Michael Caine, 86, leaves restaurant hand-in-hand with stunning wife Shakira, 72, as they enjoy a date night
They tied the knot in 1973 and actor Michael Caine and his wife Shakira looked every inch the iconic power couple as they headed out on Tuesday night.
The legendary actor, 86, and his wife Shakira, 72, stepped out in style as they left The Ivy Restaurant in Chelsea after a late night out at the famous eatery.
Michael looked charming as he made his way out of the restaurant, wearing a stylish leather looking jacket.
Hand-in-hand: Michael Caine, 86, and his wife Shakira, 72, stepped out in style as they left The Ivy Restaurant in Chelsea after a late night out on Tuesday
He suffered from an unfortunate ankle injury when he slipped on some ice in February last year.
And Michael Caine resorted to using his walking stick once again as he emerged from The Ivy in London on Tuesday night.
Shakira also looked incredible in a smart green blazer and tailored black trouser ensemble which showcased her flair for fashion.
The couple, who have been married for 45 years and share daughter Natasha Haleema, were at ease in each other's company as Shakira led her husband out of the London hotspot.
Power couple: Michael looked charming as he left the restaurant, wearing a stylish leather looking jacket whilst Shakira looked sensational in a smart green blazer and tailored trousers
The Oscar winner continues to appear on the big screen, most recently starring in 2018 film, King of Thieves.
The popular crime film was based on the true story of a group of retired crooks who pulled off a huge jewellery heist in London's Hatton Garden jewellery district.
Directed by James Marsh, the film featured an incredible cast including Sir Michael , Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Charlie Cox, Jim Broadbent, Paul Whitehouse and Ray Winstone.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, film distributors told Cannes Film Festival that Michael is set to take on the role of a 'miserable author' in upcoming film Best Sellers, with production set to commence this July in Canada.
'Best Sellers follows an ambitious young editor who goes on a wild book tour with a miserable, sharp-witted, has-been author (Caine) who just wants to live out his days in peace with a bottle of scotch, a cigar and his orange tabby cat'.
They reported that Mark Damon from Foresight Unlimited told media at Cannes: 'Caine weaves a character that is hilarious in its rage, yet so touching in its vulnerability'.
Big screen: Michael Caine starring in King of Thieves, based on the true story of a group of retired crooks who pull off a huge jewellery heist in London's Hatton Garden jewellery district (film still)