After getting a 2020 Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor, Hugh Jackman decided to have some free time of himself as he went on a beach trip in the Hamptons with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness.
The 51-year-old actor was ready to steal his fans’ hearts as showing his muscular physique in the black swim trunks while playing in the water. He wore a pair of perforated grey slide on sneakers as leaving the beach.
Him and his wife of 24-years both took a deep dip in the blue ocean before coming back to their home sweet home in the Hamptons.
Deborra-Lee donned a black one-piece swimsuit and covered up in grey athletic shorts, mixed with a plain black tee.
The lovely couple wore matching shoes but they separated as shoes for men and women. Deborra protected herself from the sun with a cowboy hat and pink circle sunglasses. They also brought their pet dogs outside to the beach to enjoy some outdoor sunlight.
The Australian actor told The Hollywood Reporter that his delighted celebrations turned into a party of excitement when he found out he’d been nominated for his role as Frank Tassone in the crime drama.
“I’m feeling very blessed and humbled. I’m grateful to be part of a film that you love doing that people seem to respond to and then you get a nomination. It’s just all icing on the cake. It meant a lot!” he said.
Hugh said in a statement: “I’m humbled by the nominations for both me and the film and excited to be named with such a talented group of actors.”
“My immense appreciation goes out to all those who believed in Bad Education – especially the hardworking team at HBO.” the X-Men star added.
Hugh Jackman continued his celebrations on social media, where he posted a clip of Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds sending him congratulating on the Emmy nomination.
Earlier this month, Hugh Jackman revealed he was homesick and kinda feel like wanting to head back to Australia, after a long-time of lockdown in New York city.
Deborra and their children, Oscar and Ava, in the meantime, were staying in Melbourne, Australia when the pandemic stroke in March.
“No one really knew what was going on… it was all a bit of a shock,” Hugh shared after receiving the advice to return to his home in America before the borders closed because of safety reasons.