Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes goof around and pucker up for a kiss in fun photo booth snaps

Say cheese! Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes goof around and pucker up for a kiss in fun photo booth snaps

They were the image of prim, proper and polished when they hit the red-carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party just over a week ago in their corresponding navy outfits.

But inside the bash, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes let their hair down and showed off their goofy side.

In new pictures seen on Vanityfair.com and taken inside a photo booth at the star-studded event, the duo are seen pulling animated faces and puckering up fish lips to lean in for a kiss.

Say cheese! Tom Cruise and wife Katie Holmes goof around in pictures taken inside a photo booth at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party

Say cheese! Tom Cruise and wife Katie Holmes goof around in pictures taken inside a photo booth at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party

The 49-year-old Top Gun star looks adoringly at his wife of five years and puts an affectionate arm around her, while Katie pulls a very animated face.

The two snaps show a fun side of the couple, who while often affectionate, rarely ham it up for the camera.

The duo, who are both doting parents to their six-year-old daughter Suri, were clearly enjoying a night off parental duties.

Having a ball: Newfound friends Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig and The Help's Emma Stone also ham it up

Having a ball: Newfound friends Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig and The Help's Emma Stone also ham it up

Upon entering the party earlier, Katie wowed onlookers as she debuted a brand new sleek look including her polished new fringe.

The 33-year-old actress looked stylish in a navy blue Elie Saab embellished gown as she posed up with her spouse on the red carpet outside the event in West Hollywood, California.

Katie showed off her new look by wearing her hair tied back in a high ponytail, and accessorised her dress with a pretty diamond necklace and matching earrings.

Stylish pair: Tom and Katie were the epitome of prim, proper and polished when they hit the red-carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party in corresponding navy outfits

Stylish pair: Tom and Katie were the epitome of prim, proper and
polished when they hit the red-carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars after
party in corresponding navy outfits

The mother-of-one looked in good spirits as she posed for photographers, despite the fact it was announced earlier in the day that she had been nominated for Worst Supporting Actress at this year's Razzie Awards for her role in Adam Sandler's Jack & Jill.

Tom, meanwhile, looked smart in his navy blue suit after having presented the Best Picture award to The Artist at the Academy Awards ceremony earlier in the evening.

And Katie had obviously worked hard to look good, knowing she'd be seen by the world as she walked the carpet.

The actress was spotted on several occasions making her way to her local gym to put in extra hours toning up for her appearance.

New look: Upon entering the party earlier, Katie wowed onlookers as she debuted a brand new sleek look including her polished new fringe

New look: Upon entering the party earlier, Katie wowed onlookers as she debuted a brand new sleek look including her polished new fringe

Also popping into the photo booth at the glitzy star-studded event was newfound friends Emma Stone and Kristen Wiig.

The two auburn-haired actresses also put on their best funny faces and smiles for the snap.

The Vanity Fair party was the most exclusive Oscar parties this year.

The
famed magazine spared no expense for the occasion with a fortune spent on 420 bottle of Moet
on ice and Vanity Fair-embossed Zippo lighters handed out as gifts, among many other luxuries.

High-profile attendees, including Tom and Katie, were sent a personalised email invite by Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter.

Stunning: Emma and Kristen looked gorgeous in their respective floor-length gowns

Stunning: Emma and Kristen looked gorgeous in their respective floor-length gowns

Stunning: Emma and Kristen looked gorgeous in their respective floor-length gowns