Sam and Lara Worthington travelled to Sydney to promote his new Stan film Transfusion. The couple were joined by their three young sons at Sydney Airport on Friday. Sam, 46, and Lara, 35, both wore all-black ensembles, with the Avatar: The Way of Water actor going with a T-shirt and cargo pants.
When Sam and Lara Worthington wrangled their three young sons through check-in at Sydney Airport on Friday, they appeared frazzled.
The couple appeared to have their hands full as they lugged their bags through the terminal and watched over their active youngsters. They had travelled to Sydney for a brief period of time so that Sam could promote his new Stan film Transfusion.
Sam, 46, and his 35-year-old model wife both wore all-black ensembles, with the Avatar: The Way of Water actor going with a T-shirt and baggy cargo pants.
As he gathered the five-person family’s several suitcases and bags, he completed the casual ensemble with a pair of combat boots and sunglasses. Lara, in contrast, wore a loose pair of trousers, a grey shirt, and an oversized leather jacket.
Lara Worthington Carries An $8,000 Handbag
She put on a pair of black trainers, sunglasses, and her diamond-encrusted wedding band, just like her famous Hollywood spouse. She complemented her appearance with a $8,250 Bottega Veneta handbag.
Lara went without a drop of makeup and allowed her natural beauty shine through. Sam watched over their sons Rocket, age six, Racer, age four, and River, age one, while she took care of the rest of the luggage. Following an interview on The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Friday, Sam provided a rare glimpse into his family life with Lara and their three kids.
Kyle inquired after his old buddy Lara and made an intriguing comment about the renowned couple after Sam mentioned his wife. Both of you have not aged. Is there a special Hollywood serum you employ? he questioned. “I feel like I’m ageing,” Sam answered. “Lara is ageing backwards like Benjamin Button,” someone said.
Australian model and media personality Lara Worthington. Where the holy hell are you? She is well recognised for featuring in the 2006 Tourism Australia advertising campaign. Being Lara Bingle, her own reality television programme, made its Network Ten debut in June 2012 and ran for one season.
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