Bella Thorne and Fiance Mark Emms were captured at the premiere of the movie, Priscilla on Monday during the Venice International Film Festival. The celebrity couple looked completely love-struck in an interesting red carpet-fashion.
At the Priscilla movie premiere, the actress was seen looking elegant in a floor-length ivory gown with an off-the-shoulder detailing. She added some colour to the dress by pairing it with midnight blue heels.
Thorne also wore some accessories which included a gold choker necklace, assorted rings, and a bracelet. Her face showed a natural makeup whilst her hair was let loose in waves to flow down her back.
On the other hand, Her fiance Mark looked formal and dashing in a black t-shirt and trousers and a daring white blazer. The celebrity couple posed on Priscilla premier red carpet at the Venice Film Festival.
Bella Thorne and Mark Emms looked lost in love in several images captured as they couldn’t keep their hands off each other. The Venice International Film Festival has seen the attendance of several celebrities and the premier of many films.
One of which is Priscilla, a highly-anticipated biopic that tells the story of a teenage Priscilla and her romance with the late King of Rock N Roll Elvis Presley. The biopic was based on the adaption of Priscilla’d 1985 memoir titled Elvis and Me.
Thorne and her fiance Mark we’re joined other celebrities for the premiere of the memoir which was not affected by the SAG -AFTRA strike including the author of the adapted biopic.
The author of the memoir Priscilla Presley opened up at the press conference panel for the film, while holding back tears about her late husband and gushed about the movie. Per The Hollywood Reporter, she admitted: ‘It’s very difficult to watch a film about you and about your life and about your love.
‘But Sofia did an amazing job. She did her homework. And I really put everything out for her that I could.’ Priscilla shared about meeting her late husband when she was just 14 years old, confessing it was ‘very difficult for my parents to understand that Elvis would be so interested in me and why.’