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Eddie Redmayne makes a statement in a jazzy green Gucci sweater at the ATG Summer Party.

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Eddie Redmayne looked ever-suave as he posed with his wife Hannah at the ATG Summer Party on Monday night.

The talented actor, 39, certainly made a statement in a jazzy green sweater vest by Gucci, complete with a red, blue and tan diamond motif.

The old Etonian combined the V-neck number with an off-white shirt, which he rolled up to his elbows and deliberately left untucked from his baggy navy trousers.

Smitten: Eddie Redmayne looked ever-suave as he put on a united display with his wife Hannah at the ATG Summer Party on Monday night

Smitten: Eddie Redmayne looked ever-suave as he put on a united display with his wife Hannah at the ATG Summer Party on Monday night

Keeping things casual in a pair of sandy trainers, the Oscar winner completed his ensemble with a sleek navy wristwatch.

Eddie, continuing his messy schoolboy look, styled his brown locks into a tousled quiff while tucking his hands into his pockets.

His stunning wife Hannah, 38, looked effortlessly chic in a chocolate blouse featuring red-and-green prints.

She slung a tan handbag over her right shoulder and strutted her way around the event in a pair of flared denim jeans.

Centre of attention:  The talented actor, 39, certainly made a statement in a jazzy green sweater vest by Gucci, complete with a red, blue and tan diamond motif

Centre of attention:  The talented actor, 39, certainly made a statement in a jazzy green sweater vest by Gucci, complete with a red, blue and tan diamond motif

Her caramel tresses cascaded down from a middle-parting in beachy waves and she wore a minimal amount of makeup.

Eddie also posed for photographers alongside his pal Rebecca Frecknall, who is associate director at the Almeida Theatre.

The Olivier Award recipient put on a classy display in a navy maxi dress and wore her silky brown tresses in a smart fringe.

She clasped an oversized navy clutch and sported a pair of pointed metallic heels.

Happy: Eddie also posed for photographers alongside his pal Rebecca Frecknall, who is associate director at the Almeida Theatre

Happy: Eddie also posed for photographers alongside his pal Rebecca Frecknall, who is associate director at the Almeida Theatre

The Theory of Everything actor’s luxury £2 million family holiday home was recently devastated in a wildfire around the French Riviera.

The blaze last month destroyed the upper floor of the property, which his parents have owned for nearly 35 years. Eddie spent childhood holidays and weekends at the six-bedroom villa.

The idyllic hillside house overlooks a vineyard, is surrounded by forests, has its own swimming pool, tennis court and a boules pitch – and is rented out in high summer for £7,800 a week. 

Devastating: The idyllic hillside house overlooks a vineyard, is surrounded by forests, has its own swimming pool, tennis court and a boules pitch

Devastating: The idyllic hillside house overlooks a vineyard, is surrounded by forests, has its own swimming pool, tennis court and a boules pitch

But it has been ravaged by France’s largest wildfire of the year, which started on Monday. 

It tore across 20,000 acres of the region of Var near Saint-Tropez, a popular holiday spot for well-heeled Britons, destroying dozens of houses before it was brought under control.

The Golden Globe recipient’s parents Richard and Patricia, who live in Chelsea, were due to fly out to France this weekend to inspect the damage to their villa.

Burning: The area has been ravaged by France¿s largest wildfire of the year, which started on Monday

Burning: The area has been ravaged by France’s largest wildfire of the year, which started on Monday

Investment banker Richard Redmayne, 83, said the house was occupied at the time of the blaze by friends who were forced to flee.

He told The Mail on Sunday: ‘The whole upper floor and the roof – was burned up. The heat was clearly intense. The hill at the back of the house now looks like a scene from the First World War.

‘We have had fires before there. We had one 15 or 16 years ago. But my gardener said to me that this last fire moved so fast that it covered the same distance in an hour that it took the earlier one to travel in three days.’  

Disaster: It tore across 20,000 acres of the region of Var near Saint-Tropez, a popular holiday spot for well-heeled Britons, destroying dozens of houses before it was brought under control

Disaster: It tore across 20,000 acres of the region of Var near Saint-Tropez, a popular holiday spot for well-heeled Britons, destroying dozens of houses before it was brought under control

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