Quentin Tarantino's wife Daniella Pick, 35, stuns in a champagne hued ballgown with dramatic train as she cosies up to director, 56, at the Cannes closing ceremony
They tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in November 2018.
And Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick were the epitome of true love as they cosied up at The Specials premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday - ahead of the festival's closing ceremony.
The iconic director, 56, and his glamorous new wife, 35, looked smitten as they wrapped their arms around one another on the carpet, with Daniella gazing up in awe at her husband.
Wow: Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick were the epitome of true love as they cosied up at The Specials premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday - ahead of the festival's closing ceremony
Singer Daniella looked gorgeous in a floor length, strapless champagne gown, which teased a glimpse of her cleavage.
The dress cinched in at her slender waist before flowing into a dramatic skirt with a flowing train.
The brunette beauty added a touch of sparkle with a diamond choker.
Her raven tresses were styled in loose waves parted in the middle while smoky shadow, fluttery lashes and a slick of coral gloss.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood director Quentin looked handsome in a tailored black suit, crisp white shirt and bow tie.
Loved: The iconic director, 56, and his glamorous new wife, 35, looked smitten as they wrapped their arms around one another on the carpet, with Daniella gazing up in awe at her husband
The Pulp Fiction director looked happy as he graced the red carpet, although his new flick missed out on the coveted Palme d'Or.
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's social satire Parasite, about a poor family of hustlers who find jobs with a wealthy family, has won the Cannes Film Festival's top award, the Palme d'Or.
The win for Parasite marks the first Korean film to ever win the Palme.
The awards were handed out in a ceremony on Saturday after being chosen by a jury presided over by filmmaker Alejandro Inarritu.
The festival's second place award, the Grand Prize, went to French-Senegalese director Mati Diop's Atlantics.
Beauty: Singer Daniella looked gorgeous in a floor length, strapless champagne gown, which teased a glimpse of her cleavage
Sparkle: Quentin flashed his new wedding band as he held hands with his wife
Diop was the first black female director in competition at Cannes.
Best actor went to Antonio Banderas for Pedro Almodovar's Pain And Glory and best actress went to Emily Beecham of the UK for Little Joe.
Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne won best director for Young Ahmed
Tarantino and Pick met in 2009 while the director was promoting his film Inglorious Basterds but didn't start their relationship until around 2016.
Quentin and the beautiful model were engaged in 2017 after a year of dating, Daniella is the daughter of Israeli singer and songwriter Tsvika Pick.
This is the Jackie Brown director's first marriage, he was previously linked to the likes of Ali Later and Kathy Griffin, the couple enjoyed a star-studded engagement party in September 2017.
The first official full trailer has been released for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood which coincidences with the premiere at Cannes, and like the earlier teaser it features Brad Pitt, Leonardo, and Margot Robbie.
As much of the plot has been kept under wraps, the trailer sheds more light on the relationship between Brad and Leo's characters, Robbie's portrayal of Sharon Tate, and how Charles Manson and 'family' will be featured in the film.
The movie is a character comedy/drama set in 1969 in Los Angeles, with multiple story lines paying tribute to what is widely known as Hollywood's 'golden age.'
The ninth film from the writer-director Tarantino features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood's golden age.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood will hit US theatres on July 26 and is set for a UK release on August 14.
Acclaimed: The Pulp Fiction director looked happy as he graced the red carpet, although his new flick Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, missed out on the coveted Palme d'Or