Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton showed off their togetherness at this year's BAFTA 2022 Film Awards on Sunday.
The actor, 40, and his girlfriend, 37, pulled out all the stops as they got dressed up for the event.

Tom looked devilishly handsome in a black blazer and trousers as he posed hand-in-hand with Zawe.

He paired the suit with a white shirt and completed his look with a black bow tie and white pocket square.

Zawe looked effortlessly stunning in a flowing, floor-length pink gown with an attached cape for added drama.

Her brunette locks were swept back and styled smoothly, while she added a touch of sparkle to her look with a pair of diamond earrings.

Zawe and Tom confirmed their romance during a steamy PDA holiday on the beach in Ibiza last September, before making their red carpet debut together at the Tony Awards in New York City later that month. 

Dune dominated the British Academy Film Awards, held at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night, while The Power Of The Dog took the Best Picture prize.

The science fiction film received five of the eleven nominations for the 75th awards ceremony, where diversity triumphed, with Lashana Lynch taking the Rising Star award, deaf actor Troy Kotsur winning Supporting Actor and West Side Story's Ariana Debose taking the Supporting Actress prize.

Joanna Scanlan, 60, won the lead actress award for her performance in the Aleem Khan-directed drama After Love, and Will Smith, 53, won the lead actor award for his role in King Richard.

The politically charged show returned after a two-year hiatus. Host Rebel Wilson gave Vladimir Putin the middle finger, while many of the stars wore black and Ukrainian ribbons as a sign of solidarity.

Dune won awards in the categories of visual special effects, sound, production design, cinematography and original music.

The first part of the two-part film adaptation of Frank Herbert's 1965 science fiction novel, directed by Denis Villeneuve, won the Best Cinematography award for Naomi Campbell and Ru-Paul.

Hans Zimmer was again honoured in the Original Score category, beating out Being The Ricardos, Do not Look Up, The French Dispatch and The Power of the Dog.

Lead actress Joanna admitted she was overwhelmed by her success when she took the stage.

She said, 'Oh, come on! Some stories have surprise endings, do not they?'

Joanna had to compete against Lady Gaga, Alana Haim, Emilia Jones, Tessa Thompson and Renate Reinsve for the award.