Hugh Jackman, 51, shows off his ripped physique as he goes shirtless on a beach dog walk in the Hamptons … after yearning to return to Australia
He recently revealed that he was homesick and wanted to return to Australia after a lengthy shutdown in New York because of the coronavirus pandemic.
But Hugh Jackman got a taste of normality on Thursday when he took a walk along the beach in the Hamptons with his beloved dog Allegra.
The 51-year-old actor showed his ripped physique as he took off his black shirt during the outing.
Hollywood hunk: Hugh Jackman showed his ripped physique when he took his beloved dog Allegra for a walk along the beach in the Hamptons on Thursday
Dressed in dark board shorts, Hugh showed his muscular figure as he cooled in the water.
The Wolverine star wore a straw hat and a few dark shades while his poodle mix dog ran happily alongside him.
Hugh is currently on vacation in the Hamptons after a lengthy shutdown of coronavirus-stricken New York.
Handsome: The actor, 51, wearing dark board shorts, showed off his muscular figure while cooling off in the water
It seems that the actor is missing his native country, because on Sunday Hugh tried to finish a puzzle with the Sydney Opera House.
In a video shared on Instagram, Hugh showed off his puzzle and sang a small song that read, “ My city of Sydney. I miss the warmth from you! ‘
Hugh used his time to isolate himself in New York to help others in need.
Missing at home? Hugh is in New York, but it seems the actor is missing his native country, as he tried to complete a puzzle with the Sydney Opera House on Sunday
After I became an ambassador for the mental health organization Gotcha4Life in 2017, the actor organized secret web seminars to promote ‘messages of connection and conversation’ through charity.
“I’ve learned so much from the board, and we plan to have more of those conversations,” Hugh said News Corp Australia of his passion to help people.
“Our need to take care of each other, not only financially and physically, but also mentally is a priority. There is a lot of loneliness and this only adds to that, ”he said.
Hugh, wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their children, Oscar and Ava, were in Melbourne when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March.
They initially flew from New York on a business trip, while Deborra-Lee directed several episodes of Neighbors. After only four days, they returned to America.
“No one really knew what was going on … it was all a bit of a shock,” Hugh said after being advised to return to his American home before the borders closed.
Homesick: In a video shared on Instagram, Hugh showed off his puzzle and sang a little song that read, “My city of Sydney. I miss the warmth from you! ‘