James Corden cuts a sporty figure in a colorful shell suit as he runs to the shops for a case of mineral water
James Corden was seen in London on Friday going to his local supermarket for a case of mineral water.
The actor, 45, cut a sporty figure in a colorful shell suit and sunglasses as he strolled down the busy street with his hefty purchase.
James, who recently returned to the capital with his family after finishing his US chat show The Late Late Show, appeared in good spirits and flashed a big smile.
His famous face didn’t go unnoticed when the patrons of a local pub seemed shocked to see the Hollywood star pass by.
It comes after David Beckham wished his good friend James a happy birthday by recalling their famous Miami Vice-inspired sketch on The Late Late Show earlier this month.
Out and about: James Corden, 45, was spotted stopping by his local supermarket for a case of mineral water in London on Friday
Busy bee: The actor cut a sporty figure in a colorful shell suit and sunglasses as he strolled down the busy street with his hefty purchase
James celebrated his 45th birthday on Aug. 22, and Beckham was quick to remind him of their nod to the iconic 1980s crime drama in 2020 shortly before the former soccer player’s Inter Miami franchise kicked his first pitch in Major League Soccer.
Dressed in ill-fitting white suits and blonde wigs, the unlikely couple attempted to emulate James “Sonny” Crockett — the character made famous by actor Don Johnson — as they celebrated Beckham’s foray into club ownership.
Taking to Instagram with a photo of himself and Corden dressed in character, next to the vintage sports car they drive in the skit, he wrote, “Happy birthday, mate.”
The original segment was featured on a 2020 episode of The Late Late Show where Beckham appeared as a special guest.
In another sketch from the same episode, Corden plays a fitness instructor as he puts the former football player to the test during a spinning class.
The presenter – who left The Late Late Show earlier this year – teases Beckham by playing the Spice Girls hit Wannabe, with wife Victoria Beckham singing, as he encourages them to wave their heads, double-tap and ‘close their eyes ‘.
Corden’s mansion in LA was recently sold to the daughter of a Hong Kong private equity billionaire for $17.1 million, it turned out – $5 million less than what he wanted on his return to Britain.
The presenter hands over the keys to LeeAnn Akouri-Shan, daughter of Weijian Shan, 69.
Beaming: James, who recently returned to the capital with his family after the end of his US chat show The Late Late Show, appeared in high spirits and showed a big smile
Sporty: He completed the look with a pair of comfy sneakers
Signature? His famous face didn’t go unnoticed when patrons at a local pub seemed shocked to see the Hollywood star pass by
He first listed his home in the fall for $22 million, a whopping $12 million more than he bought it for in 2017 from Steve Levitan, co-creator of “Modern Family.”
Corden later lowered the asking price to $18 million and quickly caught the attention of Akouri-Shan, who made an all-cash offer, according to The Real Deal.
Located in the upscale neighborhood of Brentwood, the 8,600-square-foot property has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and sits on nearly half an acre of land.
After purchasing the property from Levitan, Corden and his wife Julia, who is an interior designer, undertook major renovations.
The rerun was long and reportedly incredibly pricey for the pair, who are now expected to return to their native Britain after Corden ended his gig hosting the CBS late-night show.
The couple have been married since 2012 and have three children together.
Pals: It comes after David Beckham wished his good friend James a happy birthday by recalling their famous Miami Vice-inspired skit on The Late Late Show earlier this month
Iconic: Dressed in ill-fitting white suits and blond wigs, the unlikely couple attempted to emulate James “Sonny” Crockett – the character made famous by actor Don Johnson (left in 1986)