lange, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Alan Cumming, Danny Huston, Daniela Melchior and Colm Meaney and is due out on December 2nd.
Earlier this year, the loving couple – who have a daughter together – celebrated their six-year anniversary after first seeing each other on set in 2015.
She took to Instagram in July to share a black and white photo of the pair, writing, “|||||\.” The tags were accompanied by a red heart emoji and she tagged her future husband, 53.
Reedus, who starred in AMC horror series The Walking Dead, also has a second child, a son, from his previous relationship with supermodel Helena Christensen.
Earlier Friday, Cuban-Spanish actress Ana de Armas put on a leggy show upon arrival at the festival and exuded glamor as she stepped onto the red carpet in a Louis Vuitton ensemble.
Ana looked in high spirits as she strutted her stuff before putting up a storm for the cameras.
She proved less is more in her classically elegant white dress that offered a glimpse of her tanned and toned pins.
The brunette beauty added a contrasting black patent handbag and a pair of heeled boots.
She finished off the look by styling her glossy auburn locks in loose waves that framed her pretty features.
It comes after Ana said it was “disgusting” that the nudity from her highly anticipated Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde – which is rated NC-17 – is set to go viral on the internet.
The Cuban-Spanish actress appeared in Variety magazine, where she spoke candidly about how she’ll react once clips of her nude body go around the world.
Bringing up the subject unprompted, Ana stressed that context is important as she said, “I know what’s going to go viral.
“And it’s disgusting. It’s annoying just thinking about it. I can’t control it; They can’t really control what they do and how they take things out of context. I don’t think I thought about it; it just gave me bad taste thinking about the future of these clips.’
Many of the reviews of the highly anticipated flick commented on how far director Andrew Dominik took Marilyn’s story into the depths of despair.
Ana commented, “I did things in this film that I would never have done for anyone else. I did it for her and I did it for Andrew.’
The talented actress was so immersed in the role of the icon that she had a hard time leaving the character behind when she flew to London to film the James Bond film No Time To Die, to a day after to play her character Paloma in Blonde’s wrap, explaining, “I couldn’t say goodbye.