Patrick Dempsey’s gorgeous family stole the show at the “Bridget Jones’s Baby” movie premiere in London on Monday.
The actor, his wife, Jillian, and their three children (so grown up!) all looked great in color-coordinated ensembles. While Dempsey looked as handsome as ever in a sharp navy suit, Jillian was stunning in a tight, black strapless dress paired with a trendy choker and gorgeous, flowing locks.
The couple’s 14-year-old daughter, Talula Fyfe, looked like the spitting image of her mother in a long ruffled black gown, while 9-year-old twins Darby and Sullivan, looked positively dapper in tailored suits.
Many were surprised to see Dempsey and his formerly estranged wife on the red carpet together. The two announced their plans to divorce in January 2015 after 15 years of marriage.
“It is with careful consideration and mutual respect that we have decided to end our marriage,” the couple said in a statement to People at the time. “Our primary concern remains the well-being of our children, and we ask with profound gratitude that you respect our family’s privacy at this very sensitive time.”
The two reconciled in May, and the “Bridget Jones” premiere marks the first time they’ve hit the red carpet together since their split.
Look for “Bridget Jones’s Baby” when it hits theaters on Sept. 16.
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