Eddie Redmayne cut his honeymoon short to attend the Golden Globes.

The 33-year-old actor - who won the gong for Best Actor (Drama) at the awards ceremony in Beverly Hills last night (11.01.15) - revealed him and his new wife, Hannah Bagshawe, ended their holiday early so they could attend the show.

He told E! News: ''We should still be on honeymoon!''

During his acceptance speech for the accolade - which he won for his performance as Stephen Hawking in 'The Theory Of Everything', - he praised the family, thanking them for ''entrusting'' their story to the film's cast and crew.

He said: ''Stephen, Jane, Jonathan and the Hawking family allowed us into their lives and entrusted us with their story, and getting to spend time with Stephen Hawking, who despite all of the obstacles put in his way has lived passionately and fully and with great humour, was one of the great, great honours of my life.''

In his speech, the 'Les Misérables' star also thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association - the organisation behind the Golden Globes - for giving him and his wife a memorable night and a great end to their honeymoon.

He added: ''The sunshine wasn't so great today, but I thank you and I thank the HFPA for giving me and us a night at the end of our honeymoon we will remember.''