Kristen Stewart Stunned in a Glittering Nude Dress With Fiancée Dylan Meyer at the Critics Choice Awards

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Kristen Stewart Stunned in a Glittering Nude Dress With Fiancée Dylan Meyer at the Critics Choice Awards

Kristen Stewart leaned into Old Hollywood glamour at the Critics Choice Awards last night, and her fiancée Dylan Meyer was sure to match her. Stewart stepped out in a nude, glittering Dolce & Gabbana strapless gown with Messika jewelry and Jimmy Choo shoes. She wore her hair curled to the side and had a smoky cat eye and nude lip done for beauty. Stewart was nominated in the Best Actress category at the ceremony for her performance in Spencer.

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Meyer complemented Stewart in a white August Getty Atelier and Chanel ensemble, wearing her blonde hair in loose waves. The couple posed together inside the event:

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Stewart spoke to Stephen Colbert earlier this year about the couple's wedding plans and how they may just elope.

“I want to have a big party or something,” she said of how she envisioned their nuptials. “I’m so unceremonial. I think we might just go do it this weekend or something, I don't know, and then, like, just hang out with everyone afterwards.”

“I just want to do it,” she stressed. “I’m not a good planner. I can’t make plans for dinner. I like to pivot. You never know where I’m going, man.”

Stewart and Meyer started dating in summer 2019. By November 2019, Stewart was talking about how she wanted to marry Meyer. “The day that I met her, all bets were off,” Stewart told Howard Stern at the time. “I was like, 'Where have I been and how have I not known you?' She's been, like, living in L.A. alongside my life somehow but not ever converging?”

“I want to be, like, somewhat reasonable about it [getting married], but I think good things happen fast,” Stewart continued. Her desire to wed Meyer isn't “tied to any weird sort of convention; it's just, like, when you know, you know.”

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