Hollywood's hottest couple have taken their romance to the city of love.
Still clearly completely smitten, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie stole the show at the Paris premiere of the actor's latest film, Megamind.
It was a decidedly chic appearance from the A-list couple, who both went for black ensembles for the screening.
The 35-year-old actress chose a striking velvet trouser suit and sparkling top to stand alongside her man, who wore leather trousers teamed with a suit jacket.
Their attire wasn’t the only thing keeping Brad and Angelina cosy on the blue carpet.
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They spent much of the time enveloped in each other's arms, holding hands and gazing into each other's eyes as they celebrated the release of the animated comedy.
Indeed, even while speaking to the film's star Will Ferrell, Brad, 46, kept his love close by.
And she looked delighted to be by his side, beaming all the while signing autographs for the many fans desperate to get a glimpse of the world's highest profile couple.
Brad and Angelina's date night in Paris came hot on the heels of a wholly family affair the previous day.
The devoted parents – who have been seen sharing stolen moments on the Budapest set of the actress' directorial debut – spent time with four of their six children celebrating son Pax's seventh birthday.
With twins Knox and Vivienne at home, the Jolie-Pitt clan turned up unannounced for an early morning hot air balloon ride over the French capital, followed by an evening riverboat cruise.
"They were like any other family," the balloon operator told People, adding that they were "charming" and that the children were "excited but well behaved."
Later that day, they took the celebrations to the water, renting out a riverboat – decorated with blue and yellow balloons and carrying an assortment of cakes and sweets - from near the Eiffel Tower for a 90-minute trip up the Seine.
"Angelina is a very beautiful woman in person. She was friendly and spoke to me," a female crew member told the magazine, adding that Brad is "very, very nice and very outgoing. He played a lot with the kids."