Carey Mulligan's Post-Oscars Getaway with Marcus Mumford

Love shines at the Oscars: Mulligan and Mumford's embrace.

by Zain ul Abedin
Carey Mulligan's Post-Oscars Getaway with Marcus Mumford
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**Title: Carey Mulligan and Marcus Mumford's Post-Oscars Celebration Takes TikTok by Storm** Following the glitz and glamour of the 2024 Oscars, Carey Mulligan, acclaimed actress, and nominee for Best Actress for her stellar performance in "Maestro," was not only celebrated for her talent but also for the endearing display of affection from her husband, Marcus Mumford.

The renowned musician swept his Oscar-nominated wife off her feet in a heartwarming TikTok video that quickly captured the hearts of fans worldwide. Mumford, 37, paid tribute to Mulligan's nomination by showcasing their love and admiration for each other in a charming TikTok post.

Set to the backdrop of the nominated Barbie song "I’m Just Ken" performed by Ryan Gosling, the video captures Mumford tenderly carrying Mulligan through the bustling hallways, eliciting joyous laughter from the actress as they navigate the post-Oscars excitement.

In the video, Mulligan, 38, radiates happiness in her stunning black mermaid gown, a modern take on a classic 1951 Balenciaga design. Mumford's adoration for his wife shines through as he gracefully maneuvers through the crowd, seamlessly weaving past fellow attendees while proudly holding Mulligan in his arms.

Mumford's Instagram Tribute

In addition to the endearing TikTok moment, Mumford took to Instagram to express his pride and love for Mulligan. Sharing a carousel of intimate snapshots, including a tender kiss on the cheek and candid behind-the-scenes glimpses, Mumford showcased their unwavering bond and support for each other.

"I'm proud of my wife," Mumford captioned the post, further solidifying their status as one of Hollywood's most beloved couples. Mulligan and Mumford, who tied the knot in 2012, share a beautiful family, comprising two daughters and one son.

Mulligan's nomination for Best Actress placed her among esteemed fellow nominees, including Emma Stone, who ultimately clinched the award for her role in "Poor Things." While Gosling's lively rendition of "I'm Just Ken" added a playful touch to the evening, it was Billie Eilish and Finneas who claimed victory in the Best Original Song category with "What Was I Made For?" The heartwarming display of affection between Mulligan and Mumford served as a highlight of the 96th Academy Awards, leaving fans swooning over their undeniable chemistry and genuine love for each other.