Hugh Grant and his wife Anna Eberstein took a trip down memory lane on Saturday as they enjoyed a meal at Colbert Restaurant in Chelsea.
After eating at the restaurant after their 2018 wedding ceremony, Hugh, 60, and Anna, 41, felt nostalgic as they dressed up for their date night.
The actor wore a blue shirt, which was buttoned slightly open, and dark trousers while his wife wore the same shirt but paired her look with chic minis and espadrilles on the thighs.
Memory lane: Hugh Grant and his wife Anna Eberstein looked great as they enjoyed a meal at Colbert Restaurant in Chelsea – where they dined on their wedding day
To complete the look, Hugh opted for a pair of brown suede shoes – and he was later spotted wearing a black jumper over his shirt.
His Swedish wife wore a long-legged dress, wearing a white three-quarter sleeve shirt and a navy blue button-down denim skirt.
She increased her height with wedged leg-tie sandals that matched the color of her skirt. Anna carried a small bag and styled her caramel hair.
Dinner date: The actor is wearing a blue shirt and his Swedish wife is wearing a three-legged, white shirt with three-quarter sleeves.
The couple married in 2018 at Chelsea’s registry office near their home in west London for £10 million.
Their trip down memory lane came after Hugh hit back on internet claims that he only married Anna ‘for passport reasons’.
The star found the claim listed as part of a Google search last month and, taking issue with it, set an immediate record on Twitter.
Shooting back, Hugh insists that the reason why he and his wife tied the knot was because of ‘love’.
Smart pairing: Hugh completed the look with a pair of brown suede shoes and Anna accentuated her height with wedge-tie sandals.
He shared a screenshot of the search results for his wife Anna’s full name, which gave rise to an online article, published by the Nicki Swift website in December 2020, claiming he married Anna for ‘passport reasons’.
Actor Bridget Jones’s Diary married for the first time three years ago and the article quoted him as stating in an interview with USA Today that he and Anna believed marriage was a ‘quite preposterous social construct’, before discussing their different names in their passports. .
Happy couple: The couple married in 2018 at the Chelsea registry office near their home in West London for £10 million
Hugh, who has three children with TV producer Anna, said of discussing marriage: “I don’t like going through immigration to countries where they’ll say, ‘Everyone with a Grant passport is here, and everything else goes through there. “
‘[Anna] go through with the nanny. It all seems wrong.’
However, Hugh – who previously dated Elizabeth Hurley – is now adamant that he is not actually married for practical reasons and married for love.
Says: The couple’s journey down memory lane came after Hugh’s husband hit back on internet claims he only married her ‘for passport reasons’
After finding a screenshot of the search, Hugh shared it via Twitter and replied: ‘No I didn’t, @internet. I married him because I loved him.’
It didn’t stop there, Hugh was later seen replying to someone joking that he had ‘forgotten’ his wife and needed to Google her.
They tweeted in response to Hugh: ‘Has Hugh Grant forgotten who his wife is and had to Google her?’
Again, dispelling the confusion, Hugh emphatically replied: ‘No. A friend sent it to me.’
Spin: Hugh also seen replying after someone joked that he had ‘forgotten’ wife Anna and needed to Google her