Hugh and Martine just had the CUTEST Love Actually reunion

It's been a massive 13 years since Love Actually was first released, and it's still one of our favourite Christmas/hangover day movies ever.

One of the sweetest plotlines from the Richard Curtis film has to be the love story between Downing St housekeeper Natalie, played by Martine McCutcheon and the Prime Minister, played by rom-com veteran Hugh Grant.

Okay, there was a relatively shaky attempt to combine UK-USA relations with a love triangle featuring the PM, the US President and Natalie, but leaving that aside, it's pretty darn sweet. The scenes where David trawls through all of Wandsworth ("the dodgy end") looking for Natalie's house? Adorable.

So we were delighted to see that Hugh and Martine are still pally 13 years on, and even more excited to see them actually attending the same event in London on Tuesday night.

A whole heap of stars gathered at the British Film Institute's Chairman's Dinner last night to see Hugh accept his Fellowship Prize for outstanding contribution to the industry, and the proudest among them had to be his former co-star Martine.

"Well done Hugh – I was so honoured to be there with you," she wrote on Instagram yesterday.

"It was a beautiful, intimate evening and Hugh so deserves the honour. He is a reluctant movie star – but a a rare gem all the same who makes the whole acting process look like the most natural thing in the world… The best kind of acting in my book…"

Also showing his support was Love Actually hero Bill Nighy, looking dapper as ever in a pair of black-rimmed specs:

Anyone else dying to go and watch Christmas movies right now?