By LUCY BUCKLAND
She may have said being 'Mrs Borat' was embarrassing but Isla Fisher certainly looked like she was enjoying the more glamorous side of being Mrs Baron Cohen at the London premiere of Les Misérables.
In fact Isla, 36, stole the show from her husband in daring plunging white gown by Willow with triangular cut out panels which accentuated her slim figure and raven hair.
But it must have got a little chilly as the pair posed up and ever the gentleman, Sacha offered his wife a chivalric hand and helped her into her black jacket.
Although all eyes may have been on Isla, her 6ft 2in husband perhaps had the best view of her daring stain gown as she shone on the red carpet.
Sacha, who plays Monsieur Thénardier alongside Helena Bonham Carter, did his best to look dashing next to his stunning wife.
There was a general theme of innocence as star of the show Anne Hathaway wore a glamorous pearl Givenchy gown that boasted sequin detail and off the shoulder sleeves.
The floor-length gown fell perfectly over her figure, hugging her hips before flowing out around her feet but the real drama of the dress came from the back.
The gown boasted a dipped hemline that scooped to the small of her back, leaving plenty of skin on show.
Sacha's onscreen wife Helena Bonham Carter , who plays Madame Thénardier, looked just as quirky as usual in a black gown.
Isla recently said being 'Mrs Borat' can be rather embarrassing.
'I cannot tell you how embarrassing he is in social situations,’ says flame-haired Isla.
‘To him, there’s no difference between the awkward gaffes he deliberately makes as a comic, and the terrible faux pas he innocently commits as my husband.
‘One problem is that he doesn’t always recognise stars when they are not in character.
'He once told Diane Keaton at a dinner party that she should have won an Oscar for her performance in The Kids Are All Right because he thought she was Annette Benning.
‘Another time he asked Oscar-winning Cate Blanchett: “So what do you do for a living?”’