Sophie Winkleman and Lord Frederick Windsor join Hollywood A-listers at pre-Oscar charity bash

Sophie Winkleman and Lord Frederick Windsor joined a host of Hollywood A-listers for Bvlgari's pre-Oscar charity event on Tuesday evening. The brunette actress and her financial advisor husband, who is the son of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, stepped out for the Save the Children STOP.THINK.GIVE event in Beverly Hills where they were joined by the likes of Kylie Minogue, Naomi Watts, Laura Dern and Adrien Brody among others.

Sophie Winkleman and her husband Lord Frederick Windsor stepped out in LA on Tuesday

For the glitzy bash Sophie, who has been keeping a somewhat low profile since welcoming a baby in 2013, wore a little black number with matching black stilettos. She swept her locks back into a ponytail and added a pop of colour with a stroke of pink lipstick and some dazzle with a sparkling statement bracelet. Lord Frederick Windsor co-ordinated with his wife in a dark suit and striped burgundy tie.

Kylie Minogue also attended the pre-Oscar charity bash

Pint-sized pop star Kylie was all smiles at the glamorous affair, which took place ahead of the Oscars on Sunday evening, in a short boxy number with a shimmering brocade pattern in midnight blue.

The 46-year-old accessorised with a black clutch and heels and wore her blonde locks in loose waves. A smokey eye and pink lip finished her youthful look.

Naomi Watts was as chic as ever in a demure cream number

Fellow Australian Naomi Watts, meanwhile, looked chic in an elegant cream frock that featured a soft drape that added fluid drama to the otherwise simplistic dress.

This year's Academy Awards will take place on Sunday 22 February at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, with Meryl Streep, Matthew McConaughey, Cate Blanchett, new mum Scarlett Johansson and Oprah Winfrey among those on hand to present the highly-coveted statuettes.

Adrien Brody of The Grand Budapest Hotel will be attending the Oscars

The star-studded ceremony will also see Rita Ora perform her Oscar-nominated song Grateful, and John Legend take to the stage with rapper Common to sing their nominated track Glory, from the film Selma.