WhatsNew2Day
Latest News And Breaking Headlines

Julianne Moore and Bart Freundlich look inseparable after 23 years of walking together in NYC

After 24 years together, Julianne Moore and husband Bart Freundlich are still inseparable.

The lovebirds, which children Caleb (22) and Liv (18) share, shone while crossing the street in New York City on Sunday.

The loverbirds, who met for the first time while working on the movie The Myth of Fingerprints, coordinated in matching denim bottoms and black sunglasses during an informal walk in the Big Apple.

Long-time enthusiasts: Julianne Moore and husband Bart Freundlich looked happily in love during a walk in New York City, as they crossed the street together in coordinating jeans and sunglasses

Long-time enthusiasts: Julianne Moore and husband Bart Freundlich looked happily in love during a walk in New York City, as they crossed the street together in coordinating jeans and sunglasses

As she walked the sidewalk, the 58-year-old Oscar winner demonstrated her off-duty style in an extra large camel jacket and trimmed jeans.

To cope with the cold temperatures, the Still Alice star hid its distinctive red locks under a black cap.

Even under her hat, Moore’s fiery hair could be seen blowing in the wind, holding a fresh face beside her husband.

Staying warm: while the 58-year-old Oscar winner stumbled along the sidewalk, she demonstrated her off-duty style in an oversized camel jacket and trimmed jeans

Staying warm: while the 58-year-old Oscar winner stumbled along the sidewalk, she demonstrated her off-duty style in an oversized camel jacket and trimmed jeans

Staying warm: while the 58-year-old Oscar winner stumbled along the sidewalk, she demonstrated her off-duty style in an oversized camel jacket and trimmed jeans

Chic: to combat the cold temperatures, the Still Alice star hid its distinctive red locks under a black cap

Chic: to combat the cold temperatures, the Still Alice star hid its distinctive red locks under a black cap

Chic: to combat the cold temperatures, the Still Alice star hid its distinctive red locks under a black cap

In August the actress started talking about her whirlwind romance, which started when she was 35 and he had just turned 26 on the set.

‘Twenty-three years with the same man. It’s pretty amazing, “she said In style of her relationship with the director.

‘Well, he’s a romantic partner, a work partner and also a parental partner. I talked to my children about this, “she grumbled while celebrating the 25th anniversary issue.

“Well, he’s a romantic partner, a work partner and also a parent partner,” she grumbled as she adorned the 25-year anniversary song; shown in November

Julianne shared: “I said,” You know, if you want to have a successful career and family, you have to find someone who’s just as interested in that as you and who is willing to share the work with you, because otherwise you can’t Do it. It is too difficult.”

In March the actress also talked about their ‘unexpected’ 16-year marriage.

“It continued, and now we have this huge history together,” she told People.

The jealous type: despite their strong relationship, she admitted that he can become jealous of her love scenes on screen, especially her steamy kiss with Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights in 1997

The jealous type: despite their strong relationship, she admitted that he can become jealous of her love scenes on screen, especially her steamy kiss with Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights in 1997

The jealous type: despite their strong relationship, she admitted that he can become jealous of her love scenes on screen, especially her steamy kiss with Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights in 1997

The film icon added: ‘If you find a person, you have to invest in that person and that relationship. And that is what love is. “

Moore says that marriage is: “a container for a family and therefore legal marriage is important – that anyone can marry, any pair, because it is a way of saying to the world:” I am legally committed to this person and I go make this container for the two of us, and then our children, and our lives together. “

Despite their strong relationship, she admitted that he could become jealous of her love scenes on the screen.

Intended to be: the couple met in Bart's 1997 film The Myth Of Fingerprints in which she played and directed

Intended to be: the couple met in Bart's 1997 film The Myth Of Fingerprints in which she played and directed

Intended to be: The couple met in Bart’s 1997 film The Myth Of Fingerprints in which she played and directed

Last year she revealed Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live that her scripted makeup with Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights in 1997 bothered him the most.

“We were very early in our relationship, so many arguments in the car,” she added, as the couple did not marry until 2003.

Over the past two decades, the couple have made four films together, most recently after The Wedding.

.