Yesterday's royal wedding welcomed quite the who's who of the international celeb scene, with everyone from the Beckhams and Idris Elba through to George and Amal Clooney and Oprah turning up to see Harry and Meghan exchange vows.
Another big name who managed to make it down wasTom Hardy.
Now that the dust has settled from the big day, the Peaky Blinders star has posted his congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on social media.
Posting a photo of the happy couple to Instagram, Hardy simply captioned the photo 'Boss' - before adding a whole bunch of excited emojis, including the flame, a heart, the British flag, a shooting star, a sunset, an angel and, erm, a unicorn.
He then wrote 'Congratulations', before adding another batch of emojis in a further comment.
We're guessing he was really excited for Harry and Meghan.
Hardy arrived with wife Charlotte Riley, who was dressed in a floral number that was perfect for the sunny springtime wedding.
But Hardy wasn't looking quite his usual self, having been spotted sporting a very bald head - reminding people of his iconic Dark Knight villain, Bane.
Tom Hardy came to the #RoyalWedding as Bane! Where's Batman?! I love him! pic.twitter.com/IRuRWoZmSS
- Crystal Strong (@Crystal_Strong1) May 19, 2018
It looks like the reason why he's so clean-shaven is for his role as Al Capone in forthcoming flick Fonzo, which has seen Hardy undergo a pretty radical transformation.
Hardy recently shared a photo from the set, in which he looks completely unrecognisable under a guise of heavy makeup and (we're hoping) prosthetics. It came with an amusing - albeit pretty apt - caption, which read: "Mega awkward character misstep".
In another Instagram post shared two days ago, the actor thanked the crew - which he referred to as the 'best ever'.
He wrote: "Fonzo Crew 2018. Thankyou. Every crew member legitimately outstanding. Best crew ever.
"Thank you for your phenomenally hard work, your talent and your passion. And great humour. Never seen anything like it.
"Well done and much love. See you out there."
While there's no release date currently scheduled for the film - which will depict how Capone's 'past becomes present as harrowing memories of his violent and brutal origins melt into his waking life' - it is thought that the end of 2018 or the start of 2019 might be realistic.