Julia Roberts and husband Danny Moder have been married for more than 10 years, but the two are still madly in love with each other.

The lovebirds attended Hammer Museum's 13th Annual Gala in the Garden in Westwood, California on Saturday night, Oct. 10, People magazine reports. In an interview with the magazine, the “Eat, Pray, Love” actress revealed how she is still very much in love with her husband.

She was also asked by People whether there’s anything she’s obsessed with, and Roberts pointed to Moder in reply and said, “He's right there." The couple was also not afraid to show how much they adore each other, as they were seen enjoying the annual gala, holding hands and making each other laugh.

During the event, the Hollywood couple looked stylish together, with Moder wearing a dark grey suit, while the “Pretty Woman” actress wore a stylish Bottega Veneta dress and blazer ensemble. The actress also told People that Moder helped pick out her outfit for the evening. Moder shared that he was torn between two outfits that Roberts planned to wear but eventually chose the dress and blazer combo.

"I think, absolutely, hit it right on the nose," he added. "Nice color, nice shape. She wears it well."

Roberts also added how Diane Keaton, the night’s honoree, served as an inspiration to her. She also shared how she loves the actress’ signature “menswear” look.

“Her fashion is such an inspiration to me," Roberts said, describing Keaton’s style. "I love menswear, and nobody has ever done it better than she has."

Meanwhile, Roberts also admitted to InStyle magazine during the Hammer Museum gala that her 10-year-old daughter, Hazel, is also one of her style icons. "Because she doesn't care what she wears," she explained. We all put way too much thought into what we look like, I think. It'd just be better to get out the door faster and spend that time with our friends and family instead of coiffing."

Roberts and Moder got married in 2002 and have three children together: twins Hazel and Phinnaeus and 8-year-old Henry.

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