Guy Ritchie and his son Rocco played the perfect double act as they donned matching costumes for Halloween.
The film director and his 14-year-old son, who he shares with ex-wife Madonna, drew inspiration from crime series Breaking Bad.
Attending the Unicef Halloween Ball in London on Thursday night, Guy and Rocco showed up in bright yellow overalls well known from the show, complete with blue surgical gloves and face masks.
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Guy Ritchie and his son Rocco channelled Breaking Bad
Guy's fiancée Jacqui Ainsley put as much effort into her costume as the father-son duo, choosing to channel Mila Kunis from Black Swan.
The 32-year-old model, who gave birth to her third child with Guy earlier this year, looked spectacular in a black leotard, matching tutu and dramatic smokey eye make-up.
The trio were joined by a host of famous faces at the charity star-studded bash, which was held to raise money for children in war-torn Syria. Other celebrities who donned fancy dress for the night included Suki Waterhouse, Hugh Grant and host of the night Jemima Khan.
Rocco, Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley at the Unicef Halloween party
The journalist and campaigner, who is a Unicef UK Ambassador, outdid all her fellow guests, strapping a gorilla costume and wooden cage to herself to portray King Kong.
Jemima spoke about her recent visit to Jordan where she met Syrian children and families who had fled the over three year conflict.
"The number of Syrian children in danger is spiralling out of control," Jemima said at the Mayfair event, which raised £750,000.
Host Jemima Khan portrayed a scene from King Kong
"Unicef is working day and night to reach these children with life-saving food, water, medicine, education and support to help them deal with the trauma they have faced," she added. "Their work is desperately underfunded. Tonight at the Halloween Ball we hope to raise a huge amount to help give Syrian children their childhood back."
Model and actress Suki Waterhouse surprised the audience when she performed a duet with Bryan Adams, while Tinie Tempah closed the evening with hits Pass Out and Written in the Stars.