With a stunning red carpet dress, Julia Roberts is paying tribute to her family with a twist.
At the London premiere of the romantic comedy Ticket to Paradise, Julia Roberts rocked a black gown, and she paired the beautiful dress with a simple yet elegant black blazer.
The highlight of her look was the embroidery done on her gown, and there were flowers, heart, numbers, and initials on it, which represents her loved ones.
The gown was elegant and yet a stand-out statement. There were initials “JR+DM” embroidered on the dress flowing by the year 2002′.
These initials stand for Julia Roberts and Danny Moder, and 2002 was the year they both tied the knot.
Roberts added “HD” and “HP” to the design, which stood for the initials of the couple’s youngest son, Henry Daniel, 15, and their two twins, Hazel and Phinnaeus, 17, and was worn with a cropped black jacket.
The outfit also had the years “2004” and “2007” on it, which were Hazel, Phinneaus, and Henry’s respective birth years.
If that wasn’t enough, the Pretty Woman actress displayed her affection for George and Amal by emblazoning the word “G [heart] A” on the dress.
Before they entered the screening, Julia could be seen presenting the pair with the design with excitement.
Amal chose a lovely silver dress for the party, accessorizing it with beautiful diamond earrings and a metallic handbag.
Her spouse, who wore a navy blue suit, waistcoat, and clean white shirt, apparently got the dressy memo.
On September 16, the Ol Parker-directed film Ticket To Paradise will be released in theatres, with Kaitlyn Denver and Maxime Bouttier also starring.
‘George Clooney and Julia Roberts reconnect on the big screen as ex-lovers who find themselves on a shared quest to prevent their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they once did,’ according to the official synopsis.
The Hollywood superstars were quarantined in the same location where the rom-com was shot in Australia, but although Julia traveled alone, George was accompanied by Amal and their five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella.
The father of two remembered to the New York Times, “We started at Hamilton Island, with all these wild birds, and Julia had the home down right below Amal and myself and the kids.”
Julia talked over their time together since it was the longest she had ever been away from her own children.
All the efforts would be worth it as the movie ‘Ticket To Paradise’ is all set to release on September 16.