They’ve been married for over two decades and it looks like there’s still plenty of love between Deborra-lee Furness and her hunky husband, Hugh Jackman.
Deborra-lee, 62, and Hugh, 50, looked as close as ever as they attended the opening night of new play The Ferryman in New York City on Sunday. The play, set in Northern Ireland in 1981, tells the story of the family of a former IRA activist.
The Aussie actress didn’t disappoint in the style stakes as she stepped out in an all-black ensemble that included a chic button-up and sheer pants, which she teamed with black-and-white platform brogues — adding an edgy flair to the relaxed look.
Deborra-lee completed the bold ensemble with statement black sunnies, and wore her hair tied back in an effortless style for the event. She also opted for flawless make-up, keeping things simple with a hint of blush and a pink lip.
Meanwhile, Hugh kept it simple in a navy suit jacket matched with a dress shirt and blue jeans.
It’s the second time in a week the loved-up couple have made an appearance on the red carpet. Last week they made quite the fashion statement at the Golden Heart Awards in New York City. Deborra-lee looked glamorous in a stylish ensemble that included a chic cape-like blouse and sheer pants with feathered fringe trim on the hem.
The actress completed the edgy look with black platform heels and a leopard-print clutch and wore her hair tied back in an effortless style for the star-studded event. Meanwhile, Hugh dressed to impress in a grey chequered suit matched with a white dress shirt and black tie.
The actors met on the set of the Australian drama Corelli in 1995 and have been going strong ever since.
Earlier this year, the X-Men star posted a touching tribute to his wife for their 22nd wedding anniversary. Taking to Instagram, he wrote: “I believe in life we need to see and truly be seen by the most important people in our lives. Deb, from day one, we had that. 22 years later… it only gets deeper. You and the kids are the greatest gift I will ever receive. I love you a gazillion times around the world.”