The couple looked totally in love as they posed for cameras at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for the Season 2 premiere of the National Geographic documentary series.
Reed stunned in a gold and white dress with sheer long sleeves and intricate embroidery and accessorized simply with gold heels and her stunning engagement ring. She wore her dark hair down in beachy waves and sported a slightly smokey eye and nude lip. Somerhalder, too, looked better than ever, in black jeans, a gray blazer, and black tie.
The couple, who celebrated their second wedding anniversary earlier this year, both serve as correspondents for the Emmy-award winning show on climate change, along with other big stars including Jessica Alba, Matt Damon, Gisele Bündchen, Sigourney Weaver, America Ferrara, Cecily Strong, and more. The show, which "reveals emotional and hard-hitting accounts of the effects of climate change from across the planet,” was produced by Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, and Jerry Weintraub.
Reed has been posting messages of environmental consciousness on Instagram every Sunday to promote the show and raise awareness climate change.
Happy Sunday! Remember every Sunday I am donating my social media to my @YearsofLiving team so they can share their personal stories about how carbon pricing can and will solve climate change! PLEASE take a second to read their posts. It's five minutes out of your Sunday that will help you make a difference, THE DIFFERENCE, the world needs. Today's post comes from Shana Gallagher and it is SO powerful. Wow Shana... "I know what it feels like to lose everything. Everything that makes life worth living. I’ve had a few close calls with my mortality in my 22 years, but sustaining a brain injury a little over a year ago that left me unable to read, express myself, be around bright lights and loud noise, or continue the “normal” life I’d been leading was the sort of wake-up call that few people are able to experience, and come back from. My recovery in many ways has been miraculous, and still somewhat mysterious, but more than anything it has clarified my motivation for environmental justice. The climate crisis continues because of the psychological reality of this challenge: if we, as individuals and a society, truly confronted the damage we’ve done to nature and each other, it would be paralyzing in many of the same ways my brain injury was. But now, having been reminded so tangibly and forcefully what we stand to lose – the fundamental joy of life on the one planet we have – I am more driven than ever to keep fighting for it using the best tool we have: a price on carbon. Economists agree that a price on carbon is the most effective way to reduce emissions, and begin to address some of the inexcusable externalities of burning fossil fuels. I am thrilled and honored to be working with students across the country on the #PutAPriceOnIt campaign, and leveraging my privilege and the second chance I’ve been given to fight for each other, our Earth, and a price on carbon." Join us at Facebook.com/putapriceonit
Reed and Somerhalder are both active supporters of environmental conservation and climate change awareness. They have our applause for their red carpet appearance and their advocacy.