Pierce Brosnan, 66, and wife Keely Shaye Smith, 56, look every inch the besotted couple as they enjoy Al fresco meal on romantic getaway to Portofino
They recently enjoyed a romantic excursion to Iceland.
And Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely Shaye Smith have travelled south where they enjoyed some fine dining in Portofino, Italy this week.
The James Bond actor, 66, looked dapper for the evening out with his other half, donning a baby blue shirt with black jeans and a dark scarf.
Trip: Pierce Brosnan, 66, and his wife Keely Shaye Smith, 56, have travelled south where they enjoyed some fine dining in Portofino, Italy this week
Keely, 56, sported a long animal print open-buttoned dress and a flowing black coat as she held hands with her husband.
Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, the journalist completed her look with a black handbag.
The besotted pair enjoyed a romantic meal together where they held hands across the table before enjoying a stroll through the streets.
The couple first met in 1994 in Mexico and married in 2001 at Ballintubber Abbey in County Mayo, Ireland.
Daste: The besotted pair enjoyed a romantic meal together where they held hands across the table before enjoying a stroll through the streets
Known for playing James Bond, Pierce starred in the films GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.
With Daniel Craig starring in his final Bond film No Time To Die, Pierce recently spoke about the latest generation of the franchise.
The actor said Daniel’s brooding portrayal had to be more serious because the franchise was forced to reinvent the character as ‘more muscular’ and solemn.
However, in the process, Pierce claimed the series has lost its sense of humour while he spoke about the developments of the franchise over the years.
Suave: The James Bond actor looked dapper for the evening out with his other half, donning a baby blue shirt with black jeans and a dark scarf
He told The Rake magazine: ‘There had to be humour, I felt. It is different now. They had strong competition and they haven’t reinvented it but given it a much more muscular, dynamic twist.
‘When I played him you have to let the audience in that this is a fantastic joke – this man, jumping off a motorcycle and catching up a plane, is completely preposterous. But for me you had to let them in.
‘That’s what I was brought up with. Sean (Connery) did it, Roger (Moore) did it par excellence.’
According to Deadline, Pierce has been cast in the new film Eurovision from writers Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele and director David Dobkin.
He will star in the Netflix comedy alongside Ferrell and Mean Girls star Rachel McAdams.
Holiday: Pierce and Keely recently enjoyed a romantic excursion to Iceland