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Jeff Goldblum and Emilie Livingston remain the paparazzi’s darlings

Actor Jeff Goldblum and his wife Emilie Livingston continue to make fashion headlines almost half-a-decade into their marriage.

The couple was spotted rocking matching patterned-floral shirts recently near a restaurant named Craig’s in West Hollywood, California.

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The couple were also commended in the fashion community back in February, when Goldblum won the Haig Club Icon award at the annual GQ Men of the Year awards ceremony, sporting eye-popping outfits that stood at opposite ends of the spectrum from one another but yet seemed to compliment one another’s visual aesthetic.

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The couple, aged 66 and 36 respectively, married back in 2015, and have two sons together – River Joe and Charlie Ocean.

Of course, Goldblum is no stranger to the limelight.

The actor is going through a period of resurgent fame, with his role in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok as the quirky, yet devious Grandmaster earning him plaudits from critics and fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe alike. Goldblum had experienced a similar run of success with yesteryear action-blockbusters in the form of the Jurassic Park franchise and space-invasion drama Independence Day, also starring Will Smith, in his heyday back in the late 90s. This was before he took a sabbatical away from intense media scrutiny, finding solace instead in his childhood vocation of jazz music, even playing professionally for a period of time.

Livingston, his wife, is Canadian and a classically-trained ballet dancer who also practiced professional rhythmic gymnastics back in the late 90s and early 2000s, even representing her country at Sydney Olympics, while she won Gold at the 1999 Winnipeg Pan-American Games.

The couple was reported to have met in Livingston’s gymnasium back in 2014 and soon tied the knot after Goldblum sought and completed psychotherapy about his previous two marriages the same year.

There are currently no reported projects in-line for Goldblum, although he did make a brief appearance as God himself for an episode of Syfy’s black-comedy Happy! Earlier this year.