Actress makes first public appearance since filing for divorce

The 49-year-old actress looked stunning in blue as she walked the red carpet while making sure her gentle smile gave away nothing about the rough few days she's had since her shocking divorce announcement on October 27.

Halle Berry hit the red carpet for the first time since her divorce announcement

Halle Berry made her first red carpet appearance since filing for divorce from third husband, Olivier Martinez last month. The actress stepped out in style, with her head up high for  the Spectre: the 'Black Women of Bond' tribute at Los Angeles' California African American Museum on Tuesday November 3.

It was also the first time the actress was making a public appearance since her ex-husband, David Justice went on an early morning twitter rant, accusing her for lying about him being abusive in the 5-year marriage.

Chiming in the following day, her second ex-husband, Eric Benet gave supported Justice with a response: "My man at @23davidjustice is tweeting some truth dis' mornin’!"

But while her love life is making headlines, the 49-year-old actress looked stunning in blue as she walked the red carpet while making sure her gentle smile gave away nothing about the rough few days she's had since her shocking divorce announcement on October 27.

The Extant actress filed for divorce from Martinez a week ago (and then did it again, this time using her real name instead of a pseudonym, one day later). She told Us Weekly in a statement that she and Martinez are determined to keep things civil for the sake of their son, Maceo, 2.

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