Pierce Brosnan and wife Keely Shaye Smith were snapped going on a shopping outing in Malibu, California Thursday.
Brosnan, 68, and Smith, 58, smiled on the daytime outing in the luxe beach locale.
Brosnan was clad in a dark navy blue coat over a light blue button-up top with black pants, a belt and brown loafers. He had his silver locks combed back and wore a face mask.
Smith, 58, wore a black dress with red floral patterns and a thick black scarf with black shoes. She donned dark sunglasses and earrings with a black purse.
The couple, who celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary last year, are parents to sons Dylan, 25, and Paris, 21. The James Bond actor took to Instagram Tuesday with a shot as they celebrated Paris’s 21st birthday at an outdoor venue.
The GoldenEye star captioned the shot, ‘Happy 21st birthday dear Paris. May the year ahead be all you could wish for! All our love Mamma and Papa.’
The Mrs. Doubtfire actor posted an image from his garage studio last month, showing off pieces of work he and his son Paris have produced. He captioned the shot ‘Paris’s paintings and dads.’
The Remington Steele alum also enjoyed an art-themed outing with Smith on Valentine’s Day as they visited the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit.
‘A beautiful St. Valentine’s Day with my love @keelyshayebrosnan at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit…kissing Van Gogh,’ he captioned an image from the outing.
Brosnan has a number of projects due out this year, including the movie The King’s Daughter, in which he plays King Louis XIV; the DC film Black Adam, in which he will play Dr. Fate alongside Dwayne Johnson; and The Out-Law, an action-comedy also featuring Nina Dobrev and Michael Rooker.
Brosnan will also be featured in a project for The History Channel called History’s Greatest Heists, which will chronicle large-scale robberies that have occurred, Deadline reported Wednesday.
The series will air in eight installments and chronicle events ranging from 1899’s Wilcox train robbery to 1950’s Great Brink robbery in Boston, with ‘stylized’ recreations of the crimes and visual effects, the outlet reported.
Brosnan on Wednesday took to Instagram to repost a UNICEF post urging people to donate as the organization ‘is rapidly stepping up emergency response efforts throughout the’ Ukraine in the wake of the invasion from Russia. The humanitarian organization is collecting resources to provide ‘critical supplies, access to safe water, child protection and more.’