Actress Julia Roberts and her husband, cinematographer Daniel Moder, were seen smiling and enjoying a reception for an event in Washington, DC on Sunday.
The couple were in attendance for the 2022 Kennedy Center Honors, hosted at the White House by President Biden.
Winners of the 45th annual event include actor and filmmaker George Clooney, singer-songwriter Amy Grant, singer Gladys Knight, songwriter Tania León and Irish rock band U2.
These winners received lifetime achievement awards.
Other stars like actor Matt Damon and journalist Katie Couric were also present.
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Roberts wore a black jacket over a dress covered in framed photographs of Clooney, a close friend of hers.
Roberts and Clooney have worked together several times in the past, including in the “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy and the movie “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.” Their new movie, “Ticket to Paradise,” premiered in October.
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Moder was seen wearing a simple black suit, as he and Roberts were spotted smiling and cheering at the event.
Roberts and Moder first met in 2000 on the set of his movie “The Mexican,” during which time Roberts was dating actor Benjamin Bratt and Moder was married to makeup artist Vera Steimberg.
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Moder filed for divorce from Steimberg about a year later. He then began dating Roberts after the divorce was finalized.
Roberts and Moder married in July 2002 at his ranch in New Mexico. The couple share three children: two boys and a girl.