Andrew Garfield kept it casual in a green beanie as he met a friend to do some shopping in London on Wednesday.
The actor, 40, met up with a friend outside of Percival, a menswear shop based in Hackney, and gave him a warm hug.
Andrew wore a grey jumper with off-white trousers and a large brown coat which he wore unbuttoned.
He wore Gucci trainers and carried his phone tightly in one hand as he made his way to his mystery pal who wore a white jumper and dark blue jeans.
The Spider-Man star couldn’t contain his joy at seeing his old mate again.
Andrew Garfield, 40, kept it casual in a green beanie and a warm coat as he met a friend to do some shopping in London on Wednesday
The actor met up with a friend outside of Percival, a menswear shop based in Hackney, and gave him a warm hug
Andrew wore a grey jumper with off-white trousers and a large brown coat which he wore unbuttoned
Andrew’s last film appearance was in 2021 when he appeared in Spider-Man: No Way Home, reprising his role as the web-slinger for the first time in seven years.
He is due to return to the silver screen in romance film We Live In Time alongside Florence Pugh.
Andrew came under fire in April when he was accused of shouting at residents who were watching him and Florence film.
In between these films, Andrew starred in Hulu true crime drama Under The Banner Of Heaven, which also starred Rory Culkin.
Andrew opened up in 2022 about the pressures he has been facing to settle down.
He admitted he struggled with societal expectations and the guilt he faced when his mum died in 2019, without meeting any grandchildren.
Andrew is notoriously private about his romantic life and began dating Emma Stone in 2011 while they filmed The Amazing Spider-Man.
They quietly split in 2015 and since then, Andrew has dated Rita Ora and American model Alyssa Miller.
Andrew portrayed Marvel’s Spider-Man from 2012 to 2014 alongside Emma Stone (pictured) before returning to the role in 2021 for Spider-Man: No Way Home
Andrew shocked fans with his vocal abilities in 2021 with Tick, Tick … Boom! a film adaptation of the play of the same name
Andrew rose to fame in 2010 with his portrayal of Eduardo Saverin, the co-founder of Facebook, in The Social Network.
In 2012 he became the second Marvel Spider-Man, taking over from Tobey Maguire, and starred in The Amazing Spider-Man.
This was followed by The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which came out in 2014, then Andrew passed the baton onto Tom Holland who first appeared as the superhero in Captain America: Civil War in 2016.
Andrew shocked fans with his vocal abilities in 2021 with Tick, Tick … Boom! a film adaptation of the play of the same name, also starring Vanessa Hudgens.