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Sophie Turner looks ravishing in a red slip dress as she heads to dinner with husband Joe

Sophie Turner cut a stylish figure as she headed for a late night dinner with husband Joe Jonas at Craig’s in West Hollywood on Saturday night.

The Game of Thrones actress, 25, looked ravishing in a red slip dress as she and her popstar beau, 32, rode along in a car before joining his brothers Nick, 28, and Kevin, 33. 

Sophie pulled out all the stops for the evening, showing a hint of cleavage in the plunging scarlet number, which she teamed with a gold chain necklace.

Lady in red: Sophie Turner cut a stylish figure as she headed for a late night dinner with husband Joe Jonas at Craig’s in West Hollywood on Saturday night

The film star swept her dark locks into a neat bun, while much of her face was concealed by a black face mask. 

Meanwhile, Joe cut a somewhat more casual figure than his wife, donning a cream polo shirt with a navy trim and gold buttons. 

Elsewhere, Kevin and Nick also opted for a relaxed look, with Kevin sporting a green sweatshirt while Nick donned an orange and black number. 

Outing: The Game of Thrones actress, 25, looked ravishing in a red slip dress as she and her popstar beau, 32, (pictured) rode along in a car before joining his brothers Nick, 28, and Kevin, 33.

Outing: The Game of Thrones actress, 25, looked ravishing in a red slip dress as she and her popstar beau, 32, (pictured) rode along in a car before joining his brothers Nick, 28, and Kevin, 33.

The group kept things low-key and donned face masks as they headed into the swanky eatery. 

Sophie and Joe were without their baby daughter Willa, 12 months, as they took some time out from parenting duties. 

The couple tied the knot in a Las Vegas wedding on May 1 2019. They exchanged vows for a second time in France the following June. 

It’s been a busy time for the Primetime Emmy-nominated actress who is currently involved in the production of two television series.

Lovely: Sophie pulled out all the stops for the evening, showing a hint of cleavage in the plunging scarlet number, which she teamed with a gold chain necklace

Lovely: Sophie pulled out all the stops for the evening, showing a hint of cleavage in the plunging scarlet number, which she teamed with a gold chain necklace

Evening look: The film star swept her dark locks into a neat bun, while much of her face was concealed by a black face mask

Evening look: The film star swept her dark locks into a neat bun, while much of her face was concealed by a black face mask

The performer is voicing Princess Charlotte in the animated sitcom The Prince.

The Gary Janetti-created show will focus on the life of Prince George as he humorously interacts with other members of the British monarchy. 

The program will also feature the voice talents of several other performers such as Orlando Bloom, Alan Cumming and Lucy Punch.

Chilled: Elsewhere, Kevin and Nick also opted for a relaxed look, with Kevin sporting a green sweatshirt while Nick donned an orange and black number

Chilled: Elsewhere, Kevin and Nick also opted for a relaxed look, with Kevin sporting a green sweatshirt while Nick donned an orange and black number

Casual: The group kept things low-key and donned face masks as they headed into the swanky eatery

Casual: The group kept things low-key and donned face masks as they headed into the swanky eatery

The series was initially set to make its debut on the HBO Max streaming service this past spring, although it was delayed due to Prince Philip’s passing in April. It has since been released last month.

Turner will also appear as Margaret Ratliff in the long-awaited miniseries The Staircase, which is based on the 2004 docuseries of the same name.

The show will see Colin Firth starring as novelist Michael Peterson, who was charged with murdering his wife Kathleen in 2001 and eventually convicted of voluntary manslaughter in 2017.

Harrison Ford was initially set to take the starring role in the series and serve as one of its executive producers, although he later dropped out of the project.

Cartoon: The performer is voicing Princess Charlotte in the animated sitcom The Prince

Cartoon: The performer is voicing Princess Charlotte in the animated sitcom The Prince

On screen: The performer is also set to portray Margaret Ratliff in the upcoming miniseries The Staircase, which is based on the docuseries of the same name (pictured at the 2019 premiere of Dark Phoenix)

On screen: The performer is also set to portray Margaret Ratliff in the upcoming miniseries The Staircase, which is based on the docuseries of the same name (pictured at the 2019 premiere of Dark Phoenix)

The program will also feature the talents of Toni Collette, Juliette Binoche and Parker Posey, among other performers.

The Staircase initially entered the development stage in 2008 and experienced a lengthy writing process before production eventually began last month.

It is currently scheduled to be released on HBO Max in the near future. 

Future release: The miniseries is currently set to make its debut on the HBO Max streaming service sometime in the near future (pictured at the 71st Emmy Awards in 2019)

Future release: The miniseries is currently set to make its debut on the HBO Max streaming service sometime in the near future (pictured at the 71st Emmy Awards in 2019)

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