They are approaching their seven year wedding anniversary.
But Kelsey Grammer, 62, and wife Kayte Walsh, 37, looked like a couple of teenagers on a date as they giggled together in West Hollywood on Friday night, heading to dinner at Craig’s restuarant.
The Frasier star held on to Kayte’s hand, as they strolled leisuring along together, clearly ready to kick-start their weekend.
Friday Feeling! Kelsey Grammer, 62, and wife Kayte Walsh, 37, looked giggly as they kicked off their weekend with a swanky dinner in West Hollywood on Friday evening
The couple, who wed two weeks after the finalization of Kelsey’s third divorce, put on beaming smiles and cosied up to each other, both dressed casually for the meal.
Kayte looked chic yet comfy in a pale pink sweater, with matching heels.
She wore indigo fitted slacks and allowed her flurry of lightly-curled golden locks to fall around her features.
She added a touch of blusher to her cheeks, and smiled as she held on to Kelsey’s arm.
Date night: The couple, who wed two weeks after the finalization of Kelsey’s third divorce, put on beaming smiles and cosied up to each other, both dressed casually for the meal
Happily married: British-born Kayte, a former flight attendant, wed the American star in 2011
The former Cheers star waved and grinned as he walked along with his wife on his arm, looking a little more dressed down.
The dad-of-seven wore jeans and trainers and a comfy polo shirt.
Kelsey walked arm-in-arm with his fourth wife as they made their way through the street.
Virgin Islands-born screen star Kelsey wed British-born Kayte, a former flight attendant, in 2011.
The couple are the proud parents of three young children: Faith, five, Kelsey, three, and one-year-old Auden. Kelsey has four other children from previous relationships.
Beaming pair: The Cheers and Frasier star walked arm-in-arm with fourth wife as they strolled along the street
Casual: The dad-of-seven wore jeans and trainers and a comfy polo shirt
The couple were based in London until recently where Kelsey was making his West End stage debut in the musical Big Fish.
Experimenting with theatre, the star took to the Broadway stage in La Cage aux Folles and Finding Neverland previously.
While Big Fish has now closed, he has expressed an interest in returning to the London stage.
Next week sees the release of the actor’s next project – Guardians of the Tomb, with is an upcoming Chinese-Australian science fiction horror thriller film directed and written by Kimble Rendall.
It is the largest Chinese-Australian co-production to date and is set for a release on January 19.