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Una Healy and husband Ben Foden took time out from their busy schedules and parenting duties to 11-month-old daughter Aoife Belle, to enjoy a night out at the UK premiere of Oz The Great And Powerful.
The Saturdays singer, who recently returned from Los Angeles where she filmed the band's reality TV show, Chasing the Saturdays, braved the cold temperatures while walking the special yellow carpet at the Empire Leicester Square cinema.
Mother-of-one Una dazzled in an embellished sheer dress which she accessorised with sparkly shoes and clutch. Meanwhile, rugby player Ben looked dapper in dark suit trousers and a black shirt.
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Just hours after attending the big event, the 31-year-old star tweeted: "Go see OZ The Great And Powerful it's a truly magical movie and will warm the cockles of your heart! X."
Screen sirens and stars of the movie, Rachel Weisz, Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams also conjured up some stunning outfits for the premiere.
The Mummy star braved the chilly temperatures in London's West End in a strapless cream lace Michael Kors, while Michelle, who plays Glinda the Good Witch, chose a peacock dress by Burberry and Mila Kunis wore a brown checked gown with ruffles.
On the red carpet, Rachel revealed she relished playing a villainess in Sam Raimi's origins story.
The 42-year-old star of The Constant Gardener and The Bourne Legacy admitted she threw herself into the role of wicked witch Evanora because it was so different to the characters she normally plays.
"It was really fun. Bad girls definitely have more fun, I think," she said on the yellow carpet.
"I grew up watching black and white movies with my mum and we used to watch Bette Davis, Jean Harlow and so on. It used to be very fashionable for women to play bad girls but I think it's gone out of fashion so I think it's a good idea to make a resurgence."
Rachel, who is married to Bond star Daniel Craig and has a six-year-old son with US filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, said her child played no part in influencing her career choices.
"I would never do a film for my son. He's got his own life, which includes a lot of Lego. I thought it was a very fun character. She's very nasty and wicked," she said.
In his fourth reunion with Raimi since the Spider-Man films, James Franco takes the lead role of small-town magician Oscar Diggs, who has to try save the people of Oz from evil, with Michelle cast as Glinda the Good Witch and Mila as Evanora's younger sister Theodora.
Oz The Great And Powerful opens in cinemas on March 8.