Sir Michael Caine, 88, looks happier than ever as he leaves London hotspot with glamorous wife Shakira, 74
They have been married for almost half a century.
And on Thursday night, Sir Michael Caine, 88, looked happier than ever as he left a London hotspot with his glamorous wife Shakira, 74.
The loved-up pair wrapped up warm in stylish coats to keep the December chill at bay after enjoying a date night at Scott’s in London.
Forever love: Thursday night, Sir Michael Caine, 88, looked happier than ever as he left a London hotspot with his glamorous wife Shakira, 74
Sir Michael looked dapper in a navy suit jacket and light blue shirt worn with black trousers and smart shoes.
Using his walking stick to depart from the restaurant, he sported a pair of oversized glasses and held the hand of a minder as he stepped onto the pavement.
Shakira was chic with a floor length fur edged coat, and added a pop of colour to her ensemble with a pillar box red handbag.
Sir Michael has been spotted using a walking stick since injuring his ankle after slipping on ice in February 2018.
Happy days: The star flashed a wide smile as he headed home in a taxi after dinner at Scott’s
The couple’s love affair has proven to be one of the longest marriages in showbiz, after tying the knot in Las Vegas in 1973.
Their relationship began when the Dark Knight star spotted the actor in a British television advertisement for Maxwell House coffee in 1971
The couple have one daughter together, Natasha, 48, while the Alfie star has another daughter Dominique, 65, from his previous marriage with actress Patricia Haines.
In October, Sir Michael revealed he was not stepping away from the Hollywood mainstream after prompting retirement rumours during a recent interview.
Icon: Using his walking stick to depart from the restaurant, he sported a pair of oversized glasses and held the hand of a minder as he stepped onto the pavement
The veteran star, was appearing on BBC Radio 5 to promote his latest movie Best Sellers when he bemoaned the lack of opportunities for older actors.
He referred to the film as ‘my last part, really,’ noting that he has limited mobility and adding: ‘There’s not exactly scripts pouring in for a leading man that’s 88, you know?’
Sir Michael has since clarified that he will not be walking away from the acting world in a tongue-in-cheek post shared with followers.
Using his iconic catchphrase, the British star wrote: ‘I’m not retiring, and not a lot of people know that!’