Mariska Hargitay, 57, and Peter Hermann, 54, looked so in love at their latest public outing together. The married pair made a rare red carpet appearance together at the 2021 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Monday (Nov. 8) at the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Mariska, who is among this year’s star-studded inductees, looked dropped dead gorgeous at the event in a long pink dress and blue heels. The dress had a long sleeve that covered one of Mariska’s arms, while the actress was able to let her skin show on her other arm.
Peter dressed to the nines for the event, as well. The Law & Order: SVU star’s husband wore a dark blue and gray suit, which matched his vest and pants. Peter had a white button up and blue tie on, while his choice of footwear for the night was brown dress shoes. The happy couple don’t often walk red carpets together, but this event was an obvious except. Mariska even shared a photo of the pair to her Instagram page, and she let the caption-less photo speak for itself.
Mariska was among the women honored by Glamour that, as the publication put it, “took charge, spoke out, risked their lives, made a difference” in 2021. The other inductees included rapper Megan Thee Stallion, poet Amanda Gorman, Asian activists Moonlyn Tsai and Yin Chang, vaccine pioneer Dr. Katalin Kariko, and voting rights activists Nse Ufot, Helen Butler, and LaTosha Brown. All of the women were interviewed by Glamour, and in Mariska’s chat, the Emmy winner got choked up while recognizing how her platform has allowed her to help others.
“Do I get my due? Yes, I do because I’m so privileged that I get to do it, that I get to find my purpose, that I get to be of service, that I get to help people heal,” the mother of three shared. “That’s what I know. That’s important to me.”
Also in the interview, Mariska revealed the advice she would share to her younger self. “I think for me, I would have grabbed that little girl’s hand and said, ‘Everything is going to be okay. Trust me. Trust me. Everything’s going to be okay.’ “