Isla Fisher stuns in a semi-sheer beaded gown as she attends the CinefestOZ Film Festival


Isla Fisher stuns in a semi-sheer beaded gown as she attends the CinefestOZ Film Festival with husband Sacha Baron Cohen


Isla Fisher dressed to impress as she attended the CinefestOZ Film Festival with her husband Sacha Baron Cohen in Western Australia on Saturday.

The Australian actress, 45, looked every inch the beauty queen as she arrived to the event in a semi-sheer black and blue beaded gown.

The Wedding Crashers star looked sensational in the frock, which also featured tulle detailing around the shoulders.

Dressed to impress: Isla Fisher stunned in a semi-sheer gown as she attended the CinefestOZ Film Festival with husband Sacha Baron Cohen on Saturday

Isla tied her trademark locks back and wore a full face of makeup, including a matte lipstick and blush.

Meanwhile, Sacha looked dapper in a navy suit and matching pants as he arrived to the event.

The 49-year-old comedian teamed the ensemble with a pair of white sneakers and was all smiles as he walked behind his wife.

Style statement: The Wedding Crashers star looked sensational in the frock, which featured tulle detailing around the shoulders

Style statement: The Wedding Crashers star looked sensational in the frock, which featured tulle detailing around the shoulders 

The couple have lived in the US for years but relocated to Sydney with their children several months ago.

Isla spoke to Marie Claire Australia in May about their decision to relocate Down Under.

Isla, who grew up in Perth, rubbished reports she and Sacha had wanted to escape ‘Trump’s America’, saying their relocation from LA to Sydney was a personal rather than a political decision.

Relocating: Isla and her husband Sacha lived in the US for years but relocated to Sydney with their children several months ago

Relocating: Isla and her husband Sacha lived in the US for years but relocated to Sydney with their children several months ago

She added that it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the U.S. and that she can ‘be herself’ in Australia.

She also told Stellar magazine of their move across the Pacific: ‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cosy, when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up.’

Isla was born in Oman but grew up in Perth, before moving back to Australia with her family.

Happy to be home: Isla recently said it 'feels very magical' to be back home after spending so long in the US

Happy to be home: Isla recently said it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the US

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