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Jack Whitehall brings his parents for Ron's Gone Wrong screening

Jack Whitehall brought his parents to the premiere of Ron’s Gone Wrong at The Royal Albert Hall on Saturday.

The comedian, 33, was joined by his father Michael and Mother Hilary as they posed for photos on the red carpet during London‘s Film Festival. 

Also in attendance was Disney star Kylie Cantrell and former Made In Chelsea‘s Jamie Laing.   

Sweet: Jack Whitehall brought his parents to the premiere of Ron's Gone Wrong at The Royal Albert Hall on Saturday

Sweet: Jack Whitehall brought his parents to the premiere of Ron's Gone Wrong at The Royal Albert Hall on Saturday

Sweet: Jack Whitehall brought his parents to the premiere of Ron’s Gone Wrong at The Royal Albert Hall on Saturday

Jack rocked a denim shirt and dark jacket to the screening, while his dad cut a dapper figure in a checked suit and brown scarf. 

His parents looked delighted to be spending the afternoon with them as they beamed for the camera. 

Kylie, meanwhile, put on a very glamorous display in a shimmering grey-green dress.  

Happy: His parents looked delighted to be spending the afternoon with them as they beamed for the camera

Happy: His parents looked delighted to be spending the afternoon with them as they beamed for the camera

Happy: His parents looked delighted to be spending the afternoon with them as they beamed for the camera

Gorgeous: Also in attendance was Disney star Kylie Cantrell who put on a very glamorous display in a shimmering grey-green dress

Gorgeous: Also in attendance was Disney star Kylie Cantrell who put on a very glamorous display in a shimmering grey-green dress

Glam: The actress added a boost to height with white heels and wore her dark locks in a slicked back ponytail

Glam: The actress added a boost to height with white heels and wore her dark locks in a slicked back ponytail

Gorgeous: Also in attendance was Disney star Kylie Cantrell who put on a very glamorous display in a shimmering grey-green dress

Working it: Kylie twirled for the cameras as she posed on the red carpet

Working it: Kylie twirled for the cameras as she posed on the red carpet

Working it: Kylie twirled for the cameras as she posed on the red carpet

The actress added a boost to height with white heels and wore her dark locks in a slicked back ponytail. 

Kylie twirled for the cameras as she posed on the red carpet. 

Jamie also took fashion points from Jack as he too rocked a denim shirt to the screening. 

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The 32-year-old teamed the look with a baseball cap, which he wore back to front, and black jeans.  

Cool dude: Former Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing also took fashion points from Jack as he too rocked a denim shirt to the screening

Cool dude: Former Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing also took fashion points from Jack as he too rocked a denim shirt to the screening

Cool dude: Former Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing also took fashion points from Jack as he too rocked a denim shirt to the screening

Film: Executive producer Elisabeth Murdoch and her partner Keith Tyson arrived for the world premiere

Film: Executive producer Elisabeth Murdoch and her partner Keith Tyson arrived for the world premiere

Film: Executive producer Elisabeth Murdoch and her partner Keith Tyson arrived for the world premiere

Dapper: Co-producer Octavio E Rodriguez rocked a three-piece tartan checked suit for the screening

Dapper: Co-producer Octavio E Rodriguez rocked a three-piece tartan checked suit for the screening

Dapper: Co-producer Octavio E Rodriguez rocked a three-piece tartan checked suit for the screening 

Say cheese: Jean-Philippe Vine (R) and his family also attended the premiere

Say cheese: Jean-Philippe Vine (R) and his family also attended the premiere

Say cheese: Jean-Philippe Vine (R) and his family also attended the premiere 

Ron’s Gone Wrong is centred on Barney, a socially awkward school pupil and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device, which is supposed to be his ‘best friend out of the box.’  

Ron’s hilarious malfunctions launch them into an action-packed journey in which boy and robot come to terms with the wonderful messiness of true friendship.

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Liam Payne’s latest track Sunshine is featured in 20th Century Studios and Locksmith Animation’s animated comedy adventure, Ron’s Gone Wrong, which hits cinemas around the world in October. 

Alongside Liam, Zach Galifianakis, Jack Dylan Grazer, Olivia Colman, Ed Helms, Justice Smith and Rob Delaney are a selection of the additional stars who voice characters in the animation film.

The future motion picture is directed by Sarah Smith and Jean-Philippe Vine, with the former co-writing the script with Peter Baynham.

Ron’s Gone Wrong is set to hit cinemas on 22 October.  

Movie: Ron's Gone Wrong is centred on Barney, a socially awkward school pupil and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device, Liam Payne provides a voiceover

Movie: Ron's Gone Wrong is centred on Barney, a socially awkward school pupil and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device, Liam Payne provides a voiceover

Movie: Ron’s Gone Wrong is centred on Barney, a socially awkward school pupil and Ron, his new walking, talking, digitally-connected device, Liam Payne provides a voiceover 

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