Helen Mirren got close to Ryan Reynolds, who was wearing Brunello Cucinelli, when the handsome actor presented her with the icon award at Glamour UK's Women of the Year awards in London on Tuesday. The actress grabbed onto Ryan's face when she took to the stage and later happily sidled up to him to pose for photos after accepting her trophy. Helen peppered her acceptance speech with her usual brand of saucy humor, joking that she has a "real c*ck, a psychic c*ck" after host Graham Norton had joked that he couldn't win an award that night because he "has a c*ck." Of course, you don't have to be a woman to win an award, as Catching Fire's Sam Claflin was awarded the man of the year honor by his Mockingjay costar Natalie Dormer. Other guests included Samuel L. Jackson, Lake Bell, who won the filmmaker award, and Sarah Hyland, who nabbed the comedy actress trophy.
While Ryan was busy honoring Helen, his wife,
Blake Lively, was busy with an event of her own on the other side of the Atlantic. Blake paired up with none other than Beyoncé for a special cocktail reception for Chime For Change, a nonprofit that Bey started alongside Salma Hayek and Gucci's creative director, Frida Giannini. Of course, if Blake is missing Ryan, she can always look through these pictures of Ryan from the '90s and early 2000s.
Helen Mirren chatted with Ryan Reynolds while accepting her award.
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Naomi Campbell wore a colorful frock.
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Sarah Hyland walked the carpet with her boyfriend, Matt Prokop.
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Sam Claflin attended the event with his wife, Laura Haddock.
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Taylor Schilling showed skin in a silver number.
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Sam accepted his man of the year award from Natalie Dormer.
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Lake Bell cuddled with her husband, Scott Campbell.
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Alexa Chung went for a black frock.
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Samuel L. Jackson kept things bright.
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Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner wore a plaid dress.
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Ryan helped Helen off the stage.
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Sarah wore a glittering gold dress.
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Lake held onto her pregnant stomach.
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Ryan and Helen posed with her icon award.
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