Danny Dyer stepped out with his wife Joanne Mas to go food shopping, on Monday.
The actor was still sporting his moustache from Rivals filming as he made the very rare appearance with his long-term love.
Danny, 45, kept things casual in a park pair of skinny jeans worn with jeans, and teamed with a black sweater over a plain white tee.
Jo, 46, was equally casually dressed, opting for grey animal print leggings and biker boots, while keeping warm as she wrapped up with a padded longline Gucci coat.
The pair’s trolley was packed to the brim with a wide range of drinks as they left the supermarket before loading up their car.
Real life: Danny Dyer, 45, stepped out with his wife Joanne Mas, 46, to go food shopping, on Monday
Fully loaded: The pair’s trolley was packed to the brim with a wide range of drinks as they left the supermarket before loading up their car
Facial hair: The actor was still sporting his moustache from Rivals filming
Danny and Joanne have been together since 1992, and have three children together Love Island’s Dani, 26, daughter Sunnie, 11, and son Arty, five.
Their on-off relationship was marred with cheating allegations, although they eventually got back together for good and married in 2016.
Last month, Danny said he ‘doesn’t blame’ his wife Joanne Mas for ‘clearing their bank account’ after he cheated on her in 2000.
The actor, who is best known for his role as EastEnders’ pub landlord Mick Carter, recalled the low point and ‘mad moments’ in his life in a new interview.
He explained he had a ‘f*** it button’ and would ‘destroy relationships’ when going through emotional turmoil.
Speaking to The Times, the actor recalled the moment he got caught cheating on Jo in 2000, which resulted in her ‘changing her phone number and clearing their bank account.’
Danny explained that she also stopped him from seeing his eldest daughter Dani and added: ‘I didn’t blame her. It was a mad period. I do now realise what’s important to me are my family. They are everything.
‘I tried to fill it with the drink and drugs and doing stupid things. I was a lost soul. I had a ‘f*** it’ button and I would destroy relationships before I could be left,’ he explained.
Stylish: Danny kept things casual in a park pair of skinny jeans worn with jeans, and teamed with a black sweater over a plain white tee
Casual outing: Jo was equally casually dressed, opting for grey animal print leggings and biker boots, while keeping warm as she wrapped up with a padded longline Gucci coat
Home time: The couple worked as a team to load up the car before heading home
Married life: He made the very rare appearance with his long-term love
Getting it done: The couple dressed casually for their supermarket run
Getting it done: Danny and Joanne were loading up on a variety of beverages
Danny has most recently been filming the new Disney+ drama Rivals, an eight-part adaption of Jilly Cooper’s raunchy 1988 novel, in which he will star as Freddie Jones, a self-made electronics millionaire.
The story is set in 1986 and follows the cut throat world of independent television, including the tense rivalry between Rupert Campbell-Black and Lord Tony Baddingham.
According to Disney+, Rivals is a ‘joyously mischievous rollercoaster ride, steamy in its love stories and packed with larger-than-life characters.’
The streaming service continues that it brings a ‘2020s lens to the 1980s’, offering a ‘raw exploration of a complicated moment in British history when class, race, sex, wealth, and sexual liberation meant that, for the very privileged few, there were no limits to what they could achieve’.