She might be a newcomer to the showbiz industry, but George Clooney's girlfriend Stacy Keibler seems to have adapted pretty quickly to being in the limelight.
The former wrestler ensured all eyes were on her at the London premiere of her beau's new movie The Descendants by showing off her impressive figure in a revealing gold Maria Lucia Hohan gown.
The 31-year-old blonde looked stunning in the dress, which highlighted her curves, as she posed on the red carpet for the screening, held as part of the BFI London Film Festival.
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Eye-catching: George Clooney's girlfriend Stacy Keibler made sure she was the centre of attention at the London premiere of his new movie The Descendants
Smitten: The pair looked incredibly loved-up as they posed for photographers on the red carpet at the premiere of Clooney's new movie in London
Stacey teamed her full-length Grecian style gown with plaits wound around her head and diamond jewellery.
The pair's relationship certainly seems to be going from strength to strength, with Stacy accompanying Clooney at his recent premieres for The Descendants and his other current movie The Ides Of March.
Shining star: Stacy completed her look for the BFI London Film Festival event with diamond jewellery and minimal make-up
Glittering in gold: The former wrestler posed confidently for photographers as she arrived for the movie premiere in LondonClooney only split from his former flame Elisabetta Canalis in August, following a two year romance.
It is believed their relationship ended when the Dancing With The Stars contestant expressed her wish to say 'I do' and have children.
He is already an accomplished director winning an Academy Award nomination for Good Night And Good Luck and has produced and written screenplays for many more movies.
Speaking today, he said: 'Hopefully, the trend is towards directing more because as we all know, the older you get, the less and less roles there are to play. And I want to be part of this business for a long time.
Coming of age: Clooney in The Descendants, hich tells the tale of a man trying to reconnect with his two daughters after his wife suffers a boating accident and falls into a coma
Describing his latest film The Descendants as a 'coming-of-age story for a 50-year-old man', he said it was the director Alexander Payne and the script which drew him to the role.
He said: 'I have learned after bad mistakes that I should read the screenplay first. When you first start off, you just take jobs like Batman & Robin and The Peacemaker.
'Now I try to focus on the best screenplays and make sure the directors are on the same page. Alexander is one of the best directors in the business, and he hasn't missed yet as a filmmaker.'