PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Goldie Hawn, 76, wows in a patterned smock dress as she enjoys a romantic stroll with Kurt Russell, 71, through picturesque Ravello
They recently soaked up the sun during speedboating trip in Greece.
And Goldie Hawn, 76, and Kurt Russell, 71, proved that their fun wasn’t over just yet as they continued on their trip to Palazzo Avino in Ravello, Italy on Saturday.
The Hollywood couple looked a happy as ever as they enjoyed a leisurely stroll through the picturesque streets, with Goldie slipping into a stunning patterned smock dress.
The actress showed off her incredibly youthful figure as she flashed her toned legs in the floaty number, that she teamed with layered pearl necklaces.
She wore her blonde tresses swept up from her face in a ponytail and drew focus to her bright blue eyes by applying black eyeliner.
Goldie completed her summery look by adding a pair of gold hoop earrings and slipping into some practical tan sandals for their outing.
Meanwhile, Kurt opted for more casual attire as he donned a khaki T-shirt with navy trousers and a grey baseball cap.
The couple were beaming as they were joined by a hotel porter, with Goldie wrapping her arms around the mans shoulders as they walked.
They appeared to be having the time of their lives and even stopped for photos with the staff and a passerby.
Goldie and Kurt share son Wyatt, 35, and Kurt helped raise Goldie’s daughter Kate, 42, and son Oliver, 45, from her previous marriage to actor Bill Hudson, 72.
In 2018, they co-starred in Netflix’s The Christmas Chronicles film series, playing Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, and went on to reprise their roles in the 2020 sequel The Christmas Chronicles 2.
In a recent interview with E! News, Goldie admitted: ‘The secret to my romance is separate bathrooms.’
She also revealed: ‘The best piece of parenting advice I gave Kate was to learn from the mistakes I made.’
The outing comes after Goldie opened up about politics that surround Hollywood in an interview with The Daily Wire.
Megyn Kelly gave her own opinions on how she believes Middle America takes Hollywood’s messages as she interviewed screen star Goldie.
‘I think it’s why it drives people crazy when Hollywood tries to act holier than thou and starts lecturing middle America about morality and so on,’ she said.
‘And you know, these people sitting in Iowa who have never done any, they’ve never tried to put someone on a casting couch … They’re like, you could save your lectures for somebody else.’
Goldie agreed with the former Fox News anchor saying, ‘That’s right, exactly. And the idea that … I do have a feeling about keeping — Okay, how do I say this?
‘A lot of Hollywood has a lot of missions, right? And you know, you want to put your name onto something that you believe in, but it doesn’t make a difference. And that’s the reality.’
Goldie continued: ‘I stay in my lane. The reality is, is that if we want to do anything, we want to do it for all people, not just for a group or whatever.’
‘What makes polarity even more is creating teams on either side of the aisle. And I don’t think that’s what we do. I think we entertain. I think we bring awareness to people, just of their ability to laugh, to have joy, to experience it, to cry.
‘We are emotional beings and create emotion in others. And it’s in this case, I think we’re in service.’