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- Matt Damon looked so pumped when he and his wife Luciana Barroso enjoyed the sunshine in Brion Bay, Australia, after two weeks of self-isolation in a luxury mansion
Matt Damon looked so pumped when he and his wife Luciana Barroso enjoyed the sunshine in Brion Bay, Australia, after two weeks of self-isolation in a luxury mansion
50-year-old Matt Damon looked fit when he spent a day with his family on January 30! The actor who starred in The Bourne Identity has just completed a two-week quarantine period with his wife Luciana Barroso, 45, and their three daughters: Isabella, 14 years, Jia, 12 years old, and Stella, 10 years old, in Australia, where he is going to shoot the sequel to the sequel "Thor: Love and Thunder" (scheduled to premiere in 2022). Matt and his family were spotted meeting Chris Hemsworth's wife Elsa Pataky, 44, and their twin sons Tristan and Sasha, 6 - see the photos below.
Matt looked happy, rested and relaxed when he was in the gorgeous Byron Bay, where Chris and Elsa live in a $ 20 million mansion. The company headed to the Lennox Beach Playground, where the kids had fun on the swing! At one point, Matt, who was wearing an Old King's Poker Club T-shirt, shorts and sunglasses, even helped the kids put on the splint. One of Chris and Elsa's twins sat cheerfully on Matt's daughter's lap while the elder Isabella watched him.
Dressed in coral shorts, yellow crop top and hat, Luciana and Elsa also enjoyed a girly getaway while walking barefoot. For her part, Luciana wore a purple floral sleeveless dress and held on to a brown paper shopping bag. The brunette also had a side bag for some things, and her eyes were covered with designer sunglasses.
Matt and Luciana completed a two-week quarantine at the AirBnB mansion, which reportedly cost $ 7,000 a night. This luxury villa, inspired by a French castle, overlooks the ocean and includes a swimming pool, tennis courts and four bedrooms. The family flew to the country on a private jet and then isolated at home, where they also underwent security, food and regular medical examinations in accordance with Australia's strict COVID-19 coronavirus regulations.