Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Hit The Red Carpet At 'Maleficent' Event At Kensington Palace

08 May 2014 by

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at 'Maleficent' event at Kensington Palace [Getty]

The King and Queen of Hollywood, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, have touched down in London for the latest leg of Angie's promo tour of Maleficent. Forget the standard Leicester Square film premiere, the couple walked a blue carpet at an exhibit entitled 'The World of Maleficent' at Kensington Palace. Oo la la!

We wonder if Kate Middleton peeked through her curtains to catch a glimpse at the Hollywood royalty. Angelina is wore a sweeping black Atelier Versace dress covered in Swarvoski crystals (quelle surprise), with sheer sleeves, a V neck and plunging back. Brangelina always go matchy matchy at major events, so Brad obviously wore all black everything in Gucci, paired with jet black chunky frames. Angelina's eldest son Maddox was also at the event, wearing a leather jacket, black shirt and red tie.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at 'Maleficent' event at Kensington Palace [Getty]

Angelina's co-star Elle Fanning wore a cream strapless Georges Hobeika Fall 2013 Couture dress, with a full ball skirt. Elle always makes a statement with her beauty look, and this time she wore pink eyeshadow and her hair in a high bun covered with a crown of flowers, with ribbons falling down her neck.

Elle Fanning at 'Maleficent' event at Kensington Palace [Getty]

This year Brangelina dominated Awards Season, as they were the King and Queen of the Oscars and they ruled the BAFTAs in matching tuxedos. Angelina worked a laidback 'I'm just going to undo my bow-tie and grab a whisky before bed' look, while Brad sported a more uptight style.

We're using their latest red carpet appearance as an excuse to look back at their best moments in front of the flashbulbs. Look back at their loved up (and finest hair) moments in the gallery below...


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