She may be 64-years-old, but Mary Steenburgen is proof that age is just a number.
The Parenthood actress turned heads as she and husband Ted Danson hit the red carpet at the 23rd Critics’ Choice Awards in California last Thursday.
Mary arrived to the star-studded event wearing a gorgeous show-stopping metallic silver gown. The incredible floor length frock was paired with a silver clutch, a stunning diamond bracelet and shimmering dangling earrings.
Framing her face, the star wore her luscious brunette locks out and opted for a soft pink lip to complete the ensemble.
Meanwhile, Ted looked dapper in a black suit coordinated with a white button up, a black speckled tie and black patent leather shoes. The stylish couple, who’ve been married since 1995, posed hand-in-hand as they walked the red carpet together.
On the night, Ted took home Best Actor for his role in hit comedy series The Good Place. Mary quickly took to social media to congratulate her husband with a sweet post.
“Congrats to my darling heart on his Critic’s Choice Award!!!” she wrote.
This isn’t the first time, the couple has showcased their affection for each other. Earlier this month, Ted appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and shared an adorable surprise his wife pulled off while he was flying to New York.
“She got me boy, I was going to New York to do some press, she said, ‘Oh, I wish I could come but I can’t.’ She had stuff to do,” he told Ellen.
Ted said it was “one of those busy paparazzi days”, and by the time he eventually got on the plane he was “a little tired” and a bit grumpy. He went on to explain that not only was he being video recorded, but someone had nicked his seat.
“I think ‘oh great, some diva is sitting in my seat’, and she’s wearing dark glasses and a hat. What a bore! And she’s not moving.”
It wasn’t until a few moments later that Ted realised the woman sitting in his seat was his wife.
“It really touched me actually, it was really lovely.”
Ted also talked to Ellen about having to protect his home, which was once owned by Ellen, in the Ojai neighbourhood during recent California wild fires, which killed 19 people and ravaged much of the region. “It survived,” he told Ellen of the house. “But it was scary. A lot of people lost their homes.”
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