Kelly MacDonald and Colin Firth attend Operation Mincemeat London Film Premiere  

Kelly Macdonald and Colin Firth led the stars attending the film premiere of Operation Mincemeat at The Curzon Mayfair in London on Tuesday.

Kelly arrived on the blue carpet in a black and silver patterned shirt which she paired with a black skirt.

The star added height to her frame with a pair of black ankle boots and complimented her outfit with matching tights.

Event: Kelly Macdonald and Colin Firth led the stars attending the premiere of Operation Mincemeat at The Curzon Mayfair in London on Tuesday

Cinching her waist with a matching belt, the actress completed her look by styling her locks into an updo.

Colin, who stars as British judge Ewen Montague in the war drama, looked suave for the screening as he wore a black blazer and trousers with a white shirt.

Their co-star Jason Isaacs looked dapper in an all-black look, sporting a matching blazer, trousers and shirt.

Claudia Winkleman looked sensational as she made a rare public appearance with her husband Kris Thykier.

Style: Kelly arrived on the blue carpet in a black and silver patterned shirt which she paired with a black skirt

Couple: Claudia Winkleman looked sensational as she made a rare public appearance with her husband Kris Thykier

Smart: Kelly’s co-star Jason Isaacs looked dapper in an all-black look, sporting a matching blazer, trousers and shirt

Film: Kelly, Penelope Wilton, Colin and Jason all appeared in good spirits as they posed for snaps together

Movie: The film had its world premiere at the 2021 British Film Festival in Australia

The Strictly Come Dancing presenter donned a black blazer, pairing it with matching leggings.

Adding height to her frame with a pair of white heels, the broadcaster carried a black handbag and let her tresses fall loose down her shouders.

Kris, who served as a producer on Operation Mincemeat, sported a dark grey blazer, mathching trousers and a white shirt.

Keeley Hawes appeared in good spirits at the event where she signed autographs for fans upon arrival.

Project: (L-R) Johnny Flynn, Matthew Macfadyen, Kelly Macdonald, Dame Penelope Wilton, Colin Firth, Jason Isaacs and Director John Madden celebrate the film’s release

In demand: Keeley Hawes appeared in good spirits at the event where she signed autographs for fans upon arrival

Radiant: The star donned a black long-sleeved dress with a sheer detail and styled her blonde locks into a bob

Role: Colin plays Ewen Montagu in the film and posed with some of the judge’s real-life family members at the premiere

Star: Colin appeared in good spirits as he signed autographs for fans

The star donned a black long-sleeved dress with a sheer detail and styled her blonde locks into a bob.

Jimmy Carr made his first red carpet appearance since the controversy over his holocaust joke.

The comedian sparked criticism over a clip from his special His Dark Material, which saw him joke that the ‘thousands of gypsies killed by the Nazis’ was a ‘positive’ effect of the Holocaust.

However he has since put the controversy behind him and appeared in good spirits at the film premiere where he sported a three-piece blue suit.

Pair: Jason was joined at the premiere by his wife of over 20 years, Emma Hewitt

Appearance: Jimmy Carr made his first red carpet appearance since the controversy over his holocaust joke

Suave: Matthew Macfadyen looked dapper as he posed for a snap alongside Colin

Embrace: Colin was all smiles as he hugged his co-star Penelope Wilton

Drama: Having previously been brought to life on the big screen in 1956, the 1943-set blockbuster will document the real life Operation Mincemeat

Outfit: Johnny Flynn opted for a dark grey blazer and trousers which he wore with a white shirt

Also in attendance was actress Margaret Clunie who donned a black dress and matching ankle boots.

The Victoria star also donned a matching pair of tights and wrapped up in a beige coat, adding to her look with a black handbag.

Charlotte Hamblin opted for a black and yellow midi dress with a patterned print and v-neckline.

The actress sported a pair of gold open-toed heels and added to her outfit with matching earrings.

Flawless: Charlotte Hamblin opted for a black and yellow midi dress with a patterned print and v-neckline

Looking good: Also in attendance was actress Margaret Clunie who donned a black dress and matching ankle boots

Looking good: Claudia styled her brunette locks into loose waves for the premiere where she signed autographs for fans

Style: Strictly Come Dancing presenter Claudia added to her look with a black handbag

Dapper: Lorne MacFayden looked dapper in a classic black suit and matching bow tie

Stunning: Model Eunice Olumide opted for a black velvet long-sleeved dress with a leg split

Having previously been brought to life on the big screen in 1956, the 1943-set blockbuster will document the real life Operation Mincemeat.

The mission was intended to distract the Axis away from an Allied invasion and liberation of Sicily and consisted of making a soldier’s corpse appear to be a downed pilot.

He would be carrying documents showing an Allied plan to attack the Axis controlled Greece rather than Sicily.

The corpse would then was ashore near a known Axis base, having been dropped into the ocean, leading Axis forces to defend Greece, which allowed the Allied forces to liberate Sicily.

Plot: The mission was intended to distract the Axis away from an Allied invasion and liberation of Sicily and consisted of making a soldier’s corpse appear to be a downed pilot

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