They celebrated their second wedding anniversary last week, and George Clooney joked about how critics said his marriage to Amal Alamuddin 'wouldn't last'.
And the couple looked extremely happy together on Tuesday while on the set of the actor's latest project in Los Angeles.
George, 55, is directing upcoming comedy movie Suburbicon, but squeezed in some romantic time with his wife in between scenes.
The actor and the barrister, 38, took a stroll together with their rescue dog Millie, a basset hound, who they adopted last year.
Although it was a casual occasion, Amal as usual looked glamorous.
The lawyer bared her legs in a polka dot top and skirt set, which featured cut-out shoulders.
Amal also wore white heeled ankle boots and large square-framed sunglasses.
Meanwhile George was clad in a T-shirt bearing the logo of his Casamigos Tequila brand, along with casual jeans and battered brown shoes.
Before Amal arrived, the Oscar winner was seen chatting to Joel Coen.
The Coen brothers (Joel and Ethan) are producing Suburbicon and wrote the screenplay for it.
The movie is a mystery set in the 1950s in the quiet town of Suburbicon, and boasts a star-studded cast which includes Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin and Oscar Isaac.
George recently worked with the Coen brothers on O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Intolerable Cruelty, Burn After Reading, and most recently Hail, Caesar!.
The Money Monster star and his wife enjoyed a quiet celebration for their second wedding anniversary on September 27.
Revealing how they marked the special occasion, George joked to E! last week: 'It's very big news. Very, very big celebration—fireworks. OK, I made dinner.'
But he wasn't sure that Amal was entirely impressed with his effort, adding: 'I don't think she's ever quite impressed with my cooking.'
One thing George is sure about, however, is that they have defied all their critics.
He told Entertainment Tonight: 'And they said it wouldn't last. Ah, we proved them wrong.'
By Iona Kirby
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