Jeff Goldblum looked effortlessly stylish as he strolled through Beverly Hills with wife Emilie Livingston on Monday.
The actor, 70, who shares sons Charlie, seven, and River, five, with wife Emilie, 40, donned a pair of khakis on the outing.
He completed the look with a cool leather jacket with a patterned collar and a pair of gray trainers.
Meanwhile, Emilie had bundled up in a white sherpa jacket and gray knit top, paired with blue jeans and trainers.
The Canadian Olympic gymnast went makeup-free during the outing, as she styled her brunette locks into braids.
Loved up: Jeff Goldblum looked effortlessly stylish as he strolled Beverly Hills with wife Emilie Livingston on Monday
Emilie and Jeff walked hand in hand down the street as she carried a red Cartier shopping bag.
It comes after Jeff claimed it’s “fun” to be a new dad in his later years while admitting that his brood of two are like “wild creatures unleashed.”
He said on NBC, “It’s amazing, it revives, and makes my relationship with Emilie, frankly, improve. to see [my wife] in this new role is incredible. She’s heroic beyond belief.’
“And it’s challenging and it’s maddening at times and very volatile. As you know, at three and five, five and seven years old they can be like wild creatures unleashed.’
The Jurassic Park star concluded, “Oh yes, and sweet and wonderful. It is awesome.’
In 2019, Jeff spoke candidly about his marriage, admitting that he had “never been particularly passionate” about fatherhood before having his kids.
Speaking of becoming a father, the star told the Radio Times: ‘I never thought I was going to do it. I had never been particularly passionate [about fatherhood] or I saw it for myself – I have no cousins, had never seen a birth.
‘In the few beautiful previous marriages I’ve had, there was some talk of fantasy, but never serious matters. And I always thought it was a good thing I didn’t have drama with kids and breakups.”
Looking good: The Emmy nominee wore a cool black leather jacket with a patterned collar
Family: The actor, 70, shares sons Charlie, seven, and River, five, with wife Emilie Livingston, 39, and spoke about fatherhood during an appearance on NBC’s Today
On how he and the Canadian Olympic gymnast came to a decision about having children, he added: “We thought about it for a year, talked about it with my therapist, went in together and after a year I said, ‘ Yeah, this sounds pretty good, let’s get married and have kids.”
The Emmy nominee went on to say that he hoped and felt that they would “be together now” for the rest of their lives.
While discussing how he raised his two sons, Jeff said his The Grand Budapest Hotel co-star Tilda Swinton advised him to show his little ones silent movies by Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, while also planning to give them the books. by PG Wodehouse if they do. ‘old enough’.
The American actor married Canadian dancer Emilie in 2015, marking his third time walking down the aisle after previously tying the knot with actresses Patricia Gaul and Geena Davis.
Emilie has previously admitted that it was “scary” when she first exposed her desire to settle down with the star.
In a sweet tribute to her husband, the athlete wrote on Instagram: “Loved and appreciated! @jeffgoldblum always makes me feel loved – from the first day we met!
Candid: In 2019, Jeff spoke candidly about his marriage and admitted that he had ‘never been particularly passionate’ about fatherhood before having his kids
“At first I wondered if this feeling could be true, because I had never experienced such innocent, passionate, tender, honest love so quickly. Some people like to play games and play hard to get.’
She continued, “But we were just honest and conscious from day one and took our relationship day by day until I had to express my feelings that I wanted a family with HIM and to share the rest of my life with his beautiful soul!
“That was a scary day, opening myself up completely knowing that he might not want kids or want to get married again.
“And we kept talking about it together and with our therapist until we decided it was the right thing to do!”