Fans are swooning over sweet moment between Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart ahead of premiere

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Fans have been left swooning over a sweet moment between husband and wife duo Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart at the Cannes Film Festival this week.

The 80-year-old Indiana Jones actor was seen gazing lovingly at the Ally McBeal actress, 58, in several sweet snaps taken of the couple behind-the-scenes as they got glammed up for Ford's new Indiana Jones movie at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (May 18).

Flockhart was photographed wearing a stunning black tulle Zuhair Murad dress as her husband looked adoringly at her in the background. The images were posted by stylist Elizabeth Stewart, who uploaded several photos of the couple to her Instagram.

"Calista Carousel [...] #CalistaFlockhart in @zuhairmuradofficial and @chopard on her way to the @indianajones premiere tonight with #HarrisonFord! Loved being with this crew because we go way way back! [...]," Stewart captioned the pictures.

Obviously, fans of the couple - who wed in 2010 - couldn't help but comment on the loving photos.

One person wrote: "Get someone who looks at you the way Harrison is looking at Calista in that second pic!!"

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"I love him peeking around the corner [...]," someone else added.

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A third user chimed in with: "I love the photo with Harrison admiring her in this gorgeous dress."

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Ford and Flockhart lovingly held hands while on the red carpet, before heading inside the venue at Cannes to take in the fifth (and, supposedly, final) installment of the Indiana Jones franchise - Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

Speaking to reporters at the event, Ford said of the movie (via People): "I was very proud of it. You don't make a film for yourself, you make it for an audience. This is the first time I've seen it with a proper audience and it was very gratifying."

The actor - who has played the role of Indiana Jones since the first movie was released in 1981 - also praised the director James Mangold, as well as his co-stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen. "I think James Mangold made a terrific movie [...] I think the performances of Phoebe [Waller-Bridge] and Mads Mikkelsen and all the other cast members were brilliant. I was just very moved by it. And there was a very nice nod to my career that made me realize how lucky I am," he said.

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Ford and Flockhart all smiles at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Credit: Oleg Nikishin / Alamy

Before the premiere, Ford was presented with an honorary Palme d'Or - the highest prize at Cannes - for his achievements in the film industry. He was seen tearing up as a montage of his best career moments - which included clips of him in Star Wars and The Fugitive - played out for the audience to see.

"My life has been enabled by my lovely wife, who has supported my passions and my dreams and I'm grateful," Ford said, per Variety, before Indiana Jones premiered. "And you know, I love you too. You've given my life purpose and meaning and I'm grateful for that, so grateful."

Featured image credit: Independent Photo Agency Srl / Alamy

Fans are swooning over sweet moment between Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart ahead of premiere

vt-author-image

By Phoebe Egoroff

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Fans have been left swooning over a sweet moment between husband and wife duo Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart at the Cannes Film Festival this week.

The 80-year-old Indiana Jones actor was seen gazing lovingly at the Ally McBeal actress, 58, in several sweet snaps taken of the couple behind-the-scenes as they got glammed up for Ford's new Indiana Jones movie at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (May 18).

Flockhart was photographed wearing a stunning black tulle Zuhair Murad dress as her husband looked adoringly at her in the background. The images were posted by stylist Elizabeth Stewart, who uploaded several photos of the couple to her Instagram.

"Calista Carousel [...] #CalistaFlockhart in @zuhairmuradofficial and @chopard on her way to the @indianajones premiere tonight with #HarrisonFord! Loved being with this crew because we go way way back! [...]," Stewart captioned the pictures.

Obviously, fans of the couple - who wed in 2010 - couldn't help but comment on the loving photos.

One person wrote: "Get someone who looks at you the way Harrison is looking at Calista in that second pic!!"

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Credit: Instagram.com

 

"I love him peeking around the corner [...]," someone else added.

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Credit: Instagram.com

A third user chimed in with: "I love the photo with Harrison admiring her in this gorgeous dress."

wp-image-1263212469 size-full
Credit: Instagram.com

Ford and Flockhart lovingly held hands while on the red carpet, before heading inside the venue at Cannes to take in the fifth (and, supposedly, final) installment of the Indiana Jones franchise - Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

Speaking to reporters at the event, Ford said of the movie (via People): "I was very proud of it. You don't make a film for yourself, you make it for an audience. This is the first time I've seen it with a proper audience and it was very gratifying."

The actor - who has played the role of Indiana Jones since the first movie was released in 1981 - also praised the director James Mangold, as well as his co-stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen. "I think James Mangold made a terrific movie [...] I think the performances of Phoebe [Waller-Bridge] and Mads Mikkelsen and all the other cast members were brilliant. I was just very moved by it. And there was a very nice nod to my career that made me realize how lucky I am," he said.

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Ford and Flockhart all smiles at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Credit: Oleg Nikishin / Alamy

Before the premiere, Ford was presented with an honorary Palme d'Or - the highest prize at Cannes - for his achievements in the film industry. He was seen tearing up as a montage of his best career moments - which included clips of him in Star Wars and The Fugitive - played out for the audience to see.

"My life has been enabled by my lovely wife, who has supported my passions and my dreams and I'm grateful," Ford said, per Variety, before Indiana Jones premiered. "And you know, I love you too. You've given my life purpose and meaning and I'm grateful for that, so grateful."

Featured image credit: Independent Photo Agency Srl / Alamy