Scarlett Johansson sure knows how to make a comeback!
On November 18, the actress and husband Colin Jost hit a red carpet event together for the first time since they welcomed 3-month-old son Cosmo. And while the Saturday Night Live star looked spiffy in a suit and bowtie, it's safe to say that his leading lady stole the scene.
Scroll down to see their appearance at the 35th Annual American Cinematheque Awards.
One hot mama! The Black Widow star wowed in a custom white Versace suit. Underneath the detailed jacket, she wore a sparkling corset top, which matched her silver pointed-toe heels.
Just as eye-catching were her silver earrings and layered chain necklace. The star was on hand that night to receive the American Cinematheque Award.
"I feel very fortunate that I've been able to take this time to really enjoy the early stages of my motherhood with our son," she told Entertainment Tonight of her time away from the spotlight. "It's been wonderful. I'm in a 'baby bliss bubble.'"
Jost looked dapper in a black suit and bow tie.
While Cosmo is the first child for the comedian, his wife is also a mom to 7-year-old daughter Rose — though the tot isn't as infatuated with the baby as her mom is. "She's seven, so she's very busy," the actress said. "She's kind of like, 'Oh yeah, he's cute. So, all this happened...' [just] nonstop talk."
The Oscar nominee's suit jacket featured a cutout in the back that showed off her back tattoo.
ScarJo was grateful to have her man by her side, as she admitted that the shindig was a lot to handle after a break from acting.
"When I was first told that I was getting this award, I was like, 'Wait, is it over? I'm still in the middle of my life, my career,'" she shared. "It's a unique experience, a very special one to just kind of, take it all in. I'm very overwhelmed."
"I've been on my path, and I love my job now, more than I ever have before," continued the blonde beauty. "I think I'm very much focused on getting better, and getting more efficient, and exploring parts of me that are uncomfortable to explore and be curious about those places and using that in my work."