Golden Globe winner Aaron Taylor-Johnson and his wife Sam dined with a female friend at sushi restaurant Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills on Thursday. At 55, the Cannes Palme d’Or nominee is 23 years older than her husband, and she was dressed in a blue seersucker tunic, matching wide-leg pants, and black peep-toe wedges.

In honor of their 10th wedding anniversary on June 21, the May-December duo decided to renew their ‘vows and confess our love in front of our nearest and dearest friends and family.’

Aaron dressed his fit 5ft11in form in a black Polo shirt tucked into faded black jeans, and he wore tasseled loafers for their fancy meal out. The British pair’s mystery gal pal looked thrilled while embracing Taylor-Johnson  in the parking lot as they all waited for their cars at the valet.

‘It was a magical unforgettable day and the sun did not stop shining on us both,’ Aaron gushed on Instagram. The Taylor-Johnsons are parents of two daughters  Wylda Rae, 12; and Romy Hero, 10 and the Solos producer-director has two older daughters Angelica, 25; and Jessie, 16  from her 11-year marriage to art dealer Jay Jopling, which ended in 2008.

The King’s Man action star was famously only 18 in 2009 when Sam (born Samantha Taylor-Wood) cast him as John Lennon in her feature directorial debut, Nowhere Boy.

Meanwhile, Aaron will soon fly to Switzerland to attend the 75th Annual Locarno Film Festival, which will honor him with 2022 Excellence Award Davide Campari next Wednesday.

On July 11, Taylor-Johnson announced she was selected to helm her ‘dream movie’ – Studiocanal’s fully-authorized biopic on Grammy winner Amy Winehouse who died, age 27, in 2011 of alcohol poisoning. 

Previous recipients include Ethan Hawke, Mathieu Kassovitz, Edward Norton, John Malkovich, Juliette Binoche, Isabelle Huppert, and Laetitia Casta. Taylor-Johnson and director David Leitch will also present a screening of their Japan-set thriller Bullet Train, which hits US/UK theaters this Friday.

The Calls actor portrays British assassin Tangerine in the mostly whitewashed big-screen adaptation of Kōtarō Isaka’s 2021 novel.

The ensemble action flick also stars Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Joey King, Michael Shannon, Bad Bunny, Zazie Beetz, Masi Oka, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, and Karen Fukuhara.

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