Is everything OK? Isla Fisher wears one shoe as she goes for a romantic lunch in Sydney with her husband Sasha Baron Cohen
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She has been busy filming her new TV series Wolf Like Me in Sydney.
And Isla Fisher enjoyed a well-deserved break over the weekend with her husband Sasha Baron Cohen.
The couple went for a romantic lunch and looked adorable in near-matching outfits.
Is everything OK? Isla Fisher wore one shoe as she went for a romantic lunch in Sydney with her husband Sasha Baron Cohen on Saturday
But while the Borat star was comfortable strolling around in a pair of New Balance sneakers, his wife was seen wearing just one trainer on her foot.
The Wedding Crashers favourite held onto one of her sneakers as she walked along the pavement.
It seemed that the red-headed star had either hurt herself or perhaps had something lodged inside her shoe.
The 45-year-old dress comfortably for the outing – rocking a grey tracksuit and a P.E Nation puffer jacket.
What happened? The Wedding Crashers favourite was seen holding one of her sneakers in her hand as she walked along the pavement
Cosy: The 45-year-old dress comfortably for the outing – rocking a grey tracksuit and a P.E Nation puffer jacket
She accessorised with a Chanel handbag and some pink rimmed sunglasses.
Meanwhile, statuesque Sasha also rocked a pair of grey trousers, a matching jumper and a black cap.
Back in April, Stan announced that Wolf Like Me would be filmed in Australia.
The upcoming series is written by Aussie filmmaker Abe Forsythe, and is based on his own life experience.
It tells the story of a fortysomething single parent, with Josh Gad and Isla heading up the show’s cast.
The six-part series will also be directed by Forsythe, 39, and is being made in conjunction with NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock in the U.S.
Each episode of the drama series will run for 30 minutes.
Isla spoke about her marriage to the funnyman and their decision to relocate to Australia with their three children.
The notoriously private actress admitted to Marie Claire magazine felt ‘very lucky to have met’ the Sacha at a party in Sydney in 2002.
‘I’m always surprised that I’m employed, married and have my family – everything else feels like a bonus,’ she added.
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