[on how he met his wife] It was an embarrassing evening. Hannah was at a girls’ school near Eton and they invited some of our guys over to do a fashion show for charity. I had to walk across the stage topless - I was this pasty, freckly guy and when I came on the girls in the audience didn’t take much notice of me, but I was followed by the best-looking boy in the school and all the girls erupted in cheers, which was emotionally scarring! I saw Hannah across the room at a party afterwards and she was very beautiful and very funny and she loves the arts and theatre just as I do, so we became friends. I’d finished rehearsals (for “Les miserables”) and was about to start shooting in a few days and so I said to myself, “I’m going to go to Florence for a quick break and write or do something like that.” Before I went, Hannah and I were on a sort of date - we’d been good friends for 12 years - and we had a wonderful evening and I suddenly said, “You don’t want to come to Florence with me next week, do you?” She said, “That’s absurd, you don’t mean it.” I said, “Yes I do!” So our first proper date was in Florence. That was three years ago and we couldn’t be happier.
—  Eddie Redmayne

Mila Kunis is working some serious style in Jupiter Ascending
Eddie Redmayne is looking pretty hot too

Eddie also got the couture treatment, and while the actor has had his fair share of period drama waistcoats and top hats in the past, the futuristic blockbuster led to some more out-there looks. Comparing the experience to his Oscar-nominated role in The Theory of Everything, where he plays Stephen Hawking from the ‘60s, Eddie has told Wired.com: “When you go to play Hawking, at the costume fittings there were pages of photographs, really specific. On [Jupiter] I walked in and Kym Barrett, who did the costumes for The Matrix was like, ‘Maybe sequins?’ And I was like, ‘How about that?!’”