Isla Fisher is bold in blue at Alice Through the Looking Glass premiere
Isla Fisher stood out on the blue carpet as she supported husband Sacha Baron Cohen at his latest movie premiere.
Actress Isla Fisher was beautiful in blue at the Alice Through the Looking Glass premiere in London on Tuesday night (10May16).
The Australian actress does not appear in the hotly anticipated sequel, but she hit the blue carpet to support her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen, who stars alongside Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska in the Tim Burton movie.
The couple posed hand-in-hand for the waiting photographers, and Isla, 40, looked radiant in her strapless floral blue dress.
The garment featured a sweetheart neckline and oversized bow detail on her hip, and Isla teamed it with a contrasting pair of magenta high heels.
With her long red hair styled in loose waves, the mother-of-three wore a pair of tear drop diamond earrings to add a touch of sparkle to her ensemble.
Meanwhile, Sacha, 44, looked handsome in a three-piece suit, white shirt and purple tie, keeping the suit jacket open, while he sported a pair of black lace up combat boots to add a casual touch to his formal outfit.
Johnny Depp, 52, also scrubbed up well for the premiere, wearing a black jacquard print tuxedo jacket over an open necked white shirt with an oversized collar and black waistcoat.
Johnny wore his trademark blue tinted glasses and multiple rings on his fingers, while keeping his dark hair slicked back off his face.
Mia Wasikowska, who reprises her role as the titular Alice following the success of the 2010 original, looked striking in a full-length shimmering green gown.
The dress featured thin straps and a low cut V-shaped neckline at the front, while it was completely backless except for a thin black belt around her waist.
The 26-year-old kept her short blonde hair slicked to the side in a flapper-girl style do, while her make-up was all blush tones for a natural aesthetic.
Alice Through the Looking Glass opens opens in the U.K. on 27 May (16).
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