Rebecca Romijn and husband Jerry O’Connell pack on the PDA and hold hands after lunch date in LA
Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell have been making a habit of going out on romantic lunch dates of late.
And on Thursday the couple were spotted holding hands moments after leaving a restaurant in Los Angeles.
Romijn, who recently turned 48, showed off her playful side by wearing a zebra print T-shirt that was paired with black pants.
Loved-up: Rebecca Romijn and husband Jerry O’Connell packed on the PDA, including holding hands, during a lunch date in Los Angeles on Thursday
With the sun glaring down, the X-Men actress also donned a pair of stylish sandals and a black-patterned mask while carrying a black purse over her right shoulder.
The mother of two pulled her long blonde tresses into an elevated ponytail as she strolled down the street, all while chatting with her husband of 13-years.
O’Connell, 46, kept it casual in tan jeans with a black t-shirt and sneakers.
He also had American flag bandana around his neck that he uses as a face covering in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Out and about: Romijn, who recently turned 48, showed off her playful side by wearing a zebra print T-shirt that was paired with black pants
Together now for more than 16-years, the couple started dating in 2004, which led to their engagement in September 2005.
They would go on to get married in a ceremony at their ranch in Calabasas, California on July 14, 2007.
The light of their lives is their 11-year-old twin daughters Dolly and Charlie.
Romijn is best known for playing Raven Darkhölme/Mystique in the trilogy of the X-Men series (2000, 2003, 2006 and 2011.)
Light of their lives: Romijn and O’Connell are the proud parents to their 11-year-old twin daughters Dolly and Charlie
The California’s Hollywood resume also includes such notable films as Femme Fatale (2002), The Con Artist (2011), Good Deeds (2012) and the fantasy-adventure series The Librarians (2014-2018).
Romijn is set to star in the upcoming CBS All Access series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, which is part of the Star Trek franchise.
O’Connell is a former child star who got his start in show business in the hit coming-of-age film, Stand By Me (1987), which was followed-up by a role in the sitcom My Secret Identity (19880-1991).
He has gone on to star in such films as Jerry Maguire (1996), Scream 2 (1997), Mission To Mars (2000), and the crime drama series Crossing Jordan (2001-2007).
Trekkie: Romijn is set to star in the upcoming CBS All Access series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, which is part of the Star Trek franchise