They recently tied the knot in a lavish Moroccan wedding after more than two years of dating.
And Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre looked happier than ever as they attended the star-studded Met Gala, 2019 in New York City on Monday
The Luther actor, 46, and his model wife, 29, sweetly held hands on the pink carpet in one of their first outings as a married couple.
Sabrina sported curly candyfloss tresses for the stunning outing as she poured her toned frame in a shimmering rose gold gown.
The low-cut gown flashed her ample assets before cinching in at her toned waist.
The sequinned gown flowed into a pearlescent floor-length skirt with a split which teased her toned legs.
Adding extra drama to the look, the dress came with a blush pink tulle train that billowed out behind the beauty.
Her make-up look was kept soft and radiant with metallic shadow and pink gloss.
The Wire star Idris looked hunky in a blue, green and black ornately patterned blazer with silk panels.
He wore this over a black fitted shirt and silk bow tie, paired with matching trousers and patent leather shoes.
The pair exchanged vows at the Ksar Char Bagh hotel in Marrakesh surrounded by 150 of their nearest and dearest.
Sabrina wore two exquisite dresses by Vera Wang – a Bardot-style gown for the wedding ceremony and a pearl-embroidered number for the reception. Male guests wore black tie.
Her make-up was done by British make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury, while the photos were taken by American celebrity snapper Sean Thomas.
After stunning in her first A-line bardot style gown for the ceremony, Sabrina switched into a pearl embroidered number, while Idris was kitted out in a bespoke Ozwald suit for the swanky reception at the same venue – which has been captured in the first official pictures.
Making it quite the extravagant affair for their family and friends, the pair enjoyed a Moroccan themed dinner the night before at Amanjena, which sits just outside the Red City and is inspired by old Marrakech and 12th-century Menara gardens.
Idris and Sabrina met in Canada, where the former Miss Vancouver is from.
They became acquainted on the set of the 2017 film, The Mountain Between Us.
Speaking about the early days of their relationship, Idris told People Magazine: ‘Falling in love while making a movie about falling in love is pretty special.’
They walked the red carpet together for the first time at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival for the screening of the film Molly’s Game which Idris starred in.
Met Gala 2019 theme: So what does ‘Notes on Camp’ mean…?
Lady Gaga’s dream theme! The pop star embraced ‘camp’ on the Met Gala red carpet
So what exactly is ‘camp’?
The museum’s exhibition is based on ‘Notes on Camp,’ an essay written in 1964 by American author Susan Sontag.
‘Camp is by nature subversive (…) confronting and challenging the status quo,’ the Costume Institute’s head curator Andrew Bolton said Monday at a press event about the exhibition before the gala.
‘In the end, the purpose of camp is to put a smile on our faces and a warm glow in our hearts.’
Some of the items in the exhibition might best explain the theme: the ‘swan dress’ worn by Bjork to the Oscars, a glittering costume worn by flamboyant US singer Liberace, a shower head necklace designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld for Chloe in the 1980s.
‘We’re experiencing a resurgence of camp — not just in fashion, but in culture in general,’ said Bolton.
‘Camp tends to come to the fore in moments of social and political instability. The 1960s was one such moment as were the 1980s.’
The exhibition ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ — a play on the title of Sontag’s essay — formally opens at the Met on Thursday and runs through September 8.
He said: ‘I think it’s an interesting space, especially for her. She’d never done a red carpet before and I tend not to do that. It was nice actually.’
The actor asked his other half to marry him in February during a screening for his film Yardie.
Rio Cinema confirmed the proposal on Twitter at the time, writing: Another first! Still 5 days to Valentines Day but went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend live on stage this morning before a preview of his film.’
The Met Gala is the annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute and is the most glittery and exclusive event on the New York fashion calendar.
It is famous for attracting luminaries of Hollywood, of fashion, music, sports, TV and the stage for an evening of fashion and charity to mark the museum’s spring exhibit.
This year, the exhibit and gala are dedicated to the idea of ‘camp,’ as defined by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay Notes on ‘Camp.’
The Met Gala, formally known as the Costume Institute Benefit, is always chaired by a team of high-wattage celebrities, and this year is no exception.
The event is chaired by pop star and actress-of-the-moment Lady Gaga, tennis star Serena Williams, and singer Harry Styles, along with Gucci designer Alessandro Michele and, as always, Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
Wintour said she believes this year’s Met Gala to be about ‘self expression’ and ‘individuality’, noting that she wanted to see ‘outrageous, fun, tongue in cheek’ fashion on the red carpet.
The new theme seems decidedly more lighthearted than last year’s hugely successful Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, about the relationship between fashion and Catholicism.
Inside the invite-only Met Gala: Anna Wintour approves the guest list… and stars pay $35,000 per seat
Anna Wintour has the final say over each person on the guest list
The annual Met Gala extravaganza raises money for the museum’s Costume Institute kicks off the Met’s annual major fashion exhibition — look out, because the theme is ‘camp.’
And the more outrageous the outfit, the better for the Met Gala red carpet, where the A-listers strut their stuff, usually in the most eye-popping ensemble they can find to match the theme.
Last year, Rihanna showed up in full papal-esque regalia, and Madonna wore a regal black gown – with a see-through cross in the bodice – to go along with the ‘Heavenly Bodies’ concept.
Want a seat? They go for $35,000 a piece.
Attendance is by invitation only, and word has it that Vogue editor extraordinaire Anna Wintour has the final say over each person on the guest list.
Organizers did reveal a smattering of names last month — members of the so-called ‘host committee’ — and so expect to see Jennifer Lopez, Bradley Cooper, Katy Perry and Priyanka Chopra.
Wintour co-chairs the event this year with an eclectic mix of boldface names — Gucci designer Alessandro Michele, pop diva Lady Gaga, British singer Harry Styles and tennis superstar Serena Williams.
That sumptuous, sprawling show drew more visitors than any Costume Institute exhibit — more than 1.3 million to the Met’s main Fifth Avenue location, and nearly 200,000 to its Cloisters branch — and indeed was one of the most attended shows in the museum’s history.
‘Fashion is the most overt and enduring conduit of the camp aesthetic,’ said Andrew Bolton, curator in charge of the Costume Institute and creator of its blockbuster shows. Bolton said the 2019 show would ‘advance creative and critical dialogue about the ongoing and ever-evolving impact of camp on fashion.’
The exhibit will feature approximately 175 objects, not only clothing but also sculptures, paintings, and drawings.
Designers to be featured in the show include: Cristóbal Balenciaga, Thom Browne, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Charles James, Christian Lacroix, Karl Lagerfeld, Prada, Versace and many more.
The Camp: Notes on Fashion exhibit will run from May 9 through Sept. 8.