Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic enjoy some romantic alone time in picturesque Queenstown
Karl Stefanovic and Ally Langdon are currently hosting the Today show in New Zealand.
But on Sunday, Karl, 46, got to enjoy some romantic alone time with his wife Jasmine in picturesque Queenstown, New Zealand.
Uploading a photo to her Instagram, Jasmine and Karl appear enamored as they drink in the surrounds of the stunning location.
So sweet! Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic [both pictured] enjoyed some alone time as they soaked up the picturesque views in Queenstown on Sunday
‘Beautiful weekend in Queenstown! Thank you for having us we loved it,’ she wrote.
In the photo, Karl and Jasmine are seen sitting on a stone wall as they soak up the South Island town’s amazing views of the Southern Alps.
Jasmine wore minimal makeup for the picture, which included a light layer of foundation and a slick of pink lipstick.
Double dates: On Saturday, Jasmine shared a photo of the couple dining alongside Karl’s Today show co-host Ally Langdon and her husband Michael Willesee [right]
Meanwhile, Karl kept warm in a black jacket and trousers and completed his look wearing a long scarf.
On Saturday, Jasmine shared a photo of the couple dining alongside Karl’s Today show co-host Ally Langdon and her husband Michael Willesee.
In the photo, both couples can be seen smiling as they patiently waited for their meals, while enjoying glasses of what appeared to be red and white wines.
Trip away: The couple have been in New Zealand since Thursday. Pictured, Karl (left) and Jasmine (right)
The Today show team jetted off to New Zealand on Thursday after the Covid-19 pandemic halted travel for more than a year.
The breakfast show’s visit overseas marks the first time Today has ventured away from Nine’s North Sydney headquarters since their ill-fated trip to the Gold Coast in February.
During that excursion, Ally injured herself badly during a pre-recorded hydrofoiling segment and was out of commission for a month.
Back on the road: The breakfast show’s visit to New Zealand marks the first time Today has ventured away from Nine’s North Sydney headquarters since their ill-fated trip to the Gold Coast in February