Blunt was nominated for best supporting actress for her role in Christopher Nolan's 'Oppenheimer'
Krasinski, 44, supported his wife at the show, where she was nominated for best supporting actress in a movie for her role in Oppenheimer. Blunt, 40, walked the red carpet wearing a Giorgio Armani Privé gown embroidered in red sequins and crystals with a twisted draped one-shoulder sleeve and cascading rosettes down the back. She accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewels. (And she twinned with fellow nominee Margot Robbie!)
Meanwhile, Krasinski wore a two-toned tuxedo with a cream jacket and dark pants, accented by a crisp bow tie.
Awards season is providing plenty of opportunities for the parents of two — daughters Hazel, 9, and Violet, 7 — to enjoy red carpet date nights. On Jan. 7, the couple attended the Golden Globes, where Blunt was also a nominee.
Blunt wore a gold dress with a see-through tulle skirt to the Globes, which she paired with Tiffany & Co. jewels. As for Krasinski, The Office alum eschewed the standard black tux in favor of an ensemble with a bit more character. The actor-director joined several other stars by wearing red on the big night as he donned a red tuxedo jacket and maroon pants with a red stripe down the side.
The couple also stepped out at The Albies in September, where they looked extra elegant as they supported their friends George and Amal Clooney’s second annual awards ceremony, which honored awardees in five justice-centered categories.
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Krasinski and Blunt tied the knot in 2010, and while the duo always support each other's projects, they tend to keep the details of their relationship private. In a June 2023 interview with E! News, Krasinski opened up a bit about why he thinks Blunt is "the hero at home for sure," especially after she kept their home life organized for the four seasons he starred in Prime Video's Jack Ryan.
"Her support through this show is what's made it possible for me," Krasinski said. "Not only in the logistics of having to travel the world constantly, and being supportive, and making sure my kids didn't abandon me when I had to go to these countries and shoot."
He added, "I also take such inspiration from her, in everything."
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