Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, husband Paul Pelosi spotted at Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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WASHINGTON—Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband, Paul Pelosi, were spotted after the Oscars Sunday night among the A-list movie and television celebrities.

The Pelosis attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party after "Everything Everywhere All At Once" swept the contest and earned seven Academy Awards. That includes a historic win for Michelle Yeoh, who became the first Asian woman to win the best actress award.

They walked the carpet, with the former speaker donning a gold, floral-sequined gown; Paul Pelosi wore a black tuxedo and fedora.

His hat is a lingering sign of an Oct. 28 crime, when hammer-wielding intruder David DePape broke into their San Francisco home and attacked Paul Pelosi. DePape was charged with attempted murder. Pelosi spent about a week in the hospital for serious injuries, including a skull fracture, and recovery for surgeries to his head and hand.

About a month ago, Paul Pelosi was a guest of honor at President Joe Biden's State of the Union address Feb. 7, sitting near first lady Jill Biden and U2 frontman Bono.

Candy Woodall is a Congress reporter for USA TODAY. She can be reached at cwoodall@usatoday.com or on Twitter at @candynotcandace.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Oscars 2023: Nancy and Paul Pelosi spotted at Vanity Fair Oscar Party