Meryl Streep cuts a stylish figure in a pantsuit as she joins lookalike daughter Grace Gummer and son-in-law Mark Ronson at the inaugural Albie Awards in New York
It was a family affair for Meryl Streep on Thursday, who stepped out with her lookalike daughter Grace Gummer and son-in-law Mark Ronson at an awards night in New York.
The Hollywood icon, 73, cut an elegant figure in a pantsuit as she stepped out at the Clooney Foundation For Justice Inaugural Albie Awards at the New York Public Library.
She gently held hands with her 36-year-old daughter, who stunned in a flowing cream dress.
Family affair: Meryl Streep cut a stylish figure as she joined lookalike daughter Grace Gummer and son-in-law Mark Ronson at the first Albie Awards in New York on Thursday
Meryl, who is known for films such as The Devil Wears Prada and Death Becomes Her, wore baggy pants and a blouse.
She accessorized with gold jewelry and wore her blonde locks around her face.
Grace, who followed in her mother’s acting footsteps, stunned in a flowing cream dress that featured a cutout at the bust.
Gorgeous: Grace, who followed in her mother’s acting footsteps, stunned in a flowing cream dress that featured a cutout at the bust
Grace teamed the look with a cream handbag and black heels and wore chandelier earrings.
DJ Mark, 47, looked dapper in a black tuxedo and bow tie.
In August, the couple celebrated their first wedding anniversary and Mark said falling in love with Grace made him “someone who spouts nonsense”.
“When people told me their spouse was their best friend, I thought they were spouting nonsense or that they were an abnormality in love,” he captioned a series of dreamy photos of them snuggling into the sunset.
Ronson continued, “Or maybe I just married the most amazing human being. Happy birthday to my darling, you made me happy beyond my craziest ❤️.’
Meanwhile, other famous attendees at the event hosted by George Clooney and his wife Amal included Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski.
United front: DJ Mark, 47, looked dapper in a black tuxedo and bow tie as the trio held hands on the red carpet
Rubbing shoulders: Other famous attendees at the event hosted by George Clooney and his wife Amal included Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski
The event was organized to honor those who dedicate their lives to justice.
George told Access Hollywood on the red carpet, “This event, in general, just went through a lot of planning.” There is a lot of work to bring people here. We had to write ambassadors to get people out, to get visas to come here, so it was a long process to get everyone here.
The couple also wrote on the Clooney Foundation for Justice website about their goal: “We believe justice should be served – it doesn’t happen by chance.”
“So when journalists are locked up just for doing their job, we try to get them out of jail. When young girls are denied the right to study, work or marry whenever they want, we help them defend their rights in court. When minorities are targeted for genocide, we help trigger trials against the perpetrators.
“The Albie Awards add a new dimension to our work at CFJ: they are a protective way to shine a light on the many brave individuals who, at great personal risk, have dedicated their lives to justice.”
A good cause: The event was organized to honor those who dedicate their lives to justice