A stylish affair by jessie

Published: 12:03 BST, 4 April 2016 | Updated: 02:10 BST, 5 April 2016

They only went public with their budding romance in March.

But James Norton and Jessie Buckley have firmly cemented their status as a rising star couple when they put on a loved-up display at the Olivier Awards in London, on Sunday.

Making a low-key arrival at the event, held at the Royal Opera House, the 30-year-old actor and his girlfriend, 26, appeared to be almost inseparable all evening.

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Loved-up: James Norton and Jessie Buckley have firmly cemented their status as a rising star couple when they put on a loved-up display at the Olivier Awards in London, on Sunday.

The outing was their first debut as a couple at a public event, and the two thespians - who met while filming the BBC's epic romp,War And Peace - looked every inch the picture perfect pair.

Attending the awards - held to honour British theatrical talent in the British capital - to present the Best Actress gong at the event, James made sure he was in the best company possible by arriving with his girlfriend.

Sitting side-by-side during the event, the couple could be seen exchanging loving glances as they smiled and joked around throughout the evening's proceedings. 

Only eyes for each other: Making a low-key arrival at the event, held at the Royal Opera House, the 30-year-old actor and his girlfriend, 26, appeared to be almost inseparable all evening

And it looked as though the couple appeared to be almost inseparable at the Awards After Party, with James - who sported a Thom Sweeney suit - and Jessie cosying up to one another throughout the soiree. 

Jessie cut a chic and stylish figure as she appeared to channel a hint of War And Peace's opulent costume design with her regal-looking semi-sheer gown.

The figure-hugging number managed to embody both a modern and a vintage vibe, whilst allowing the flame-haired beauty to flaunt her enviable figure. 

Inseperable: The outing was their first debut as a couple at a public event, and the two thespians - who met while filming the BBC's War And Peace - looked every inch the picture perfect pair stylish throughout the evening

All smiles: Attending the awards - held to honour theatrical talent in the capital - to present the Best Actress gong at the event, James made sure he was in the best company possible by arriving with his girlfriend

The white floor-length gown featuring a number of embroidered embellishments, while it was also given a racy yet restrained edge thanks to semi-sheer paneling on the neckline and arms. 

She used a range of subtle accessories to accentuate and add to the glamorous theme of her wardrobe, wearing a pair of sparkling earrings and a glittering diamond-encrusted ring.

She wore her long auburn hair up in a carefully styled braided do, which allowed the actress' pretty features to shine through. 

The look of love: Sitting side-by-side during the event, the couple could be seen exchanging loving glances as they smiled and joked around throughout the evening's proceedings

A classic look updated: Jessie cut a chic and stylish figure as she appeared to channel a hint of War And Peace's opulent costume design with her regal-looking semi-sheer gown

Flagging? The two thespians appeared to slightly flag at one point, but were soon back to their perky selves

Jessie kept her make-up to a minimum, which only served to highlight her naturally striking features to shine through.

Yorkshire-born star James went for a classic and suave ensemble for the evening, wearing a classic Thom Sweeney three-piece tuxedo, shirt and bow tie, and a pair of of black leather Oxfords.

He left his evening dress uncluttered, only choosing to wear a pair of spectacles for his time sat in the Opera House, while he wore his short hair slightly tousled.

Delighted: The couple looked delighted to be in each other's company as they made the rounds at the After Party together (pictured with Noma Dumezweni)

All smiles: Both Jessie and James looked to be in fine form as they mingled with guests at the event - including former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips

A suave and stylish look: Yorkshire-born star James went for a classic and suave ensemble for the evening, wearing a classic three-piece tuxedo, shirt and bow tie, and a pair of of black leather Oxfords

The couple, who were first rumoured to be dating in February, have kept their romance largely out of the public eye since their romance was confirmed in March.

The pair met while filming the BBC's adaption of Leo Tolstoy's classic work of literature, War And Peace.

The two love-birds played brother and sister Andrei and Marya Bolkonsky in the hit drama, and appear to find love on the set of the period romp.

A tale of romance? The couple met while filming the BBC's adaption of Leo Tolstoy's classic work of literature, War And Peace - in which they played brother and sister Andrei and Marya Bolkonsky

Oliver Awards 2016 winners 

Best Revival: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Best Entertainment and Family: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Best Costume Design: Gregg Barnes for Kinky Boots

Blue-i Theatre Technology Award for Best Set Design: Anna Fleischle - Hangmen at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court Theatre and Wyndham's Theatre

White Light Award For Best Lighting Design: Mark Henderson - Gypsy

Best Sound Design: Tom Gibbons - People, Places And Things

Best New Opera Production: Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci

Outstanding Achievement in Opera: English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra - The Force Of Destiny, Lady Macbeth Of Mtsensk and The Queen Of Spades at London Coliseum

Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Mark Gatiss for Three Days In The Country - National Theatre, Lyttelton

Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Dame Judi Dench - The Winter's Tale

Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre: Pat Kinevane and Fishamble- Silent

Virgin Atlantic Best New Play: Hangmen

Best Actor: Kenneth Cranham - The Father

Best Actress: Denise Gough - People, Places And Things

Magic Radio Audience Award: The Phantom Of The Opera

Best New Comedy: Nell Gwynn

Best New Dance Production: Woolf Works

Outstanding Achievement in Dance: Alessandra Ferri - Cheri and Woolf Works

Autograph Sound Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music: In The Heights

Best Theatre Choreographer: Drew McOnie - In The Heights

Best Director: Robert Icke for Oresteia

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical: David Bedella - In The Heights

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical: Lara Pulver - Gypsy

Best Musical Revival: Gypsy

Best Actor in a Musical: Matt Henry - Kinky Boots

Best Actress in a Musical: Imelda Staunton - Gypsy

MasterCard Best New Musical: Kinky Boots

 


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