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Jamie Dornan cosies up to stunning wife Amelia as they attend the star-studded premiere of Belfast

Jamie Dornan cosies up to stunning wife Amelia as they attend the star-studded premiere of Belfast in Northern Ireland


Jamie Dornan looked smitten with his wife Amelia as they attended the premiere of his new film, Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Thursday. 

The pair made for a picture perfect couple as they graced the red carpet at the city’s Waterfront Hall, to mark the opening night of the Belfast Film Festival.

Jamie, 39, looked as handsome as ever in a tailored black suit and crisp white shirt as he embraced his wife.

Wow: Jamie Dornan looked smitten with his wife Amelia as they attended the premiere of his new film, Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Thursday

Amelia, 39, also looked stylish in a vibrant satin green floral dress which featured a dramatic draping hem.

She wore her caramel flecked tresses in soft waves and sported a radiant palette of make-up.

Jamie’s co-star Caitriona Balfe, 42, cut a stylish figure in a black suit and bow tie as she walked the red carpet.

Eamonn Holmes, 61, was seen for the first time since revealing he was battling Covid.

Chic: The pair made for a picture perfect couple as they graced the red carpet at the city's Waterfront Hall to mark the opening night of the Belfast Film Festival

Chic: The pair made for a picture perfect couple as they graced the red carpet at the city’s Waterfront Hall to mark the opening night of the Belfast Film Festival

Style: Jamie, 39, looked as handsome as ever in a tailored black suit and crisp white shirt

Style: Jamie, 39, looked as handsome as ever in a tailored black suit and crisp white shirt

Style: Jamie's co-star Caitriona Balfe, 42, cut a stylish figure in a black suit and bow tie as she walked the red carpet

Style: Jamie’s co-star Caitriona Balfe, 42, cut a stylish figure in a black suit and bow tie as she walked the red carpet

Fun: Jamie and Caitriona also joined forces with their on-screen son Jude Hill , 11, (front) who has received critical acclaim for his role in the film

Fun: Jamie and Caitriona also joined forces with their on-screen son Jude Hill , 11, (front) who has received critical acclaim for his role in the film

Good to see you: Jamie greeted Patrick Kielty as Ciaran Hinds looked on

Good to see you: Jamie greeted Patrick Kielty as Ciaran Hinds looked on

Delight: Jamie looked delighted as he chatted with Kenneth Branagh

Delight: Jamie looked delighted as he chatted with Kenneth Branagh

The was suited and booted as he leaned on a walking stick while on the red carpet.

Jamie and Caitriona also joined forces with their on-screen son Jude Hill , 11, who has received critical acclaim for his role in the film.

The drama – directed by Kenneth Branagh – is a semi-autobiographical film inspired by the BAFTA winner’s early childhood growing up in Northern Ireland surrounded by a large extended family.

It is billed as ‘chronicling the life of a working class family and their young son’s childhood during the troubles in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the late 1960s.’

Fun: Jude looked delighted as he posed with his mother on the red carpet

Fun: Jude looked delighted as he posed with his mother on the red carpet

Stars: Lewis McAskie, Caitriona, Kenneth Branagh, Jamie, Ciaran and Jude posed up a storm

Stars: Lewis McAskie, Caitriona, Kenneth Branagh, Jamie, Ciaran and Jude posed up a storm

Better: Eamonn Holmes, 61, was seen for the first time since revealing he was battling Covid

Better: Eamonn Holmes, 61, was seen for the first time since revealing he was battling Covid

The film is not a straightforward biography of Kenneth’s childhood, and sees Jude Hill take on the lead role under the name of Buddy.

Jamie plays Buddy’s father in the new film, with Outlander star Caitriona Balfe taking on the role of mother. 

Hollywood heavyweight Judi Dench portray his grandmother, with Ciaran Hinds starring as Kenneth’s grandfather.   

Belfast will be released in be in the United States on November 21 and in the UK on February 25.   

One to watch: Belfast - directed by Kenneth Branagh - is a semi-autobiographical film inspired by the BAFTA winner's early childhood growing up in Northern Ireland (pictured: Caitriona Balfe and Jamie)

One to watch: Belfast – directed by Kenneth Branagh – is a semi-autobiographical film inspired by the BAFTA winner’s early childhood growing up in Northern Ireland (pictured: Caitriona Balfe and Jamie) 

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