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Mariska Hargitay Wore a Stunning Dress for a Glam Date Night with Her Husband
They look like two peas in a pod anywhere they go!
On May 16, the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star and her hubby attended the 2023 Whitney Gala and Studio Party at the Whitney Museum in New York City.
While posing on the red carpet, Hargitay was decked out in a classy beige ruffled gown with a splash of yellow and green coloring at the skirt. She adorned the look with a massive matching quilted clutch and a chunky ring on her finger. Meanwhile, her hair was let down in loose beach-y waves while some light caramel highlights framed her face. Hermann also looked dashing in a sleek black suit as the two smiled towards the cameras.
Hargitay and Hermann have the sweetest relationship and look like a match made in heaven in any picture they take together. The two first met when Hermann was a guest star on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2002, and they tied the knot two years later. Since then, the loving twosome have been going strong.
In a 2018 interview with People, Hargitay opened up about their grounded relationship. “My husband is my North Star, and my kids are my teachers. Our family is so perfect, or at least perfect for me. Together we’re just this whole, happy, joyful, chaotic, crazy unit," she said. "I’ve never known anything that was more right. Peter and I, we're so different that it's been amazing how we complement each other. He knows everything I don't."
In a joint interview with People a year later, Hargitay also talked about what led her to choose to marry Hermann. “Together we’re just this whole, happy, joyful, chaotic, crazy unit," she said. "I’ve never known anything that was more right. Peter and I, we're so different that it's been amazing how we complement each other. He knows everything I don't."
She continued, "We sort of knew that we found the right one. I never thought it could be this good, and I never knew that I’d be reminded on the journey, that I’d marry the right one. That I waited and married the right one, and it’s better than I thought it was. Because sometimes you take a snapshot and you go, ‘I can’t believe this is my life.’"