Keira Knightly cut an effortlessly chic figure on Thursday night as she attended the launch dinner for a magazine curated by Erdem with husband James Righton.
The 37-year-old actress wowed in a ruffled white lace dress as she lounged with her 39-year-old musician boyfriend at the event at Sessions Arts Club in London.
Keira showed off her lithe figure in the sleeveless dress, which she paired with pointy black pumps and a black handbag.
The Atonement star wore her brunette tresses in an elegant center part while she accentuated her features with a radiant makeup palette.
Meanwhile, James dressed to impress by donning a dark green pinstripe suit which he wore with a black t-shirt and black shoes.
The pair appeared in good spirits as they posed with fellow attendees at the launch of Dinner magazine, which is in partnership with Matches Fashion.
Keira married Klaxons keyboardist James nine years ago and wed in an intimate ceremony in the south of France in 2013.
The frugal starlet made sure to keep costs down by only having 11 guests at the wedding itself and 50 at the reception.
Keira and James welcomed their first child, daughter Edie, now seven, in 2015.
They confirmed they welcomed their second child, Delilah, in September 2019 while pushing the baby in a stroller on a stroll in London.
Keira’s appearance comes after she was brought to tears when she heard the love story of her sonar operator grandfather and volunteer grandmother while filming Channel 4’s My Grandparents’ War.
In September, the actress was saddened to learn that her great-uncle Andrew, an RAF bombardier, was shot down while flying over Germany and was being held as a prisoner of war for 18 months during World War II.
Screen star Keira revealed in the documentary that her grandmother Jan never spoke about her difficult wartime experiences, including the time in 1943 when Jan and the rest of her family believed Jan’s younger brother Andrew Williams was dead after he was reported missing.
They feared he had been shot down in a bomb attack over the western German city of Essen.
While the pilot actually perished, the rest of the crew ejected but were held in a prison camp for 18 months.
Keira’s grandfather, Joseph “Mac” MacDonald, served in the Royal Navy for 12 years from 1934.