Eddie Redmayne cut a dapper figure as he attended the Dior Homme menswear show for Paris Fashion Week alongside his wife Hannah Bagshawe on Friday. 

The actor, 41, and his partner, 40, were sat in the front row for the star-studded show alongside supermodel Karlie Kloss.

Eddie looked suave in a brown blazer and matching trousers which he paired with a crisp white shirt.

Couple: Eddie Redmayne cut a dapper figure as he attended the Dior Homme menswear show for Paris Fashion Week alongside his wife Hannah on Friday

Hannah cut a trendy figure in a black blazer along with blue jeans and a white shirt with a sheer detail.

Hannah added height to her frame with a pair of black boots and styled her brunette locks into an updo.

The couple looked in good spirits as they arrived to the event where Eddie also posed for a snap with actress Gwendoline Christie. 

Eddie and Hannah married in 2014 and the couple are parents to daughter Iris, six, and son Luke, three. 

Show: The actor, 41, and his partner, 40, were sat in the front row for the star-studded show alongside supermodel Karlie Kloss

Show: The actor, 41, and his partner, 40, were sat in the front row for the star-studded show alongside supermodel Karlie Kloss

The outing comes after Eddie recently revealed his most embarrassing on set moment occurred while filming Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – which premiered in 2016.

The 41-year-old actor plays magizoologist Newt Scamander in the Harry Potter spin-off franchise.

In one scene from the first movie, Eddie explained he was filming a scene where his character must perform a mating dance in an effort to distract a magical creature called an Erumpent, which slightly resembles a rhino.

However, he revealed that disaster struck while performing some of the moves, and his trousers ripped open.

Style: Eddie looked suave in a brown blazer and matching trousers which he paired with a crisp white shirt

Style: Eddie looked suave in a brown blazer and matching trousers which he paired with a crisp white shirt 

Fashion week: The couple looked in good spirits as they arrived to the event where Eddie also posed for a snap with actress Gwendoline Christie

Fashion week: The couple looked in good spirits as they arrived to the event where Eddie also posed for a snap with actress Gwendoline Christie

Outfit: Hannah cut a trendy figure in a black blazer along with blue jeans and a white shirt with a sheer detail

Outfit: Hannah cut a trendy figure in a black blazer along with blue jeans and a white shirt with a sheer detail

Speaking to British Vogue, he said: ‘It was humiliating anyway, but I managed to rip my trousers. 

‘My a*** was on show for everyone to see on a night shoot in the middle of Watford.’ 

It comes after Eddie revealed that he had to take classes to learn how to handle a wand and pull off magic tricks when he joined the franchise.

In an interview with Vanity Fair last year, he said: ‘When we started on the first Fantastic Beasts, there were things that were very stressful.

‘Like, having a wand is like your childhood dream, but suddenly you’re presented with this thing and you get complete stage fright. I don’t have a clue what to do with it.’

Wardrobe malfunction: Eddie recently revealed his most embarrassing on set moment occurred while filming Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them - which premiered in 2016

Wardrobe malfunction: Eddie recently revealed his most embarrassing on set moment occurred while filming Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – which premiered in 2016

Hilarious: In one scene from the first movie, Eddie explained he was filming a scene where his character must perform a mating dance in an effort to distract a magical creature called an Erumpent, which slightly resembles a rhino (pictured)

Hilarious: In one scene from the first movie, Eddie explained he was filming a scene where his character must perform a mating dance in an effort to distract a magical creature called an Erumpent, which slightly resembles a rhino (pictured)

He added: ‘So wand school was created, and apparating school. But then you became very blasé about that stuff and about the kind of everydayness of having a wand.’

Eddie went on: ‘But then, the joy of those films was getting to watch new actors come in and be presented with their wand and watching the inner kid just reveal itself, from everyone and anyone, however extraordinary the actor.’

Eddie has also spokem about the filming process on Fantastic Beasts which featured lots of CGI and visual effects to the Radio Times.

‘One of the things that I learnt on Fantastic Beasts is that it’s sort of your responsibility as one of the lead actors to engage in the process,’ he said. 

‘A lot of my interaction was with imaginary creatures. At its best [film-making] is the intimacy of collaboration. So when you’re doing a scene with a Niffler, one of the magical animals, I don’t just want a tennis ball there.’

‘I want the VFX [visual effects] artist [performing] in front of me.’

Embarrassing:  However, he revealed that disaster struck while performing some of the moves, and his trousers ripped open

Embarrassing:  However, he revealed that disaster struck while performing some of the moves, and his trousers ripped open



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