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Damian Lewis Attends ‘Loving Vincent’ Premiere – Oct 9, 2017

Damian Lewis Attends ‘Loving Vincent’ Premiere 

Damian Lewis was back in London to attend the Loving Vincent UK Premiere at the National Gallery.

Damian Lewis at Loving Vincent Premiere, Getty

The film,  Loving Vincent is presented as part of the BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express®, which runs from 4–15 October 2017; bringing the world’s best new films to venues across London.

Starring Helen McCrory, the film encapsulates the life and troubling myths surrounding the controversial death of Vincent van Gogh as told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them.

Helen was  joined by her co-stars and husband Damian Lewis at the screening in London.

Letting Helen steal the show on her big night, Damian then posed separately from his wife later on, in a smart spotted shirt and navy blazer.

Finishing the look with slick leather loafers, Damian appeared in good spirits as he beamed widely for cameras before joining his wife inside for the screening.

In cinemas 13 October 2017. For more information, please visit the Loving Vincent UK premiere announcement and see our updated gallery.

There’s something familiar about Vincent…

Source: Loving Vincent Film & Getty

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Damian and Helen Catch a Comedy Show – Sept 21, 2017

Damian and Helen catch a comedy show at Comedy Store London and it seems John Moloney made an exception for our favorite couple and got starstruck by them.

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Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory Look Cozy at Wimbledon – July 14, 2017

A perfect game set and match! Damian Lewis can’t keep his hands off his wife Helen McCrory as she leans in for a kiss during Wimbledon semi-finals

By Lily Waddell For Mailonline – Daily Mail – 14 July 2017

They celebrated their tenth marriage anniversary in the first week of July.

Damian Lewis, 46, and Helen McCrory, 48, showed they were the perfect match at the Wimbledon Championships, in London on Friday.

The Homeland actor was unable to keep his hands off his wife as he wrapped his arm firmly around the actress while they watched the tennis. 

Must be love: Damian Lewis, 46, and Helen McCrory, 48, showed they were the perfect match at the Wimbledon Championships , in London on Friday

Source: WireImage

Dressed to impress, Wolf Hall’s Henry VIII donned a suit jacket with a chocolate coloured tie to match.

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Smitten Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory Cuddle Up Together at Serpentine Galleries Summer Party – June 28, 2017

Smitten Damian Lewis and wife of 10 years Helen McCrory put on a loved-up display as they cuddle up together at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

By Katie Storey For Mailonline – Daily Mail – 28 June 2017

They have been married for over a decade.

And proving they are just as smitten as ever, Damian Lewis and wife Helen McCrory were seen putting on a loved-up display as they attended the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party on Wednesday night.

The couple cuddled up to each other on their arrival to the star-studded bash held in London’s Kensington Gardens.

Smitten: Damian Lewis, 46, and his wife Helen McCrory, 48, put on a loved-up display at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London's Kensington Gardens on Wednesday

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Damian, 46, had cut a dapper figure for the evening and was clad in dark jeans and a pale blue checked shirt that he teamed with a complementing grey blazer of the same pattern on top.

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Damian Lewis: My Family Values – April 14, 2017

Damian Lewis: My Family Values

The Homeland actor talks about going to boarding school aged eight, why his family notion of duty is not always helpful and how his mother told him not to marry an actor.

by  – The Guardian – April 14, 2017

“I wouldn’t want to impose a sense of duty on my children, but I think a sense of honour is always important” – Source: The Guardian

I grew up in London, one of four children. We were a very loud family, not a lot of listening, plenty of talking. My mum was a hearth mother, she loved to gather us all around her – Sunday lunches were a big thing. She was very good at thinking on her feet – people used to say she should go into politics.

My dad has always been very theatrical. He never worked in the theatre – he’s always worked in insurance – but in another life and another time, he could have done that. His love of the theatre meant I was always going to shows and plays as I was growing up; and then I started acting at school.

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